last Friday, I gave a tutorial session on functional reactive programming (FRP) with reactive-banana at the HaL 7 - Haskell in Halle/Saale meeting.
The tutorial was split into two parts: first a 30 minutes talk where I introduced the basic concepts and then one hour of live demonstration, where I sat down in front of a computer and implemented some examples in a dialogue with the audience. People told me that they liked it very much, which makes me very happy.
For those who could not attend because they don’t speak German, I have now translated the slides from the introductory talk into English and added some annotations. I think they may be a good introduction to the
Henning Thielemann also managed to organize audio and video recordings during the meeting, but it’s not clear whether the quality is alright. Post-processing will probably take a while. A big “thank you” to Henning and the program committee for organizing the meeting in the first place!
EDIT: The video recording of my tutorial is now available on the meeting website. It’s in German, though.