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2018 Haskell Survey Results

The results are in!! The powerful Haskell community includes researchers who advance the language, and users who apply the language to solve real-world problems. ...
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ResourceT: A necessary evil

Alternative title: “ResourceT considered harmful”
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Haskell Development Workflows (4 ways)

One fantastic aspect of Haskell is that it offers various tools that allow different development workflows. In this blog post, we are going to focus on four different ...
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Haskell Library Audit Reports

Since December, FP Complete has been working with Cardano Foundation on an audit of the Cardano settlement layer. The audit work is ongoing, with the currently released ...
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Pantry, part 3: Specifying Dependencies

This is part three of a series of blog posts on Pantry, a new storage and download system for Haskell packages. You can see part 1 and part 2.
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Pantry, part 2: Trees and keys

This is part two of a series of blog posts on Pantry, a new storage and download system for Haskell packages. You can see part 1.
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Pantry, part 1: The Package Index

Back in January, I published a two part blog post on hash-based package downloads. Some project needs at FP Complete have pushed this to the forefront recently, and as a ...
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Hackathon Review and Stack Maintenance

Last Wednesday (June 6, 2018), I ran a Haskell Hackathon after LambdaConf. The turnout certainly wasn't the same as Zurihac, but I was quite happy with the crowd, the ...
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Pinpointing deadlocks in Haskell

Concurrent programming is hard! I still remember the moment of my introduction to multi-threaded programming at the University of New Mexico, our professor grabbed his ...
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A new Haskell library for talking to ODBC databases

I'm pleased to announce the release of a Haskell library for connecting to SQL Server databases via ODBC.
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