Issue 345 2022-12-08
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.
The unreasonable effectiveness of polymorphic records by Clément Delafargue
An exploration of patterns made possible by polymorphic records in Haskell.
Competitive programming in Haskell: Infinite 2D array, Level 1 by Brent Yorgey
In my previous post, I challenged you to solve Infinite 2D Array using Haskell.
Day 7 - File System Shaving by Monday Morning Haskell
Our input is a series of file system commands that list the directories and files (with their sizes) on a computer.
Delimiter-first code by Alex Rogozhnikov
I argue for wider usage of delimiter-first in the code. A new top-level syntax for programming languages is proposed to show advantages of this method.
Haskell Foundation October and November 2022 Update by David Christiansen
The Haskell Error Index and Stack now support each other! This means that after the next release, Stack errors such as malformed stack.yaml files will report an error code that can be looked up for specific documentation.
Higher-orderness is first-order interaction by Yann Hamdaoui
We will review the example of higher-order contracts in this post. We will also present direct application of interactive semantics in the design and the implementation of programming languages.
Solving Rock-Paper-Scissors In Type-Level Haskell by Abhinav Sarkar
Let’s solve part 1 of today’s Advent of Code challenge “Rock Paper Scissors” in type-level Haskell.
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Episode 19: Marc Scholten by The Haskell Interlude
In this episode Marc Scholten is interviewed by Andres Löh and Joachim Breitner. They talk about the Integrated Haskell Platform web framework (IHP), implicit parameters and nix.
GHC+DH Weekly Update #1, 2022-12-07 by Vladislav Zavialov
Hi all, it’s time for the first weekly update on the implementation of dependent types in GHC.
GHC WebAssembly Weekly Update, 2022-12-07 by Cheng Shao
Haskell Foundation DevOps Weekly Update, 2022-12-07 by Bryan Richter
This was a short week due to observance of Finland’s Independence Day. I focused on CI stability.
This is your opportunity to ask any questions you feel don’t deserve their own threads, no matter how small or simple they might be!
Show & tell
- fourmolu version 0.10 by Brandon Chinn
Fourmolu is an opinionated, yet configurable formatter for Haskell code. The biggest feature in this release is support for GHC 9.4.