Posts tagged functional programming


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Yow! Conference, Sydney 2013

December 12-13, 2013 saw the Yow! Australian Developer Conference finally reach Sydney. Here are my notes from the two days of sessions.


Some ScalaCheck generators fail too much

ScalaCheck comes with generators which will happily try and, with high probability, fail to construct sets.


Testing multiple GHC versions on Travis CI

We're currently in a transition period between GHC releases so it's important to be able to test packages with multiple versions of GHC. Here's the standard approach and what I learned doing it to a package of mine.


Released some Haskell packages

I finished and released a couple of packages written in Haskell today. Here are a few details about them.


Reading from processes safely in Haskell

The naive approach to invoking a process and reading it's output is not safe. Here's a snippet of code which does this safely.


Multiple JSON encodings in Haskell

Here's a nice "pattern" to work with multiple JSON encodings of the same set of types in a Haskell program.


Haskell at Work

I've recently (in blog years) started a new job at a company which uses Haskell quite extensively. Here are some things we do with it.


FP-Syd, October 2013

The October 2013 meeting of the FP-Syd functional programming group in Sydney heard talks about data flow fusion, a constrained domain specific language for building filesystems and a round-up of ICFP.


FP-Syd, August 2013

The August 2013 meeting of the FP-Syd functional programming group in Sydney heard talks about simulation testing, functional languages targetting Javascript, and SAT solving.


FP-Syd, July 2013

Here are some notes from the July, 2013 meeting of the Sydney functional programming group.