Coming Soon: Virtual Haskell Cohack

  • Meet fellow Haskellers in small-group intro sessions. I think introductions work best in small groups, so I plan to split us up into small groups (4 to 5 people each) to meet each other. If you attend more of the monthly Cohack events, you can meet even more people.
  • Collaborate on projects. The word “project” is pretty flexible. If you want to learn or teach Haskell, please come! At the other extreme, you’re welcome to pop in and ask for help hacking on GHC or other advanced projects. You can work one-on-one with someone pair programming, or join a group discussion. If you want collaborators for a project, topic, or discussion of your choice, we’ll have some time dedicated to elevator pitches for projects before the work time starts.
  • Hear some interesting lightning talks from fellow attendees, focusing on what they worked on during the event, or on any other interesting Haskell topic they would like to share about.

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Software engineer, volunteer K-12 math and computer science teacher, author of the CodeWorld platform, amateur ring theorist, and Haskell enthusiast.

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Chris Smith

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Software engineer, volunteer K-12 math and computer science teacher, author of the CodeWorld platform, amateur ring theorist, and Haskell enthusiast.

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