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What Haskell taught us when we were not looking! By Eric Torreborre

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Haskell, the pure and lazy functional programming language, has now been around for more than 25 years. It had a profound influence on many other programming languages on the JVM: Java, Clojure and Scala.

 

In this talk you will discover which Haskell constructs have made it to the JVM ecosystem and change the way you program today. You will also get a glimpse of the features which are yet to be transferred for our greatest benefit. And we will finally try to answer the question: "What do we, JVM programmers, have to teach Haskell?"

 

Warning: you might be tempted to try the real thing by yourself and become a Haskell programmer after this presentation!

 

Scala developer for Zalando based in Berlin, I love functional programming and maintain several Scala open-source libraries: specs2 for testing (http://specs2.org), eff for programming with effects (https://github.com/atnos-org/eff), grafter for dependency injection (https://github.com/zalando/grafter).