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In this talk, Alexander Granin will speak about his work on Haskell in production and how his team migrated a large codebase from Ruby to Haskell. Alexander will elaborate on why Ruby stopped to satisfy his company’s requirements and how Haskell helped their use case.
He will describe particular design decisions that were made for most of the day-to-day needs, including REST service API, JSON serialization, subsystem interfaces, business logic and implementation separation, including the libraries used for these purposes.
Slides for the talk are published here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1pzJINFPWLgUwdek5ZeIFvWFRSDUV7LjTAFCfOVe7VlI/edit?usp=sharing
About Alexander Granin
Alexander Granin is a software developer with 10+ years’ experience. Previously a C++ developer, Alexander has moved to being a Haskell developer and software architect. He is actively involved as speaker and member with Haskell and C++ communities in Russia and as curator of C++ Siberia and C++ Russia conferences.
He is the author of the book Functional Design and Architecture.
Link to Alexander’s GitHub repo: https://github.com/graninas
Date: Sunday, 17 November
Time: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Venue: Juspay Technologies Private Limited, 444, 2nd floor, Stallion Business Center, 18th Main Road, 6th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560095
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Product:: Ruby On Rails -> HaskellIn this talk we’ll consider a real case with Haskell in production. I’ll tell you how we were migrating a big codebase from Ruby to Haskell, why Ruby stopped to satisfy our needs and how Haskell could help here. I’ll describe a particular design decisions have been taken for the most of the day-to-day needs: REST service API, JSON serialization, subsystem interfaces, business logic and implementation separation etc., and what libraries have been used for this.