Welcome to the live blog for the Haskell eXchange 2013! The Skills Matter team will be busy tweeting, Facebooking, blogging and Skillscasting the event throughout the day. If you’re at the eXchange, you can find us at the back of the room – come say hi, or give us a shout using #haskellx!
OK folks, that’s about it from us at the Haskell eXchange 2013. The Park Bench discussion is now starting, and the delegates are enjoying some welcome beer and pizza after a fantastic days of talks and discussion.
Many thanks to all of our speakers – Simon Peyton Jones, Neil Mitchell, Adam Bergmark, Andres Loh, Gracjan Polak, Bas van Dijk, Simon Marlow and all of the delegates who contributed and attended.
Thank you once again for making the event such a success, and we’ll see you again in 2014!
The Skills Matter team.
The Skillscast (film/code/slides) of Gracjan Polak’s talk ‘Embedded Domain Specific Languages at Scrive’ is now available over on the Skills Matter website.
The Skillscast (film/code/slides) from Andres Loh’s talk ‘Monads for Free!’ is now available on the website!
Gracjan Polak is just finishing up his very interesting talk on Embedded Domain Specific Languages at Scrive. Pictures from throughout the event will be available at the end of the day on our Facebook and Google+ pages.
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Now live on the Skills Matter website! Skillscast (film, code, slides) of Neil Mitchell’s talk this morning on why everyone should use a Generics Library – writing HLint with Uniplate. Watch it now on the Skills Matter website.
The Skillscast (film, code, slides) from Simon Peyton Jones’ talk ‘Lenses: Compositional Data Access and Manipulation’ is now live on the Skills Matter website!
After Simon’s talk, we’ll be having a quick break for tea and coffee before Neill Mitchell talks on why everyone should use a generics library. During the break, come and see our social media team at the back of the hall, and you can grab your free one-year subscription to the OSJ by signing up to our newsletter!
Simon Peyton Jones has kicked off Haskell 2013 with a fantastic talk on ‘Lenses: Compositional Data Access and Manipulation’
A big Good Morning to all Haskell 2013 attendees and all those following the action online. Keep an eye on the blog and our twitter feed for the latest updates!