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2 Previous meetings
Monday, February 14th was a meeting with talks. Martijn van Steenbergen talked about Zwaluw, a library for bidirectional URL routing, and type-safe URLs. Marcelo Sousa just finished the Advanced Functional Programming course at UU and talked about his project work on parser memoization. Doaitse Swierstra discussed his continuing work on parser combinators. Afterwards, we relocated to The Basket for some drinks.
Thursday, January 13th, we met at the familiar Stairway to Heaven in Utrecht.
On Wednesday, December 8th, we met at the Stairway to Heaven in Utrecht over drinks. We talked about Haskell a lot.
In the weekend of November 5th a delegation of the Dutch HUG traveled to Ghent, Belgium to attend BelHac. On Tuesday, November 9th a small number of us met in the Stairway to Heaven over a couple of beers to discuss Haskell-related things.
On Monday, October 11th we held combined meetup with the Dutch Scala Enthusiasts. Chris Eidhof presented "Haskell for Scala-ists" and Lieke van der Poel presented "Scala for Haskell-ists". Afterwards there was a code kata Anagrams. See photos of the meetup.
On Thursday September, 9th, we met at the Utrecht University Library for three talks. Arie Middelkoop presented his talk "Breadth-first evaluation of non-cyclic, higher-order catamorphisms". Kevin Jardine talked about his web app engine in Haskell. Doaitse Swierstra described the latest developments in the UU parsing library.
In the midst of summer, August 14th, 2010, we met at the beach in Scheveningen. See Sean's photos from a sunny afternoon.
For the July 15th, 2010 meeting, we visited the Vector Fabrics offices in Eindhoven. After a tour around the office, we learned about vfAnalyst and discussed the differences between Caml and Haskell. Thanks to Wouter and Alexey for organizing this meeting.
A regular meeting on Wednesday, May 12th at Café Olivier.
On Saturday, April 24th 2010 we organized the Dutch HUG day, an afternoon symposium, to celebrate the first anniversary of the Dutch Haskell Users Group (HUG).
The eleventh meeting was in Utrecht, on Tuesday, March 9th at the familiar Stairway to Heaven.
On Monday, February 8th we had our second meeting of 2010, again at the Booth Hall of the Utrecht University Library. We had two talks:
- Sebastiaan Visser and Tom Lokhorst talked about their Awesome Prelude. [slides] [code] [video]
- Martijn van Steenbergen talked about serializing monadic computations in a monadic EDSL to describe compass-and-straightedge constructions. [slides] [code] [video]
After the talks we had drinks at The Basket.
The first meeting of 2010 was on Thursday, January 14th in Utrecht.
The eighth and last meeting of 2009 was on Wednesday, December 9th, we met over drinks in Utrecht.
The seventh meeting was in Utrecht, on Tuesday, November 10th.
The sixth meeting was on Monday, October 12th again in the Utrecht University Library. There were two talks:
- Andres Löh talked about lhs2TeX, a tool for typesetting Haskell code using LaTeX. [slides]
- Yaakov Nemoy talked about the status of Haskell packaging in Fedora and how to do it yourself.
The fifth meeting was on Friday, September 11th, in the Utrecht University Library. There were three talks:
- A propositional logic system in Haskell by Thomas B.
- Generic Programming: what, why and how by José Pedro Magalhães (video).
- Extensibility and type safety in formatting: the design of xformat by Sean Leather (video).
Afterwards we relocated to The Basket for some well deserved drinks.
The fourth meeting was in again Utrecht, on Thursday, August 13th.
The third meeting was on Wednesday, July 8th. We met over drinks in Utrecht and chatted about Haskell.
The second meeting was on Tuesday, June 9th at the top floor of the library in Amsterdam. We had interesting conversations, and more than one laptop was pulled out of its bag to show off some Haskell code!
The first meeting was in Utrecht on Tuesday, May 6th 2009. We met over drinks at the Stairway to Heaven.