Today, 2024-05-22, at 1830 UTC (11:30 am PDT, 2:30 pm EDT, 7:30 pm BST, 20:30 CEST, …) we are streaming the 26th episode of the Haskell Unfolder live on YouTube.

The Haskell Unfolder Episode 26: variable-arity functions

In this episode, we will take look at how one can use Haskell’s class system to encode functions that take a variable number of arguments, and also discuss some examples where such functions can be useful.

About the Haskell Unfolder

The Haskell Unfolder is a YouTube series about all things Haskell hosted by Edsko de Vries and Andres Löh, with episodes appearing approximately every two weeks. All episodes are live-streamed, and we try to respond to audience questions. All episodes are also available as recordings afterwards.

We have a GitHub repository with code samples from the episodes.

And we have a public Google calendar (also available as ICal) listing the planned schedule.

There’s now also a web shop where you can buy t-shirts and mugs (and potentially in the future other items) with the Haskell Unfolder logo.

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