Haskell provides a lot of abstractions that make it a very expressive, and very safe, programming language. But some of these abstractions can come back to haunt us. In this talk, we'll investigate some neat features of the purely functional, statically typed language, and performance implications of laziness, immutability and purity"
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The Lisp in Machine
Joe is a Developer Advocate at Braintree Payments, a PayPal Company. Having learnt the dark arts of FP at the University of Nottingham, Joe is undergoing a PhD in parallel and heterogeneous systems at the University of St Andrews.