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Friday, August 9 • 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Programming in Haskell

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Fedora includes support for many programming languages, including Haskell, a functional language with a lot of useful, interesting, and peculiar features. It makes extensive use of lazy evaluation, immutable data structures, a strong but flexible type system, parallel computing, and a powerful if baffling abstraction called a monad. I'll give a hands-on introduction to the language and some of its packages, and give tips on Haskell as both a research and practical programming platform. Participants can hack along with Fedora, GHC, and a text editor.

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Garrett Mitchener

Associate Professor of Mathematics, College of Charleston Math Dept
For Flock to Fedora: I'm Red Hat Linux user since RH 3.0.3. As a professor of applied mathematics, I do a lot of programming for research and educational purposes. I primarily program in Haskell, Python, and Mathematica, and dabble in more programming languages than I can count. I use LaTeX to write scholarly articles. I also compose and arrange music using Lilypond, and draw with Inkscape and GIMP.


Friday August 9, 2013 4:00pm - 6:00pm
ECTR 107

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