Haskell Weekly


Issue 198 2020-02-13

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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.



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In brief

  • Announcing generic-optics (& generic-lens by Csongor Kiss

    generic-optics is essentially a port of generic-lens that is compatible with optics, and is designed to be a drop-in replacement for generic-lens.

  • arduino-copilot combinators by Joey Hess

    It’s feeling like I’m laying the keystone on this project. It’s all about the combinators now.

  • Dhall Survey Results (2019-2020) by Gabriella Gonzalez

    The main thing I concluded from the survey feedback is that people want us to focus on ease of integration, especially language bindings, and especially Python language bindings.

  • Farewell by Dave Laing

    The three year partnership with the Queensland Government as part of its Advance Queensland Initiative is now coming to a close.

  • Haskell for impatient Scala developer: Getting into speed by Michał Sitko

    If you’re reading this I am assuming you are a Scala developer and you want to learn some Haskell.

Show & tell

  • Combinatris by Dirk van Deun

    A bit like Tetris, only with SKI combinators instead of coloured blocks!

  • jijo by Monadfix

    Bidirectional JSON serialization.

  • sudokuhs

    A sudoku game written in Haskell!

Call for participation