Welcome to issue 219 of the HWN, an issue covering crowd-sourced bits of information about Haskell from around the web. This issue covers the week of March 11 to 17, 2012.
Quotes of the Week
- cmccann: * cmccann needs to hurry up and get his stream processing library finished before all the possible synonyms for "thing that other things flow through" are taken
- shergill: silver bullets don't respect eta equivalency. it needs to be made of silver, and not simply *act* like one :P
Top Reddit Stories
- Shelly: Write your shell scripts in Haskell. From (yesodweb.com), scored 65 with 34 comments.
- The Glasgow Haskell Compiler (draft chapter for "The Architecture of Open Source Applications, Volume 2"). From (community.haskell.org), scored 53 with 28 comments.
- Announcing the Yesod Platform. From (yesodweb.com), scored 52 with 13 comments.
- The Cabal of my dreams. From (blog.johantibell.com), scored 42 with 19 comments.
- Announcing: Snap Framework v0.8. From (snapframework.com), scored 39 with 6 comments.
- Leksah 0.12. From (haskell.org), scored 32 with 9 comments.
- uncurryWith and concatenative programming. From (self.haskell), scored 30 with 4 comments.
- New course on parallel functional programming at Chalmers. From (cse.chalmers.se), scored 29 with 2 comments.
- Announcing Haskell project support on travis-ci.org. From (about.travis-ci.org), scored 28 with 8 comments.
- Anyone in the Toronto area looking for a job?. From (self.haskell), scored 28 with 22 comments.
- Building a Concurrent Web Scraper With Haskell. From (adit.io), scored 26 with 1 comments.
- Using Text.Parsec.Indent to parse an indentation-sensitive language with Haskell's Parsec library.. From (spin.atomicobject.com), scored 26 with 7 comments.
- Coapplicative Functor?. From (self.haskell), scored 21 with 37 comments.
- HalVM: Easy install on Fedora 16 + 64bit support. From (community.galois.com), scored 21 with 2 comments.
Top StackOverflow Questions
- How do you represent a graph in Haskell? votes: 18, answers: 4
- Impredicative types vs. plain old subtyping votes: 16, answers: 0
- Can GHC really never inline map, scanl, foldr, etc.? votes: 14, answers: 3
- Redefine IO to simplify debugging? votes: 11, answers: 1
- Quadratic programming in Haskell votes: 11, answers: 1
- How can I test a higher-order function using QuickCheck? votes: 11, answers: 2
- Haskell: how to map a tuple? votes: 10, answers: 7
- Repacking monads -
- Is there any reason not to use the INLINABLE pragma for a function? votes: 9, answers: 1
- Repa 3 performance and correct usage of 'now' votes: 9, answers: 1
Until next time,
Daniel Santa Cruz