We are happy to announce that we have been sponsoring free webinars for over a year now. The feedback we have been receiving from the IT community has been overwhelmingly positive. We have been working towards producing a new webinar topic every month, and we plan to keep moving at that pace. In this webinar, Alexey Kuleshevich (Software Engineer at FP Complete) discusses "RIO, the standard library for Haskell." We had 377 people registered for the event which aired on Wednesday, March 6th at 10:00 am PST. The source code for this webinar can be found on Github.
During the webinar we tried to answer these questions:
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We decided to include the chat log for this webinar, and it can be seen at the end of this blog post.
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We decided that to grow the Haskell community we need to make further investments towards that goal. Webinars, blogs, and open source contributions can only take us so far. That's why we created the Haskell Success Program. Whether you are a large scale enterprise using Haskell daily or a small company looking to leverage the power of Haskell, this program is for you. Of particular note is the cost of this program. If you do the math, our rates for this program are insanely low. So low, that we are not even profiting from the program. So why are we doing it? Two reasons, first, we want to promote the use of Haskell across the globe in large and small enterprises. Second, we want to expose you to our awesome engineering talent and help you maximize the use of Haskell in your organization. It's a win-win for all!. Check it out
Who is FP Complete in simple terms?
At FP Complete, we do so many things to help companies it's hard to encapsulate our impact in a few words. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so a video has to be worth 10,000 words (at least). Therefore, to tell all we can in as little time as possible, check out our explainer video. It's only 108 seconds to get the full story of FP Complete.
We want your feedback for webinar topics
We would like to hear your suggestions for future webinar topics. The simplest way to accomplish this is to add a comment to this blog post with your suggestion. Alternatively, send your suggestion via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Webinar Chat Log
We find it useful to share what was chatted about during the webinar. You can see the chat flow below.
20:00:42 From Michael Snoyman : Welcome to the webinar everyone
Posted by Robert Bobbett - 07 March, 2019