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Haskell Course Outlines

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unittestinghaskell Unit Testing with Haskell 7 hours This course introduces the tools and techniques needed to write unit tests using HUnit testing framework.  HUnit is a unit testing framework for Haskell, similar to the JUnit tool for Java. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to use HUnit to write unit tests that are direct ad easy to understand. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Write tests that are easy to create, change, and execute Use HUnit to group tests into suites and check the results automatically Write concise and flexible test specifications Integrate HUnit with other utilities such as QuickCheck and HSpec Extend the test framework Audience Test engineers Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice To request a customized course outline for this training, please contact us.
haskellfun Haskell Fundamentals 14 hours This course covers the basics of Haskell programming language. The course introduces the ideas of Functional Programming and teaches the essential concepts of it, and by this introduces the student to the Haskell programming language. The course explores the fundamental differences with imperative programming and teaches the skill of thinking functionally. Students should expect to learn all the necessary tools and concepts to start writing and understanding simple Haskell programs. Introduction to Haskell Platform and tools Hello World program A bit of history Haskell syntax Functions Case distinction and pattern matching Layout (indentation) Control structures (if, case, let, where) Type system Basic types Simple function types Polymorphism Higher order functions Custom types Numbers in Haskell Type classes Building programs IO handling Module system Packages and libraries Compiling applications Examples and case studies Eight queens puzzle in Haskell Dynamic programming and memoization in Haskell Simplified parsing of CSV files An HTTP client
haskelladv Advanced Haskell 14 hours This course is for those users of Haskell who have a good grasp of the basics and want a deeper understanding of the language and be able to tackle serious, larger-scope problems in Haskell. Participants should expect to get a working understanding of the most important features of modern Haskell; be able to read and write advanced Haskell programs and libraries. Basic Typeclassopedia Functor Applicative Foldable, Traversable Monads Other (Arrow, etc.) Advanced types Algebraic data types in depth Advanced Type classes Type families GADTs Debugging and code optimizing Strictness in data types and functions Memory and CPU profiling Efficient data structures (bytestring, text, vector and co.) Note on "unsafes" Understanding the Runtime System Memory layout in GHC Unpacking strict fields Understanding and reading Core Concurrency in Haskell Haskell threads MVars and co. STM Parallelism Foreign Function Interface FFI basics Safe vs. unsafe Globals in Haskell Template Haskell Splicing and quotation The Q monad Reification

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