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Moving from Multiparameter Type Classes and Functional Dependencies to Type Families in Haskell

In my first post on the bitx-bitcoin library I mentioned how I solved one particular problem with the help of MultiParamTypeClasses and FunctionalDependencies. Well, as it just so turns out, apparently that wasn’t necessarily the best way to do it. … Continue reading

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First steps with Scala — let’s do some Euler problems!

So, I need to quickly get started in Scala, stat! Yes, I need to, although that doesn’t mean that I wouldn’t want to either, the need has just made me want it a little earlier than I had planned. Never … Continue reading

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Revising the BitX haskell bindings

Context: my previous blog post announcing the BitX bindings. So a week ago I released the first version of the bitx-bitcoin library and lo and behold! I am now releasing a major revision. I decided that it would probably be … Continue reading

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Trials and tribulations of writing my first “real” Haskell package

A little over a month ago I decided to be serious and write my first truly publicĀ (meaning “Hosted on Hackage for anyone to use easily”) Haskell project. I had the unfortunate idea of chronicling my attempt in a blog post, … Continue reading

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On marking surface tone in Sesotho

I may very often write posts about Sesotho with special emphasis on its tonology, or some other aspect which touches upon it. It will thus be necessary to mark tone on Sesotho words, and this will require a system of … Continue reading

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Hello world!

So, I have finally decided to start a blog. This will serve primarily to publish my thoughts on topics which interest me, including Mathematics, Linguistics, and Computer programming. I will post primarily in English, though I will occasionally do some … Continue reading

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