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Lightning Talk: Declaring Data Management Applications with Herculus

12th October 2017 in London at CodeNode

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Herculus is an innovative tool for working on relational data, with a spreadsheet-like user interface. Arbitrary user-defined ADTs can be used as column types, and a statically-typed functional language like Haskell is used to declare data transformations. As a result, you can quickly build complex data management applications with zero boilerplate.

In this talk, you will learn about the guiding design principles and concepts behind Herculus, see some applications, and discuss planned features as well as challenges.

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Lightning Talk: Declaring Data Management Applications with Herculus

Moritz Drexl

Moritz is a Haskell data scientist working for Target. Before that, he obtained degrees in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Bonn, and used Haskell to help financial institutions to fulfill their regulatory reporting requirements.

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Herculus is an innovative tool for working on relational data, with a spreadsheet-like user interface. Arbitrary user-defined ADTs can be used as column types, and a statically-typed functional language like Haskell is used to declare data transformations. As a result, you can quickly build complex data management applications with zero boilerplate.

In this talk, you will learn about the guiding design principles and concepts behind Herculus, see some applications, and discuss planned features as well as challenges.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Lightning Talk: Declaring Data Management Applications with Herculus

Moritz Drexl

Moritz is a Haskell data scientist working for Target. Before that, he obtained degrees in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Bonn, and used Haskell to help financial institutions to fulfill their regulatory reporting requirements.

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