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== Lightning Talks ==
== Lightning Talks ==
''determined at the event''
* Aaron Wolf - '''Snowdrift.coop: FLO fundraising built with Yesod'''
* Harold Carr - '''a Haskell Bitly Client using Template Haskell & Aeson'''
* Tad Doxsee - '''Learning Web Programming via Haskell'''
* Paul Ivanov - '''IHaskell Notebook'''
* Ben Burdotle - '''Cyclophone'''
* John Millikin - '''The "options" package'''
* Jon Sterling - '''Vynal'''
* Conal Eliot - '''Haskell to HW'''
== Attendees ==
== Attendees ==
Revision as of 18:02, 18 May 2014
San Francisco Bay Area & Silicon Valley Haskell Hackathon
Come join a group of Haskell hackers to work on a wide variety of projects. All levels welcome.
BayHac '14 Attendee Form
|When:||Friday, May 16th – Sunday, May 18th, 2014|
|News and Discussion:||BayHac Google Group|
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|
- 5:15pm - 6:15pm Programming with Pipes by Gabriel Gonzalez (Large Room)
- 6:15pm - 7pm A Tutorial on Free Monads by Dan Piponi (Large Room) — video
- 10am - 11am Beginning Haskell by Bob Ippolito (Small Room)
- 11am - 12pm Haskell for Scala Programmers by Runar Bjarnason (Small Room)
- 12 pm - 1pm Conquering Cabal by Jonathan Fischoff (Small Room)
- 2pm - 3pm Pandoc by John MacFarlane (Small Room)
- 3pm - 4pm Haste: Front End Web Development with Haskell by Lars Kuhtz (Small Room)
- 4pm - 5pm From Prolog to Hindley-Milner by Tikhon Jelvis (Small Room)
- 5pm - 6pm Yesod: Up and Running by Dan Burton (Small Room)
- 6pm - 7pm Lens: Inside and Out by Shachaf Ben-Kiki (Small Room)
- 10am - 11:30am GHC iOS: Up and Running by Luke Iannini (Small Room)
- 11:30am - 1pm Programming with Vinyl by Jonathan Sterling (Small Room)
- 1pm - 2pm Functional Reactive Programming with Elm by Evan Czaplicki (Large Room)
- 2pm - 3pm Denotational Design: from meanings to programs by Conal Elliott (Large Room)
- 3pm - 4pm Getting Stuff Done with Haskell by Greg Weber (Large Room)
Saturday Demos and Experience Reports (Large Room)
1pm - 2pm
- 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
- Aaron Wolf - Snowdrift.coop: FLO fundraising built with Yesod
- Harold Carr - a Haskell Bitly Client using Template Haskell & Aeson
- Tad Doxsee - Learning Web Programming via Haskell
- Paul Ivanov - IHaskell Notebook
- Ben Burdotle - Cyclophone
- John Millikin - The "options" package
- Jon Sterling - Vynal
- Conal Eliot - Haskell to HW
- Jonathan Fischoff - organizer
- Mark Lentczner - asst. organizer
- David Banas - amateur Haskeller
- Michael Litchard - Haskeller
- Conal Elliott
- Tikhon Jelvis
- TreeViz - a computation breakdown visualization project hosted by David Banas
- Haskell Platform, the new build - We are working on a new build system for all of Haskell Platform: Generating tarballs, installers, and even the web site from one single Shake based build tool. Lots to do! See Mark Lentczner.
- lambda-ccc - a project for compiling Haskell to hardware. I'm doing this work for my day job, but the development is open, and the result will be shared freely. The project starts with a GHC plugin that transforms Core in order to generate a convenient-to-manipulate GADT representation of the original. Then convert to an
Arrow-like algebraic interface that can be interpreted in various ways, including as circuits. See Conal Elliott.
- see what Template Haskell generates. For those interested in hacking on the GHC compiler, see Greg Weber
- Snowdrift.coop — a community-engagement and fundraising platform strictly for Free/Libre/Open projects, built on Yesod; Head developer David Thomas and co-founder (and Haskell beginner) Aaron Wolf will be on hand. We have a wide range of projects at different levels and sizes to hack on.
We'll be hanging out on #bayhac on FreeNode.