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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Here’s a look back at Haskell Weekly in 2017, including subscriber statistics, popular links, and the first annual state of Haskell survey.
An enourmous amount of questions began to appear in my head while I read tutorials and documentation. Here I present some of the questions and the insights I got that solved them.
There’s a unifying theme to a lot of my Haskell style, and it is this: be explicit and use names.
In this blog post we will show an example of how we can use Docker to build Haskell applications which we then ship inside Docker images.
I have recently discovered Docker’s new multi-stage build feature. This has been a great help in answering my question of how to reduce the size of my Haskell images for deploying, as the main Haskell image on Docker Hub is over 1GB before you start adding things.
As we scale-out our Haskell team at Vacation Labs, we’re faced with the challenge of on-boarding beginners and enabling them to contribute to our Haskell code-base as quickly as possible.
When I first glimpsed into the FP world, I recall thinking: Immutable data structures? That sounds really limiting. Then I saw the FP people talking about linked lists all the time, which only intensified that concern.
We don’t use hierarchies of objects to abstract work away. But Haskell is also heavily driven by its type system. So of course we still define our own data types in Haskell!
OpenCL provides a way to interface with GPUs, CPUs, and other hardware to perform portable parallel processing. Over the last few weeks, I’ve found that Haskell has good support for OpenCL.
In this short post I wanted to go through a wall I ran into (head first) and how I eventually was told how to run around it instead.
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- AWS via Haskell part 1: DynamoDB
- Dropped packages following LTS 10
- Functor optics
- Introduction to singletons: Part 1
- Summer of Haskell: Call for ideas for 2018
- Template Haskell tutorial
Package of the week
This week’s package of the week is csv-conduit, a flexible, fast, Conduit-based CSV parser library.
Call for participation
- extensible-effects: Remove usage of deprecated
- ghcid: Add timestamp to “All good” message
stack setup --verboseshould also cause verbose output of GHC configure process if possible
- December 28: Las Vegas Functional Programming User Group: Functional Programming Meetup
- January 1: Orange Combinator: Combinating
- January 2: Austin Haskell Users Group: Haskell Beginner-Friendly Lab
- January 3: Haskell DC: Web Application Development with Yesod
- January 4: Papers We Love San Diego: Monads for Functional Programming