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What’s in a find function?

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Sightings of the GHC event manager in the wild

After a few months of blissfully doing precious little hacking in our spare time, Johan and I have returned to work on the new event manager for GHC. I spent the past few days writing a paper about the motivation,
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What’s in a parsing library? (1/2)

My goal in working on the new GHC I/O manager has been to get the Haskell network stack into a state where it could be used to attack high-performance and scalable networking problems, domains in which it has historically been
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Data.Text 0.7 gains I/O support

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Dense? Dense, you say?

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Criterion 0.2, an improved Haskell benchmarking library

I’m pleased to announce the availability of version 0.2 of my criterion library for Haskell performance evaluation. Compared to version 0.1, this version has some significant changes. The benchmarking API has been improved! If you’re benchmarking a pure function, you
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Announcing a major revision of the Haskell text library

I'm pleased to announce the availability of version 0.5 of text, a library that provides fast Unicode text handling for Haskell. This version contains numerous changes compared to version 0.4, in three broad categories: I made improvements to the performance
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New criterion release works on Macs

And has prettier charts, too, thanks to a patch from Tim Docker. If you already have criterion installed: $ cabal update $ cabal install –reinstall criterion If you want to use criterion on a Mac: $ cabal update $ cabal
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Criterion, a new benchmarking library for Haskell

I'm pleased to announce the availability of criterion, a new library for measuring the performance of Haskell code. Compared to most other benchmarking frameworks (for any programming language, not just Haskell), criterion focuses on being easy to use, informative, and
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Riddle me this

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