Thursday 14th February, 2013
7:00pm to 9:00pm
Location: Prezi office, 1075 Budapest, Károly körút 9.
David Terei (GHC LLVM backend and Safe Haskellen) will talk about his memcache client implementation in Haskell: The memcache protocol is widely implemented and fairly simple. However, encoding this in Haskell vs. an imperative language demonstrates some of the nice features of the Haskell language such abstract-data-types (ADT), great parsing and serialization libraries, and the light-weight threading model. All of which allow the protocol to be represented concisely, correctly and with great performance.
Hamish Mackenzie (GHCJS and Leksah) will give us a sneak peek about the latest unrelease Leksah features:
I'll give a quick tour of Leksah and show off some of the new features that are coming in the next official release (0.14). Including:
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