[database-devel] Welcome to database-devel!

Carter Schonwald carter.schonwald at gmail.com
Tue May 8 22:44:24 CEST 2012

and some of those nascent projects are potentially businesses which I can
use to help lure more great haskell hackers to NYC (I hope :) )

On Tue, May 8, 2012 at 4:40 PM, Carter Schonwald <carter.schonwald at gmail.com
> wrote:

> Hello!
> My interest stems from work I'm doing currently that includes trying to
> design a nice data frame (a la R) as a library that leverages all of
> haskell's good parts. Depending on how the overall project that I'm doing
> this for evolves, I might try to grow it into a general (ish) purpose db as
> a library.
> My interest (via the data frame project) stems from thinking that there is
> no nice end to end tool chain from db / data store -> machine learning /
> mathematical modellibng -> other things (datavis / actions / various other
> things) and experimenting with trying to put my thoughts on this whole
> process together
> on a more near term and prosaic side, I've a few projects in their nascent
> stages that need their algorithmic cores to be written in haskell (for
> reasons of correctness and really needing to have things work right) where
> I'll also need a gis capable DB, so I hope to help contribute to that part
> of the eco system, whether by contribing small
> things towards postgres-simple or otherwise.
> I"m really excited about this list!
> -Carter
> On Tue, May 8, 2012 at 2:39 AM, Jake Wheat <jakewheatmail at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hello!
>> I'm the author of hssqlppp, which is a parser and type checker for
>> SQL.
>> I'm interested in writing applications in Haskell with the data in a
>> relational DBMS.
>> This is what I would like to build/use:
>> Typesafe wrapper for SQL in Haskell using quasi quotes, with fallback
>> for SQL which isn't understood by the parser or typechecker.
>> Alternative syntax instead of SQL, but still running on a SQL DBMS -
>> something based on Tutorial D, but with more Haskell-y concrete
>> syntax.
>> Simple DBMS written in Haskell which supports the above two syntaxes.
>> Thanks,
>> Jake.
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