[Haskell-cafe] What's happening at the next Ed Lambda
oliver.saunders at gmail.com
Thu Nov 4 17:37:04 EDT 2010
I know the last meetup was a bit light on content so we've been
working hard to make this month different. We've got, not one, but two
talks for you:
First up: Paul Richards will be talking about functional data
structures. In particular, finger trees, which were only discovered in
2006 and offer incredible versatility and performance.
Then: I'll be talking about my experiences writing Snake in Haskell
using HCurses and property-based testing with QuickCheck. With a bit
of luck this talk will assume very little prior knowledge of Haskell.
Looking forward to seeing you,
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