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= Haskell Jobs =
 
 
 
Haskell is a freely available language based on [http://www.opensource.org/ open-source software]. So this page mainly advertises for participation in unpaid projects. However, advertisements for university and industry positions are just as welcome.
 
Haskell is a freely available language based on [http://www.opensource.org/ open-source software]. So this page mainly advertises for participation in unpaid projects. However, advertisements for university and industry positions are just as welcome.
   
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==Positions involving Haskell==
 
==Positions involving Haskell==
   
==University Positions==
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==University positions==
   
   
==Position in Industry==
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==Position in industry==
   
 
*[http://www.aetion.com/ Aetion Technologies LLC]
 
*[http://www.aetion.com/ Aetion Technologies LLC]
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[http://hackage.haskell.org/trac/ghc/wiki/Internships Internships on Haskell and GHC, at Microsoft Research, Cambridge]
 
[http://hackage.haskell.org/trac/ghc/wiki/Internships Internships on Haskell and GHC, at Microsoft Research, Cambridge]
   
=Jobs that need Doing=
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==Jobs that need doing==
   
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(These are typically the unpaid ones ;)
   
==Contributions Wanted==
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===Contributions wanted===
   
 
*The [http://cvs.haskell.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/fptools/nofib/ nofib suite] is a collection of Haskell programs used for testing and benchmarking Haskell compilers. If you would like to contribute your Haskell program to nofib, then [mailto:v-julsew@microsoft.com Julian Seward] would love to hear from you.
 
*The [http://cvs.haskell.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/fptools/nofib/ nofib suite] is a collection of Haskell programs used for testing and benchmarking Haskell compilers. If you would like to contribute your Haskell program to nofib, then [mailto:v-julsew@microsoft.com Julian Seward] would love to hear from you.
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==Cooperations Desired==
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===Cooperations desired===
   
 
If you are working on some Haskell project and could
 
If you are working on some Haskell project and could
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==Homeless compilers, tools, libraries==
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===Homeless compilers, tools, libraries===
   
 
Many Haskell tools and libraries have been developed as part of research projects. When the research project ends they are often half-finished and will no longer be supported in the future. If you built some Haskell software and unfortunately no longer feel able to maintain it, then please advertise here (and on the Haskell mailing list) for new people to take it over and give it a home.
 
Many Haskell tools and libraries have been developed as part of research projects. When the research project ends they are often half-finished and will no longer be supported in the future. If you built some Haskell software and unfortunately no longer feel able to maintain it, then please advertise here (and on the Haskell mailing list) for new people to take it over and give it a home.

Revision as of 21:42, 8 February 2007

Haskell is a freely available language based on open-source software. So this page mainly advertises for participation in unpaid projects. However, advertisements for university and industry positions are just as welcome.

If you are seeking Haskell jobs, good places to follow are the Haskell mailing list, and the Types mailing list, particularly for research jobs.

Positions involving Haskell

University positions

Position in industry

Internships

Internships on Haskell and GHC, at Microsoft Research, Cambridge

Jobs that need doing

(These are typically the unpaid ones ;)

Contributions wanted

  • The nofib suite is a collection of Haskell programs used for testing and benchmarking Haskell compilers. If you would like to contribute your Haskell program to nofib, then Julian Seward would love to hear from you.


Cooperations desired

If you are working on some Haskell project and could do with some help, then advertise here (and on the Haskell mailing list).


Homeless compilers, tools, libraries

Many Haskell tools and libraries have been developed as part of research projects. When the research project ends they are often half-finished and will no longer be supported in the future. If you built some Haskell software and unfortunately no longer feel able to maintain it, then please advertise here (and on the Haskell mailing list) for new people to take it over and give it a home.