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San Francisco Bay Area & Silicon Valley Haskell Hackathon

Come join a group of Haskell hackers to enjoy a weekend of learning, sharing, and hacking on a variety of projects. Bring your laptop! All skill levels are welcome.

When: Friday, April 7th – Sunday, April 9th, 2017
Where: Takt office: 35 Stillman St, San Francisco
Cost: Free
Registration: Registration form for BayHac 2017
News and Discussion: BayHac Google Group

BayHac 2017 is organized by Dan Burton with the assistance of Haskellers like you! If you would like to help in any way, or have any questions about BayHac, kindly direct your queries to the BayHac Google Group.



In tentative chronological order:

Friday (late afternoon)

  • Greg Horn: Haskell for Flight Control at Kittyhawk
  • Tikhon Jelvis: Haskell for Supply Chain Optimization at Target


  • Gabriel Gonzalez: How to create a new Haskell project
  • Julie Moronuki: Introductory Haskell
  • Michael Litchard: Next Step Haskell
  • John Leo: Dependent Types in GHC
  • Dimitri DeFigueiredo: Functional Reactive Bitcoin Trading
  • Judah Jacobson: Haskell Bindings for TensorFlow
  • Chris Smith: CodeWorld - Teaching Haskell to Children


  • John Wiegley: Putting lenses to work
  • Adelbert Chang: All About Applicative
  • Doug Beardsley: Real World UIs with Reflex
  • James Bowen: Type Level APIs with Servant
  • Sandy Maguire: Don't Eff It Up: Free Monads in Action
  • Luite Stegeman: Something GHCJS
  • Greg Hale: Full-stack typesafe Haskell
  • Rúnar Bjarnason: Adjunctions in Everyday Life

Sponsors and donations

BayHac is free to attend. We rely on the generous donations of individuals and sponsoring companies to supply the location, equipment, and food. To donate, please contact Dan Burton (danburton.email AT gmail DOT com).

Is this a scam to steal my intellectual property?

BayHac is not that kind of hackathon; there is no competitive coding element here. It is only a "hackathon" in the sense that a group of Haskellers will gather to hack on various projects.

See our /Intellectual_Property_Policy

What will BayHac be like?

We will strive to fulfill the /hopes of our attendees.

See also: past years of BayHac.