The Haskell language makes it possible to write elegant code while achieving top-notch performance. We’ll introduce you to the features that make high performance possible, focusing on one of the newest and most exciting techniques for number crunching and text processing: stream fusion.
Learn how you can ship high-level optimisations in your own real-world code, without needing to crack open a compiler textbook.
Bryan O’Sullivan is an Irish hacker and writer based in San Francisco. His main interests are in functional programming and distributed systems. He wrote O’Reilly’s book “Real World Haskell” and is currently working on a new title for O’Reilly.
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