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Issue 342 2022-11-17

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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.

Featured

Jobs

  • Move Your Career Forward Developing Haskell at an AI Startup (Remote) (ad)

    Subtle Medical has a very successful product offering and contracts in hand, but the company needs additional help delivering on all those contracts. If you might be interested in developing Haskell to provide the tools to accelerate delivery and thereby contribute prominently to the company’s success, then we’d love to start a conversation. If you’re reading this, then you’re already the kind of person that we want to talk to.

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In brief

Show & tell

  • Copilot version 3.12 by Ivan Perez

    Copilot is a stream-based DSL for writing and monitoring embedded C programs, with an emphasis on correctness and hard realtime requirements.

  • Flat version 0.6 by Pasqualino Assini

    Reference implementation of flat, a principled and efficient binary serialization format.

  • Fourmolu version 0.9 by Brandon Chinn

    Just noticed that I forgot to make an announcement for Fourmolu 0.8. If you haven’t been keeping up, lots of exciting new features in both Fourmolu 0.8 and 0.9.

  • infinite-list by Andrew Lelechenko

    Modern lightweight library for infinite lists with fusion.

  • notebook by Pasqualino Assini

    Have you ever felt a pang of jealousy for Python programmers and their cool data science Jupyter notebooks? Suffer no more.

  • Quickstrom version 0.5 by Oskar Wickström

    Quickstrom is an autonomous testing tool for the web. It can find problems in any type of web application that renders to the DOM.

  • sqlite-easy by Gil Mizrahi

    I’ve published a new package named sqlite-easy. It’s not much of an original content as much as it’s a basic wrapper around some functionality of direct-sqlite, migrant-core, and resource-pool.

Call for participation