LAMBDA WORLD Conference
Functional programmers are a unique breed of software development professionals. They have decided that the traditional methods to solving problems are not good enough. In their quest to find the most efficient way to find solutions they
Monad transformers are often used in Haskell applications to model state, capture results, and deal with explicit exceptions. In order to make these monad transformer stacks work with concurrency primitives, runtime exceptions, and more, we'll often use libraries like lifted-base, lifted-async, monad-control, and exceptions. But contrary to the expectations of many, surprising things can happen with the implicit state of our transformers. Michael's talk explains the problem, demonstrates where surprising behavior pops
Since we are on the topic of conferences, I thought I'd share some future conference dates with you as well.
|December 17, 2017||f(by) - Functional Programming Conference||Speaker: Michael Snoyman|
||Lambda Days 2018||
Speaker: Tom Sydney Kerckhove
FP Complete has been a strong advocate for Functional Programming and specifically, the Haskell programming
We also love to make contributions to the Haskell community and continually strive to make contributions that create better tools and educational materials for Haskellers. A good place to get started is our introduction to Haskell page. In an effort to create better tools and educational experiences we also need to understand what Haskellers are doing and the challenges they face. That's why we are conducting our second Haskell Survey. We conducted another survey back in October 2015. We are seeking honest feedback from the Haskell community. If you would like to provide your feedback, you can complete our survey in under 12 minutes and make the functional programming world a better place.
The survey is only open for 30 days which ends on December 16th. Everyone who participates in the survey will