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.
Automate your feedback loops using
feedbackby Tom Sydney Kerckhove
This post announces
feedback, a tool to help you and your team set up and maintain feedback loops.
DataKinds Are Not What You Think by Vladislav Zavialov
DataKindslanguage extension doesn’t work the way you think it does… probably.
Staged programming with typeclasses by Thomas Bagrel
This is what we are going to do in this blog post: passing statically-known arguments at the type level.
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The 30th Netherlands Functional Programming Day
The Netherlands Functional Programming Day (a.k.a. FP Dag) is an annual gathering of researchers, students, and practitioners sharing a common interest in functional programming.
Episode 18: Matthias Pall Gissurarson & Jimmy Koppel by The Haskell Interlude
In this episode Matthias Pall Gissurarson & Jimmy Koppel are interviewed by Wouter Swierstra and Niki Vazou. They talk about program synthesis, typed holes, program repair, and generating properties using a new technique called ECTAs.
FOSDEM 2023 Haskell devroom - Call for Participation by Fraser Tweedale
I am thrilled to announce that the 2023 edition of FOSDEM, Europe’s largest free software conference, will feature a Haskell devroom (specialist track). The Call for Participation is open now, until 2022-11-28.
Haskell Foundation DevOps Weekly Update, 2022-11-16 by Bryan Richter
Unfortunately this one is very slim. I found it difficult to concentrate on my main task, the migration of gitlab-storage and its services, for two reasons.
An Unusual Application for Dijkstra by Monday Morning Haskell
Today will be the final write-up for a 2021 Advent of Code problem. It will also serve as a capstone for the work on Dijkstra’s algorithm I did back in the summer!
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-listby Andrew Lelechenko
Modern lightweight library for infinite lists with fusion.
notebookby 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-easyby 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