Revision as of 06:27, 16 September 2013
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 2013 in Boston.
2 Important Dates
- Tuesday 13th August: Talk Proposal Deadline (anywhere on earth)
- Tuesday 27th August: Notification
- Sunday 22th September: Workshop
(Schedule to be determined)
- GHC Status Update (Simon Peyton Jones)
- Haskell.org Committee and Infrastructure Status Update (Gershom Bazerman)
- Introducing the Core Libraries Committee (Edward Kmett)
- GeneralizedNewtypeDeriving is now type-safe: How "Roles" save the day (Richard A. Eisenberg)
- Resource Limits for Haskell (Edward Z. Yang)
- SpecConstr: optimising purely functional loops (Amos Robinson)
- Prototyping GHC Optimizations with HERMIT (Andrew Farmer and Andy Gill)
- Inhabiting Habit: An Introduction to the Habit Compiler (Mark Jones)
- Optimizing "Scrap Your Boilerplate" with HERMIT (Michael D. Adams, Andrew Farmer and José Pedro Magalhães)
- Run-time supported Haskell Serialisation - an API (Jost Berthold)
We'll also be having a lightning talks session.