The HaskellerZ meetup group has been around since 2011. After organising many meetups and events, in particular ZuriHac, which attracts people from all over the world, there was a need to formalise our group a bit more.
In the short term, this allows us to work together better with sponsors for ZuriHac. In the long term, however, we would like to guarantee the long-time success of a Zurich-based Haskell interest group, not dependent on one or two key volunteers.
The rules are set up so that we encourage non-monetary contributions (e.g. giving a talk). Of course, membership is optional and not required to attend any of our events.
For members, we ask a yearly contribution of either:
Occasionally, we reach out to our members with volunteering opportunities. Also, once a year we would send you an email to confirm and update the membership.
Thursday 29 October, 19:00
I spent the last few weeks using the soon-to-be released LinearTypes GHC extension in anger and I would like to share my experience with it. I am going to talk about why I am excited to see it in the wild, what it looks like, but also the annoying parts and limitations.
There are already many talks and articles on this extension ; so my aim for this one will be to focus more on the learning experience, ergonomics, and give you a feel of what it looks like and have a discussion after that.
This will be an online event. We will be using Zoom for video conference and Slack for chat. The video will be recorded and uploaded to YouTube after the event.
Please join the ZuriHac Slack workspace using the following link and then join the #meetup channel. https://join.slack.com/t/zurihac/shared_invite/zt-ihhh18a9-FKo~zAPdf6_IEdqfbHkNuA
Please join the video conference using the following link.
Our main yearly event is the organisation of ZuriHac, a yearly Haskell Hackathon that attracts over 300 attendees. It is probably one of the oldest and definitely the largest Haskell Hackathon currently in existence.
The first ZuriHac was organised in 2010 at the Zürich Google office by Johan Tibell and Christophe Poucet. Currently, we are organising it at the Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil with the help of many Zürich Friends of Haskell members and volunteers.
We try to record all of our meetups and keynotes so Friends of Haskell who are not in the Zürich area can enjoy the content as well.
This playlist contains all our Haskell-related videos.
We have also collected the slides of the presentations in this repository. Unfortunately, the collection is currently incomplete.
Current board members of the Zürich Friends of Haskell association: