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The Haskell Implementors Workshop is an informal affair, aimed at bringing together people behind the Haskell infrastructure. It provides a forum where people working on compilers, tools, or libraries for Haskell development can bat around ideas, share experiences and ask for feedback from fellow experts. There are no proceedings, just a mixture of short talks, longer talks, discussion and demos.

The Haskell Implementors Workshop will run again this year, co-located with ICFP 2012.


1 Links

2 Important Dates

  • Tuesday 10th July: Proposal Deadline
  • Friday 27th July: Notification
  • Friday 14th September: Workshop

3 Programme

N.B. The order of the talks will change.

9:00-10:30 Session 1

  • GHC Status Update (Simon Peyton Jones and Simon Marlow)
  • Why can't I get a stack trace? (Simon Marlow)
  • A Trace-based Just-in-time Compiler for Haskell (Thomas Schilling)

10:30-11:00: Break

11:00-12:30: Session 2

  • Bringing Atomic Memory Operations to a Lazy Language (Ryan Newton)
  • Cloud Haskell 2.0 (Edsko de Vries)
  • First Lightning Talks Session

12:30-14:00: Lunch Break

14:00-15:30: Session 3

  • haskell-suite (Niklas Broberg)
  • Haskell Platform: Field Report and Future Goals (Mark Lentczner)
  • Second Lightning Talks Session

15:30-16:00: Cake Break

16:00-18:00: Session 4

  • Web browser programming with UHC's JavaScript backend (J. Stutterheim and A. Vermeulen)
  • Implementing Type-Level Literals in GHC (Iavor Diatchki)
  • Making cabal-install non-destructive (Philipp Schuster and Andres Löh)
  • Third Lightning Talks Session and Beyond Haskell Discussion

4 Organisers