At August’s meeting, we met some new members and Richard blathered on for a while.
At July’s meeting, there were general announcements and talks by Josh Montgomery and Michael Kerekes
In June, Sebastien Guillemot presented IOHK’s spec for a cryptocurrency wallet and Bartosz Milewski talked about linear types
At May’s meeting, Bartosz gave a presentation about the ST monad and we took
part in a related live-coding session
Miso, Miso, Miso! Lots of talk about web frontend development in Haskell and a few new faces in this, the latest edition of SeaHUG…
In which we welcome Guy, discuss Richard’s recent work; how to use Haskell as a scripting language; the best way to learn Haskell (hint: use it to build dev tools); and plan the upcoming study group.
In which we simultaneously discuss approaches to parallel computation, and contend for the keyboard.