Haskell Weekly covers the Haskell progamming language. Listen to professional software developers discuss using functional programming to solve real-world business problems. Each episode uses a conversational two-host format and runs for about 15 minutes.
The Voids of Haskell
There's a lot to like about Haskell, but what is it missing? We explore Alexander Granin's post where he suggests some topics for books that could benefit the Haskell community.
Simple Haskell Handbook with Marco Sampellegrini
Special guest Marco Sampellegrini talks with us about his recent book, The Simple Haskell Handbook. The book describes a project driven approach to Haskell development, using a continuous integration server as a motivating example.
Module Organization Guidelines
Should you organize modules vertically or horizontally? This week we take a look at another article by Gabriel Gonzalez, this time about organizing projects and packages.
Avoiding Nested Errors
How can you avoid deeply nested error handling code? This week we review Gabriel Gonzalez's trick for keeping error handling flat.
Haskell Foundation with Andrew Boardman
Curious about the Haskell Foundation? This week we interview Andrew Boardman, its Executive Director. He explains the Foundation's purpose and how you can help.
Default Exception Handlers
What happens to exceptions when you don't explicitly handle them? This week we review Taylor's blog post about default exception handlers.