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Maintainable Software Architecture in Haskell: Scala in the City Conference

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Pawel Szulc gave a special Haskell talk at our Scala in the City conference. He takes a look at what makes software architecture maintainable in Haskell!


This talk is perfect for Developers who are interested in seeing Haskell being used as a general programming language. Engineers who are hoping to see Haskell as an environment in which they can quickly and effectively iterate between requirements, design and running executable code: providing value to the business with an immediate feedback loop. 

Pre-requirements: basic understanding of Haskell syntax, basic FP building blocks.
Topics explored: software architecture, software testability and maintainability free monads polysemy library.