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.
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The GHC team is pleased to announce the availability of GHC 8.4.2. This release is a bug-fix release, fixing numerous regressions and bugs present in GHC 8.4.1.
We are happy to announce the 17 projects that have been accepted to participate in Google Summer of Code 2018 for the Haskell.org project. We would like to thank Google for organizing the program, all students who applied for the quality proposals of course the mentors for volunteering to guide the projects!
Funflow is a system for building and running workflows. It’s a system we’ve been working on for the last few months with a small number of clients. In this blog post we’ll talk about what workflows are, why we built Funflow, and what we’d like to do with it in the future.
However, despite my enchantment with the beautiful theory — and especially it’s connections with category theory — it took a while before the promise of these abstraction really paid off. And pay off it did.
Below, I have collected several examples of “uncanny” Haskell. These are things that may be surprising to those who have learned the language merely by doing.
In this final post about my text adventure engine, I’ll describe how I updated the state of the game world and how to use the HaskellAdventure game engine to create a full text adventure game.
Wherever there are manual steps in our development process, we’re likely to forget something. This will almost always come around to bite us at some point. In this article, we’ll see how we can automate our development workflow using Circle CI.
Given two integer numbers describing an n by m graph, where n represents the height and m represents the width, calculate the number of ways you can get from the top left to the bottom right if you can only go right and down.
In a previous article you learned how there’s a strong relationship between the Composite design pattern and monoids. In this article you’ll see that the Null Object pattern is essentially a special case of the Composite pattern.
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- Webinar: Practical property testing in Haskell
- Stackage nightly 2018-04-23 with GHC 8.4.2
- GHC status report: April 2018
- Functional Geekery episode 122: Brian Troutwine
Package of the week
This week’s package of the week is Hspec, a testing framework inspired by Ruby’s RSpec library.
Call for participation
- April 26: Seriously, the Haskell Type Checker is Your Friend
- April 27-29: BayHac 2018 in San Francisco, California, United States
- April 30: Building Haskell projects with Nix in London, United Kingdom
- May 1: Learn Haskell Hands-on in Auckland, New Zealand
- May 2: Haskell Learners’ Group in Seattle, Washington, United States
- May 3: Haskell talk in St. Louis, Missouri, United States
- May 7: Auckland FP Meetup: Functional Reactive Programming in TypeScript; followed by Property testing made simple(r) in Clojure in Auckland, New Zealand