Issue 187 2019-11-28
Welcome to another issue of Haskell Weekly! Haskell is a safe, purely functional programming language with a fast, concurrent runtime. This is a weekly summary of what’s going on in its community.
Convolutional Neural Networks Tutorial by Bogdan Penkovsky
Convolutional neural network is one of the most important deep learning architectures, it was even called the “master algorithm” in computer vision. To gain better understanding of the algorithm, today we are going to implement convolutional neural networks in Haskell on top of massiv, multi-dimensional arrays library.
Automatic Testing of Haskell Projects with Travis CI by George Wilson
Every time you push a commit, a free service called Travis CI will compile your code and run any test suites you have.
Faster Winter 7: The Zipper by Joachim Breitner
The last bit of performance could be considered a domain-specific optimization, as one might describe it as “introducing a control stack to the interpreter”.
The Haskell Development Environment by Levi Notik
The three components we’ll be discussing are the Glasgow Haskell Compiler, otherwise known as GHC, Cabal, and Stack.
Keeping Compilation Fast by Matt Parsons
You’re a Haskell programmer, which means you complain about compilation times.
A list of Haskell articles on good design, good testing by William Yao
I’ve put together a list of community blog posts and articles on the theme of building more correct programs.
Low-Tech AST Extensibility with Extension Patterns by Sandy Maguire
Today I want to share a common pattern I’ve been using for extending AST-like data structures that I don’t own.
Moments in time by Type Classes
Here we demonstrate getting the current time, comparing two moments in time, and converting between a few different timestamp representations.
Nix recipes for Haskellers by Sridhar Ratnakumar
The goal of this article is to get you comfortable managing simple Haskell programs and projects using the Nix package manager without going too much into the details.
Table of Contents in Hakyll by Vaclav Svejcar
In this blog post, I’ll demonstrate how to implement simple table of contents for blog posts, that can be easily customized to your specific needs.
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Glasgow Haskell Compiler 8.10.1-alpha1 released by Ben Gamari
The GHC team is happy to announce the availability of the first alpha release in the GHC 8.10 series.
Modelling the World of Blade Runner with Haskell’s Type System by Tom Chambrier
Let’s model a simplified demography of the fictional Blade Runner universe with algebraic data types.
Package of the week
This week’s package of the week is
advent-of-code-api, a library that imlpements Haskell bindings for the Advent of Code REST API.