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.
2021 Survey Results
Thanks to everyone who filled out the 2021 State of Haskell Survey! This week Cameron and Taylor review the results.
This week Cameron and Taylor answer our first listener question: How should you structure large applications? We compare ReaderT with MTL along with other approaches.
We're back! After a month off, Cameron and Taylor get together to talk about what's new in the Haskell world.
Cameron Gera and Taylor Fausak discuss Drew Olson's adventures in looping. What should you do if you want to loop forever, but break out of the loop early sometimes?
Hash Flooding Aeson
Special guest Tom Sydney Kerckhove talks with Taylor Fausak about a denial of service vulnerability in Aeson, a Haskell library for JSON.
Taylor Fausak talks with Cameron Gera about Evoke, Taylor's latest GHC plugin for deriving instances without generics or Template Haskell.
Perfect length and well crafted choices
Please keep on publishing it! Finished all episodes and listening to them again. Highly appreciated, thank you! Hope soon I'll be better on my coding to submit you some questions :)
Interesting and personable
Done by knowledgeable people together with relative newbies. Helps keep it an understandable level. Helpful topics, often come away from it with a new idea.
Great for beginners
I am new to Haskell and this podcast serves as a great resource for getting brief, digestible overviews of various topics related to Haskell.