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Archive for February, 2008
Sorry for the late notice about this, but I just found out about it.
Satnam Singh of Microsoft Research will be presenting an overview of parallel and concurrent programming techniques in Haskell tomorrow, at 1:30pm, at Stanford’s CS department, Gates 104. The talk isn’t listed in the CS department’s public calendar. Here’s the abstract:
This presentation describes [...]
The shared server that we’re currently using to host book.realworldhaskell.org is, as you’ve probably noticed, prone to sluggish response times. This is because it’s hosting rather a lot of services and content, notably the Subversion and Mercurial manuals.
As our traffic levels continue to increase, I’d like the book content to remain nippy, and so I’m [...]
I just added some new beta chapters for your reviewing pleasure.
7. Using typeclasses
8. Input and output
Also, the table of contents should now be complete, albeit with most chapters ghosted out.
A few people have asked for details about the comment system we’re using for the book. I picked up the idea from the drafts of the Django Book and version 3 of the GNU General Public License, both of which were being developed at the time I was thinking about writing a Haskell book and [...]