Issue 226 2020-08-27
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.
Copilot 3 by Ivan Perez
This paper presents Copilot 3, a runtime verification framework for real-time embedded systems. Additionally, it describes the framework’s architecture and its implementation as a Domain Specific Language (DSL) embedded in Haskell.
LiquidHaskell is a GHC Plugin by Ranjit Jhala
By virtue of being a GHC plugin, LH can now: Run on entire Haskell packages; Export and import specifications across packages; Provide errors via existing GHC/i based editor tooling.
Season finale: Dhall documentation generator by German Robayo
This is my last post and final report as part of GSoC 2020, working on the Dhall documentation generator.
Some More List Algorithms by Donnacha Oisín Kidney
I thought I would quickly throw out some fun snippets of Haskell I had reason to write over the past couple of weeks.
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At Nova we use Haskell to create and simulate mechanistic models of diseases and treatments like cellular pathways, the immune system or tumor growth among others. We are currently building Jinko, a SaaS platform, and are looking for developers passionate about Science and coding to join us.
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Hacking on PKF files by Ramón Soto Mathiesen
In this talk I will showcase how i have been able to create some tools that will ease data updates of these awesome games in an almost no time and letting the computer do all the work.
My goal is to support row and column spans for reading and writing for both of the formats.
HIW Lightning Talk Submission by ICFP
Here we invite Haskell implementors to share work-in-progress, project ideas, and other short talks of relevance to the venue.
Show & tell
- generic-match by Samuel Schlesinger
A library to generalize the either and maybe combinators from base to work with any type with an instance of Generic.