August 20th, 2008 by Bryan O'Sullivan
On September 27, I will be giving a half-day Haskell tutorial entitled “Real World Haskell” at DEFUN, the new developer track at the ICFP conference. This year’s ICFP and DEFUN will be held in Victoria, Canada.
DEFUN will also host two other Haskell tutorials that we’re very excited about.
- Our friend Andy Gill will be talking about testing Haskell code using QuickCheck, and the use of his new HPC code coverage tool.
- Jefferson Heard will talk about information visualization using Haskell.
DEFUN promises to be a great addition to ICFP. It will offer an excellent way to learn about the practicalities of functional programming, alongside the existing Commercial Users of FP track. We hope to see you there!