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RuHaskell is a Russian-speaking community of haskellers.

Created by Denis Shevchenko in January, 2015 from remains of MskHUG.

Activists publish Haskell-related posts in community-driven blog, arrange meetups, record podcasts, and do some other activities, mostly in Russian.

Contents

1 Links

2 Events

2.1 2015-06-21. Summer meetup

Where
Russia, Moscow, Yandex office, Extropolis conference hall
Organizer
Yuriy Syrovetskiy
Talks
  1. Yuriy Syrovetskiy. Haskell for pythonista (aka Python 5).
  2. Denis Redozubov. A brief excursion into the type system, or how to avoid disintegration.
  3. Nikita Volkov. Anonymous records.
  4. Denis Shevchenko. Lazy evaluation: pros and contras.
  5. Alexander Vershilov. Cloud Haskell.
  6. Anton Kholomyov. csound-expression library: EDSL, music, FRP etc.

2.2 2015-12-06. Winter meetup

Where
Russia, Moscow, Yandex office, Extropolis conference hall
Organizer
Yuriy Syrovetskiy
Talks
  1. Serguey Zefirov. LSM-tree as a database storage.
  2. Anton Kholomyov. Monads for drummers.
  3. Maxim Taldykin. Dependent types in GHC 8.0.
  4. Denis Redozubov. Improving web services with Servant.
  5. Alexander Vershilov. FFI abilities and issues.
  6. Nikita Volkov. PostgreSQL >>= Hasql >>= Haskell.

2.3 2016-08-18. CoLaboratory: ruHaskell meetup

Where
Russia, Moscow, Kaspersky Lab office
Organizers
Yuriy Syrovetskiy, Alexander Nejel
Sponsor
Kaspersky Lab
Talks
  1. Pavel Filonov. C++ concepts and Haskell type classes.
  2. Yuriy Syrovetskiy. Ivory. Productive and safe Haskell code.
  3. Alexey Pirogov. Elm as idea and way to write web UI (almost) without pain.
  4. Nickolay Kudasov. Simple MMO games in Haskell.

2.4 2017-04-06. CoLaboratory: ruHaskell meetup 2

Where
Russia, Moscow, Kaspersky Lab office
Organizers
Yuriy Syrovetskiy, Alexander Nejel
Sponsor
Kaspersky Lab
Talks
  1. Katerina Galkina. Integrating with external sevices API.
  2. Dmitriy Zuikov. Haskell instead of a DBMS.
  3. Alexey Pirogov. react-flux: React-powered Web GUI in Haskell.
  4. Anton Kholomyov. What to do, if you can't write in Haskell but you want it much.

3 “Bananas and Lenses” podcast

Website

Hosts
  • Roman Cheplyaka
  • Denis Shevchenko
  • Denis Redozubov
  • Alexander Vershilov