Tag Archives: haskell

New baby, and Haskell Alphabet

My wife and I just had a baby! If you missed seeing me at ICFP, this is why. In honor of my son’s birth (he will need to learn the alphabet and Haskell soon)—and at the instigation of Kenny Foner—I … Continue reading

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ICFP roundup

ICFP 2016 in Nara, Japan was a blast. Here are a few of my recollections. The Place Although I was a coathor on an ICFP paper in 2011, when it was in Tokyo, I did not go since my son … Continue reading

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New Haskell Symposium paper on “twisted functors”

Satvik Chauhan, Piyush Kurur and I have a new paper which will appear at the 2016 Haskell Symposium in Japan: How to Twist Pointers without Breaking Them Although pointer manipulations are used as a primary motivating example, at heart the … Continue reading

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CIS 194 materials now on github

I’ve been meaning for a while to put the source files for my CIS 194 materials in a publically accessible place, and I’ve finally gotten around to it: you can now find everything in byorgey/haskell-course on github. I make no … Continue reading

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ICFP roundup

Well, ICFP 2015 in Vancouver is already two months in the past… I’ve been meaning for a while to write a post reflecting on the experience. Better late than never! The Place I had never been to Vancouver before; it … Continue reading

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Idempotent Template Haskell

Yesterday I was looking for a way to have some Template Haskell code generate a definition for a certain identifier if and only if such a definition did not already exist. Essentially I want to be able to call the … Continue reading

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