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The first Haskell Implementers' Workshop is co-located with ICFP, and will be held in Edinburgh, Scotland, on September 3 2009.
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The Haskell Implementors Workshop has a long history, but was recently restarted as a 1-day workshop alongside ICFP 2009 in Edinburgh. It is an informal affair, aimed at bringing together the people behind the Haskell infrastructure. It provides a forum where the people working on compilers, tools, or libraries for Haskell development can bat around ideas, share experiences and ask for feedback from fellow experts. There are no proceedings, just a mixture of short talks, longer talks, discussion and demos.
   
* [[HaskellImplementorsWorkshop/Call for Talks|Call for Talks]]
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Further details are on the page specific to the workshop instance:
   
== Important Dates ==
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== Upcoming Workshop ==
   
* Proposal Deadline: 15 June 2009
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* [[HaskellImplementorsWorkshop/2013|September 22th 2013, Boston]]
* Notification: 3 July 2009
 
   
== Organisers ==
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== Previous Workshops ==
   
* Duncan Coutts - co-chair (Well-Typed LLP)
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* [[HaskellImplementorsWorkshop/2012|September 14th 2012, Copenhagen]]
* Atze Dijkstra (Utrecht University)
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* [[HaskellImplementorsWorkshop/2011|September 23rd 2011, Tokyo]]
* Roman Leshchinskiy (University of New South Wales)
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* [[HaskellImplementorsWorkshop/2010|October 1st 2010, Baltimore]]
* Simon Marlow - co-chair (Microsoft Research)
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* [[HaskellImplementorsWorkshop/2009|September 5th 2009, Edinburgh]]
* Bryan O'Sullivan (Linden Lab)
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* Wouter Swierstra (Chalmers University of Technology)
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Revision as of 01:06, 21 June 2013

The Haskell Implementors Workshop has a long history, but was recently restarted as a 1-day workshop alongside ICFP 2009 in Edinburgh. It is an informal affair, aimed at bringing together the people behind the Haskell infrastructure. It provides a forum where the people working on compilers, tools, or libraries for Haskell development can bat around ideas, share experiences and ask for feedback from fellow experts. There are no proceedings, just a mixture of short talks, longer talks, discussion and demos.

Further details are on the page specific to the workshop instance:

1 Upcoming Workshop

2 Previous Workshops