Our next meeting is on Monday 15th April at Barclays Eagle Labs in Albert Square (Union, Albert Square, Manchester, M2 6LW).

The meeting starts at the usual time of 1900 (doors open a little earlier, we aim to start by 1905).

Please register to let us know you’ll be attending.

Liam Griffin-Jowett (@gryff - blog) of Codurance will show us a practical approach to solving the bank kata in Haskell. He’ll cover:

  • * using the compiler and tests to drive the design
  • * using monad transformers to compose the use of several side effects
  • * showing how to test monadic code

Food and refreshments will be provided.

This meeting is kindly supported by Dunnhumby and Barclays Eagle Labs