SkillsCast coming soon.
The "Hands-on introduction to Opaleye" workshop will be led by Tom Ellis, Opaleye's principal developer. The workshop will last a couple of hours and will teach developers to write Opaleye code on their own machines as they follow the lesson. A shared instance of Postgres will be provided for everyone to use and the aim is to complete a small analytical web app by the end of the session. Templates for anything non-Opaleye-related will be provided so participants can spend all their time learning about Opaleye.
Participants should have a working installation of GHC and Cabal.
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Workshop: Hands-on introduction to Opaleye
Tom Ellis studied computer science and mathematics at the University of Cambridge, graduating with a PhD. Since then he has worked as a software developer in the finance sector, mainly as a consultant using Haskell. He is the author of the Haskell "Opaleye" library for type-safe, composable Postgres access, and is an experienced public speaker.