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GitHub

zyzek/regularRegular language utilities.
20 minutes ago
BurhanNabi/99-problems-haskellSolving the famous 99 problems in Haskell
2 hours ago
Pocap/HaskellNo description
a few hours ago
flocknroll/haskell_cis194Haskell homework for CIS 194
4 hours ago
beneyal/CIS194Solutions for Brent Yorgey's CIS194 (Spring 2013)
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CIRB/xmonad-configNo description
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travitch/dismantleA library of assemblers and disassemblers derived from LLVM TabelGen data
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katherinele436/CISC260_Assignment2No description
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julian1-testing/metadata-hsNo description
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BSCCO/haskell_practicecis194
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Twitter

FunctionalFran: Up to £80,000 to work with this #haskell team in #London - http://hubs.ly/H06SR6V0 pic.twitter.com/EGcCYW9sT057 minutes ago
GraknLabs: What will you build today? What you need to create #software with #opensource GRAKN.AI #Java #Python #R #Haskell https://blog.grakn.ai/get-started-with-grakn-ai-72bb210f915c …an hour ago
UriSamuels: #Haskell count elements in a list tail recursion #Tech #Internet #Question #HowTO http://abizy.com/p/view.html?url=http://stackoverflow.com/questions/43066658/haskell-count-elements-in-a-list-tail-recursion …an hour ago
FunctionalFran: Create a reliable, high performance next generation financial infrastructure using #Haskell - http://hubs.ly/H06SRMY0  #Zurich3 hours ago
llogiq: @mgattozzi try to shoot urself in the foot in #haskell outside IO, u may find the bullet go through w/o any ill effect whatsoever.6 hours ago
Aj_Pens: #internet #e #language #javascript #java #Php #hack #scala #flash #haskell #django #python #D #xhp... http://fb.me/NPnuvKyI 8 hours ago
StephenPiment: Who needs HashLife when you have comonads? #Haskell https://samtay.github.io/posts/comonadic-game-of-life.html …9 hours ago
hackuador: ``My company is still on GHC 7.10'' <- #FirstWorldProgrammingProblems #Haskell10 hours ago
kakkun61: POST の Handler でも runFormPost していいもんなんかな? #Yesod #Haskell11 hours ago
unicornhuntio: @heyhabito are looking for a Senior Software Engineer http://buff.ly/2mBrLmQ  #hiring #haskell13 hours ago

Hackage

gssapi-wai 0.1.0.1an hour ago
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SelectSequencesFromMSA 1.0.2a few hours ago
praglude 0.4.1.04 hours ago
casing 0.1.2.04 hours ago
identicon 0.2.15 hours ago
regex-examples 0.10.0.36 hours ago
regex-with-pcre 0.10.0.36 hours ago
regex 0.10.0.36 hours ago

Pastes

SomeGame.hs34 minutes ago
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forM vs mapMa day ago
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kind equalitya day ago
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Better confusion3 days ago
TypeApplications, PartialTypeSignatures, ,AllowAmbiguousTypes, ScopedTypeVariables -> confusion3 days ago

HaskellWiki

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Extensible recorda day ago
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IRC Quotes

<pikajude> fibonacci numbers are quite common in nature; some examples include 1, 2, and 3a month ago
<monochrom> <monochrom> If stack doesn't understand it, kill stack. <monochrom> If Buddha doesn't understand it, kill Buddha.2 months ago
<hpc> the first lisp interpreter was a room full of grad students2 months ago
<johnw> they said at this year's Fibonnaci conference that it was as good as the last two combined2 months ago
<FAQ> paste: Paste long things at a paste site. http://lpaste.net highlights and lints haskell and announces to this channel.4 months ago
<FAQ> details: When asking for help, give details such as platform, GHC version, cabal or stack, exact command line, source code, full output, urls. If it's long, paste at http://lpaste.net4 months ago
<FAQ> faq-help: @remember FAQ topic: some info , @forget FAQ topic: some info , @quote topic:4 months ago
<geekosaur> so fwiw it looks like [Mac Lane] introduced it in _Categories for the Working Mathematician_, and his terminology note doesn't explain why he picked "monad", but perhaps can be understood to imply a sort of cross between "monoid" and "triad". (p.138 at http://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/~aar/papers/maclanecat.pdf)5 months ago
<geekosaur> wibble5 months ago
<geekosaur> so fwiw it looks like he introduced it in _Category Theory for the Working Mathematician_, and his terminology note doesn't explain why he picked "monad", but perhaps can be understood to imply a sort of cross between "monoid" and "triad". (p 138 at http://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/~aar/papers/maclanecat.pdf)5 months ago