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* 10am - 11:30am '''GHC iOS: Up and Running''' by Luke Iannini
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* 10am - 11:30am '''GHC iOS: Up and Running''' by Luke Iannini (Small Room)
* 11:30am - 1pm '''Programming with Vinyl''' by Jonathan Sterling
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* 11:30am - 1pm '''Programming with Vinyl''' by Jonathan Sterling (Small Room)
* 1pm - 2pm '''Functional Reactive Programming with Elm''' by Evan Czaplicki
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* 1pm - 2pm '''Functional Reactive Programming with Elm''' by Evan Czaplicki (Large Room)
* 2pm - 3pm [http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/BayHac2014/DenotationalDesign '''Denotational Design: from meanings to programs'''] by Conal Elliott
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* 2pm - 3pm [http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/BayHac2014/DenotationalDesign '''Denotational Design: from meanings to programs'''] by Conal Elliott (Large Room)
* 3pm - 4pm '''Getting Stuff Done with Haskell''' by Greg Weber
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* 3pm - 4pm '''Getting Stuff Done with Haskell''' by Greg Weber (Large Room)
   
 
== Saturday Demos and Experience Reports ==
 
== Saturday Demos and Experience Reports ==

Revision as of 21:04, 16 May 2014


San Francisco Bay Area & Silicon Valley Haskell Hackathon

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Come join a group of Haskell hackers to work on a wide variety of projects. All levels welcome.

Sign-up Here:
BayHac '14 Attendee Form

Special thanks to IMVU, Google, Aleph Cloud and Twitter for sponsoring BayHac '14!


When: Friday, May 16th – Sunday, May 18th, 2014
Where: Hacker Dojo
Cost: Free
News and Discussion: BayHac Google Group


1 Location

Hacker Dojo, 599 Fairchild Drive, Mountain View, CA (Google Map)

2 Schedule

Basic timing... details to be developed. Expect lightning talks, hacking, and other activities:

Friday, May 16th 3pm - 7pm
Saturday, May 17th 10am ~ 7pm
Sunday, May 18th 10am - 4pm

3 Classes

3.1 Friday

  • 5:15pm - 6:15pm Programming with Pipes by Gabriel Gonzalez (Large Room)
  • 6:15pm - 7pm A Tutorial on Free Monads by Dan Piponi (Large Room)

3.2 Saturday

  • 10am - 11am Beginning Haskell by Bob Ippolito (Small Room)
  • 11am - 12pm Haskell for Scala Programmers by Runar Bjarnason (Small Room)
  • 12 pm - 1pm Conquering Cabal by Jonathan Fischoff (Small Room)
  • 2pm - 3pm Pandoc by John MacFarlane (Small Room)
  • 3pm - 4pm Haste: Front End Web Development with Haskell by Lars Kuhtz (Small Room)
  • 4pm - 5pm From Prolog to Hindley-Milner by Tikhon Jelvis (Small Room)
  • 5pm - 6pm Yesod: Up and Running by Dan Burton (Small Room)
  • 6pm - 7pm Lens: Inside and Out by Shachaf Ben-Kiki (Small Room)

3.3 Sunday

  • 10am - 11:30am GHC iOS: Up and Running by Luke Iannini (Small Room)
  • 11:30am - 1pm Programming with Vinyl by Jonathan Sterling (Small Room)
  • 1pm - 2pm Functional Reactive Programming with Elm by Evan Czaplicki (Large Room)
  • 2pm - 3pm Denotational Design: from meanings to programs by Conal Elliott (Large Room)
  • 3pm - 4pm Getting Stuff Done with Haskell by Greg Weber (Large Room)

4 Saturday Demos and Experience Reports

1pm - 2pm

  • Haskell at IMVU by Andy Friesen
  • Haskell at Aleph Cloud by Jeff Polakow
  • Haskell at Docmunch by Greg Weber
  • Haskell at Pingwell by Tim Sears
  • Tree.is demo by Luke Iannini

5 Lightning Talks

determined at the event

6 Attendees

7 Projects

  1. TreeViz - a computation breakdown visualization project hosted by David Banas
  2. Haskell Platform, the new build - We are working on a new build system for all of Haskell Platform: Generating tarballs, installers, and even the web site from one single Shake based build tool. Lots to do! See Mark Lentczner.
  3. lambda-ccc - a project for compiling Haskell to hardware. I'm doing this work for my day job, but the development is open, and the result will be shared freely. The project starts with a GHC plugin that transforms Core in order to generate a convenient-to-manipulate GADT representation of the original. Then convert to an Arrow-like algebraic interface that can be interpreted in various ways, including as circuits. See Conal Elliott.
  4. see what Template Haskell generates. For those interested in hacking on the GHC compiler, see Greg Weber
  5. Snowdrift.coop — a community-engagement and fundraising platform strictly for Free/Libre/Open projects, built on Yesod; Head developer David Thomas and co-founder (and Haskell beginner) Aaron Wolf will be on hand. We have a wide range of projects at different levels and sizes to hack on.

8 IRC channel

We'll be hanging out on #bayhac on FreeNode.