> is a library for programmatically generating animations with a twist towards / vector drawings. A lot of inspiration was drawn from 's library.
> [it glues] together different technologies: as a universal image format, for typesetting, for video encoding, /#imagemagick for rasterization, for vectorization, /#povray for 3D graphics, and for scripting.
github.com/reanimate/reanimate


> Awesome-list-of-Haskell-mentors
> An amazing list of developers who would like to mentor beginner-contributors in projects.
willbasky.github.io/Awesome-li

: Executive Director and Chief Technology Officer
> the Interim Board has appointed
> * as Executive Director
> * as
> [...]
> at its first meeting the elected as its , so you will be hearing more from him too
mail.haskell.org/pipermail/hf-


: "Intern opening to improve "
"This post describes a number of approaches the intern might take. Most of these ideas are broadly applicable to any program, and so even those of you who do not regularly on might find this useful."
tweag.io/blog/2021-01-29-ghc-p

hackage.haskell.org/package/sy is the result of my fifth month of work on this , statically optimized and staged using .

Main items are:
- error reporting using the farthest position reached,
- factorization of horizon checks,
- a new tagged-encoding technique preserving the extensibility of tagless-encodings.

Next items are:
- labeled failures,
- more tests,
- tree-like inputs to replace for validating and routing .


: "An introduction to ghc-debug: precise for programs"
"ghc-debug is a out-of-process heap analysis tool which allows you to perform precise heap analysis of programs. For example, ghc-debug can be used to work out why objects are being retained or to look at properties of your ."
youtube.com/watch?v=9zuAsGk9xo


"What is Good About ?"
"There exists a small set of simple, battle-tested ideas, which have been used for nearly forty years now: this post aims to demonstrate them, and argue for their inclusion in every general-purpose that’s being designed today." --
doisinkidney.com/posts/2019-10


, : "A First Look at "
"In this post, we are going to use a brand-new (at the time of writing) and still somewhat profiling method in to show how to identify a and the code causing it. This new profiling method, [...] allows us to map to . A key feature of this new profiling mode is that it does not require a profiled build (i.e. building with -prof)."
well-typed.com/blog/2021/01/fi

: " for
[...] This series is aimed at someone who knows how to in and is interested in more about how it works.

[...] is both the for which types are inferred and the language the inference engine is written in."
jeremymikkola.com/posts/2019_0


nix run git://git.sourcephile.fr/julm/AoC-2020.git#Day04

 : 2020 State of
"This survey opens on November 1st and closes on the 15th.
[…] The goal of this survey is to better understand what people think of the Haskell , together with its and . Whether you have never used Haskell or you use it every day, we want to hear from you!"
haskellweekly.news/survey/2020

« The main goal is to continually level-up a self-hosting . However, it’s a survival game as well as an RPG: it should always be possible to build this compiler starting with only a compiler. »
github.com/blynn/compiler
crypto.stanford.edu/~blynn/com

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