Open Source Extravaganza!
I’ve been quiet here lately. That’s what happens when a heavy workload blends into a long vacation.
To help myself get back in the swing of this blogging lark, I’m made today an “open source dump”. Basically, I went through all the stuff I hadn’t made publicly available before and added mirrors on github.
Most of this is incomplete, trivial, and most likely crap. Read on for links!
Haskell Library for Forecast.io
Two of the joys of working with Haskell is how quickly code can be prototyped and how quickly it can be (safely) refactored. What follows is a quick tale of how a library for the Forecast.io weather API came to be. I’ve also released it on Hackage and github.