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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

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 24.07.2018
  • Haskell
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

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 19.07.2018
  • Haskell
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

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 13.06.2018
  • stack
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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Cache CI builds to an S3 Bucket

Just by reading the blogpost title you are likely to guess the problem at hand, but to be fair I will recap it anyways.
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Hash Based Package Downloads - part 2 of 2

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 31.01.2018
  • Haskell
In our previous post, we define a common problem around reproducible build plans. The solution we desired was some form of cryptographic hash based configuration and ...
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Hash Based Package Downloads - part 1 of 2

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 23.01.2018
  • Haskell
This is part 1 of a 2 part series. This post will define the problem we're trying to solve, and part 2 will go into some details on a potential storage mechanism to make ...
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Building Haskell Apps with Docker

In this blog post we will show an example of how we can use Docker to build Haskell applications which we then ship inside Docker images.
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Announcing Stack 1.6.1 release

  • Emanuel Borsboom
  • 07.12.2017
  • Haskell
See https://haskellstack.org for installation and upgrade instructions.
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Techniques for Success with Offshore Software Development

  • Aaron Contorer
  • 06.12.2017
  • Haskell
When I ran Microsoft’s engineering tools group in the late 1990’s, remote engineering was uncommon and challenging. We had spent millions to relocate engineers to a ...
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