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My team is hiring. Typed FP role with StanChart London. Join what may be the best Haskell team on the planet.
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My team is hiring a #haskell dev for 1 year contract in London working on trade parsing and validation. Rare entry level opportunity.

https://t.co/LRebGkWu1N
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I see that no financial background is required. But would a background in development of trading (futures) software help? Or experience with FIX, MDDL, and building product specification DBs/tables?
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There's a lesson here for programmers: Adding comments to dangerous code doesn't make it safe.
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Stream fusion, conduit-style. This includes some exciting benchmark results of conduit vs vector.
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Love that I got to use the Haskell powerset impl for reals today.

http://evan-tech.livejournal.com/220036.html


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That's one of the all time best mind-blowing Haskell one-liners. Supposedly horribly inefficient though... 
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Looking for excellent typed FP developers for a Haskell role on the Strats team at Standard Chartered in London.

More info here: http://www.haskell.org/pipermail/haskell-cafe/2014-August/115632.html
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Slides from my Google Tech Talk in London on Jan 27, 2015.

The talk is about how language tools and techniques are used by the Strats team at Standard Chartered to build software faster and safer.
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Same here. Below is the error:

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Giving a Google tech talk next week in London about Haskell and software engineering. Exciting to talk about FP at Google!
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Reminder: The #Haskell   #Hackathon   in #Berlin   is happening in less then a month. There are still some places left, so please register now!

Date: Fri 26 - Sun 28 September 2014
Place: Berlin, Germany
Registration: http://goo.gl/aLfnWu
Details: http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/HacBerlin2014

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1 News. Andres Löh will give a keynote at the Hackathon. Title and abstract will be announced soon. Thanks Andres! Please register! 2 About. HacBerlin is another Haskell Hackathon, where Haskell programmers from all around the world meet in Berlin, discuss, hack together and improve the Haskell ...
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Looking for excellent typed FP developers for a Haskell role on the Strats team at Standard Chartered in London.

More info here: http://www.haskell.org/pipermail/haskell-cafe/2014-August/115632.html
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Haskell Programmer / Quant Developer
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Functional programming, computer scientist.
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  • Standard Chartered Bank
    Quant Developer, 2011 - present
  • Galois, Inc
    Research Lead, 2007 - 2011
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  • University of New South Wales
    PhD (Computer Science), 2002 - 2010
  • University of New South Wales
    BSc Hons (Computer Science), 1999 - 2002
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