Advanced Haskell Training Course
This course is for those users of Haskell who have a good grasp of the basics and want a deeper understanding of the language and be able to tackle serious, larger-scope problems in Haskell.
Participants should expect to get a working understanding of the most important features of modern Haskell; be able to read and write advanced Haskell programs and libraries.
- Foldable, Traversable
- Other (Arrow, etc.)
- Algebraic data types in depth
- Advanced Type classes
- Type families
Debugging and code optimizing
- Strictness in data types and functions
- Memory and CPU profiling
- Efficient data structures (bytestring, text, vector and co.)
- Note on "unsafes"
Understanding the Runtime System
- Memory layout in GHC
- Unpacking strict fields
- Understanding and reading Core
Concurrency in Haskell
- Haskell threads
- MVars and co.
Foreign Function Interface
- FFI basics
- Safe vs. unsafe
- Globals in Haskell
- Splicing and quotation
- The Q monad
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