Issue 373 2023-06-22
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.
Haskell Puzzles by Jasper Van der Jeugt
You are given some Haskell tokens and a goal term, and you need to rearrange the tokens into an expression that produces the goal.
Incorporating BibTeX into Hakyll by Tony Zorman
When writing a blog post that feels academic—or pretentious—enough to invoke the need for citations, having them automatically generated feels like a mandatory requirement.
Keelung Compiler is Now Open Source by BTQ Research
Keelung is a programming language specifically designed for creating fast, private and secure zero-knowledge programs, enabling developers to easily generate reliable proofs without cryptographic expertise.
Vote on the future of r/haskell by Taylor Fausak
After a week of being private, I am opening r/haskell in read-only mode. I am also starting a poll to see what the community would like to do.
Weekend Project: Voronoi Mosaics by Chris Smith
My employer, Groq, gave us a three day weekend for Juneteenth, so I decided to use the time for a fun weekend programming project.
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Competitive Programming in Haskell: two more DP challenges by Brent Yorgey
Continuing the series on dynamic programming, I just have a couple challenge problems for you today.
Episode 28: Richard Eisenberg by The Haskell Interlude
Richard is currently a language designer at Jane Street, he is the chair of the board at the Haskell Foundation and known for his work on the GHC compiler.
Haskell Certification by Serokell
Demonstrate your Haskell knowledge and gain recognition in the field with Serokell’s Haskell certification program.
Haskell Foundation DevOps Weekly Log, 2023-06-21 by Bryan Richter
Happy summer solstice!
Show & tell
Ninety-Nine Haskell Problems by Yoo Chung
This is a list of Ninety-Nine Haskell Problems. Each problem is provided a skeleton where you can implement your own solutions.
templette by Brandon Chinn