RIO, the standard library for Haskell

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 RIO, the standard library for Haskell

In our last webinar entitled “WebAssembly in Rust: A Primer,” we saw Aniket Deshpande sharing his ideas and insights on this relatively new, yet amazingly beneficial technology. This month we will have Alexey Kuleshevich (Software Engineer at FP Complete ) who will help us understand rio, the standard library for Haskell.

rio is not only a library, but is a collection of solutions to some of the most common problems in the Haskell ecosystem as well as a description of the best practices and design patterns. It also introduces the RIO monad, which promotes a drastic simplification over the common approach of an endless stack of transformers.


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Topics to be covered:

During the webinar we'll try to answer these questions:

  • What is rio? Is it yet another Prelude, or a different workflow? What makes it different?
  • Which scenarios is rio good for and which ones aren't so much?
  • What benefits do you get from using rio?
  • What's the difference between using rio for library vs application development?
  • Do you need to buy into the RIO type to use the library fully?

The speaker will be Alexey Kuleshevich, Software  Engineer at FP Complete.

Who should attend:

The webinar is for all those who want to turn technology into a blessing for themselves and the world.

The webinar will be held on Wednesday,

March 6th, 2019 at 10 AM PST

More about your host: 

Alexey Kuleshevich is a software  Engineer at FP Complete

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