Yesod: a functional, type-safe web framework

A session at QCon San Francisco 2011

Wednesday 16th November, 2011

12:05pm to 1:05pm (PST)

The Yesod web framework is based on Haskell, a strongly typed, purely functional language. It lets developers use traditional MVC patterns, but takes advantage of its Haskell roots, using strong typing to get rid of entire classes of bugs and security holes, thereby reducing the need for unit tests. Yesod also leverages Haskell's performance strengths - its default server, Warp, can handle more requests per second than any other web application server.

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Michael Snoyman

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Time 12:05pm1:05pm PST

Date Wed 16th November 2011

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