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Special thanks to [http://engineering.imvu.com/ IMVU] and [https://developers.google.com/open-source/ Google] for sponsoring BayHac '14!
Special thanks to [http://engineering.imvu.com/ IMVU], [https://developers.google.com/open-source/ Google] and Twitter for sponsoring BayHac '14!

Revision as of 23:21, 15 April 2014

San Francisco Bay Area & Silicon Valley Haskell Hackathon

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Come join a group of Haskell hackers to work on a wide variety of projects. All levels welcome.

Sign-up Here:
BayHac '14 Attendee Form

Special thanks to IMVU, Google and Twitter for sponsoring BayHac '14!

When: Friday, May 16th – Sunday, May 18th, 2014
Where: Hacker Dojo
Cost: Free
News and Discussion: BayHac Google Group


Hacker Dojo, 599 Fairchild Drive, Mountain View, CA (Google Map)


Basic timing... details to be developed. Expect lightning talks, hacking, and other activities:

Friday, May 16th 3pm - 7pm
Saturday, May 17th 10am ~ 7pm
Sunday, May 18th 10am - 4pm


  • A Tutorial on Free Monads by Dan Piponi
  • Yesod: Up and Running by Dan Burton
  • Haskell for Scala Programmers by Runar Bjarnason
  • Programming with Pipes by Gabriel Gonzalez
  • Beginning Haskell by Bob Ippolito
  • Programming with Vinyl by Jonathan Sterling
  • GHC iOS: Up and Running by Luke Iannini
  • Pandoc by John MacFarlane
  • Functional Reactive Programming with Elm by Evan Czaplicki
  • Lens: Inside and Out by Shachaf Ben-Kiki
  • Denotational Design by Conal Elliott
  • Haste: Front End Web Development with Haskell by Lars Kuhtz
  • Conquering Cabal by Jonathan Fischoff
  • From Prolog to Hindley-Milner by Tikhon Jelvis
  • Getting Stuff Done with Haskell by Greg Weber

Demos and Experience Reports

  • Haskell at IMVU by Andy Friesen
  • Haskell at Aleph Cloud by Jeff Polakow
  • Haskell at Docmunch by Greg Weber
  • Haskell at Pingwell by Tim Sears
  • Tree.is demo by Luke Iannini
  • Elm demo by Evan Czaplicki

Lightning Talks

determined at the event



  1. TreeViz - a computation breakdown visualization project hosted by David Banas

IRC channel

We'll be hanging out on #bayhac on FreeNode.