Remote Access Made Easy and Fast with Haskell
Haxl is a Haskell framework that abstracts away from the details of concurrency and request batching when interacting with remote data sources: your application code uses simple data-fetching primitives, and the framework takes care of scheduling them efficiently.
At Facebook we're using Haxl to automatically batch and overlap requests for data from multiple data sources in a rule engine for identifying malicious content. Haxl was open-sourced earlier this year, and in this talk I'll explain how you can use Haxl in your own projects, and in particular how you can interface Haxl with your own data sources and benefit from the automatic concurrency that Haxl provides.
Simon Marlow (Facebook)
Simon Marlow is a Software Engineer at Facebook in London. He is working on building Haxl, a Haskell-based domain-specific language that will be used by the teams fighting spam and malware. Simon is a co-author of the Glasgow Haskell Compiler, author of the book "Parallel and Concurrent Programming in Haskell", and has a string of research publications in functional programming, language design, compilers, and language implementation.
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