Parallel and Concurrent Programming in Haskell
Simon Marlow

The book was published in August 2013 by O'Reilly Media.

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The sample code is on Hackage and in a GitHub repo.

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Quotes
This book explains how to write elegant and scalable code while not shying away from any of the tricky bits and corner cases -- making it an essential companion for any developer!
— Andres Löh, Haskell Consultant at Well-Typed LLP
Not only does this book provide an excellent overview of Haskell as a language for concurrent and parallel programming, it is essential reading even if you are not a Haskell programmer. It will change how you think about designing and building high performance, solid software.
— Bryan O'Sullivan, Manager, Developer Efficiency, Facebook

These days parallelism and concurrency are ubiquitous, but parallel and concurrent programs are typically much harder to write than sequential ones. Functional programming languages offer a radical and elegant attack on this challenge, by tackling the root cause, namely unrestricted side effects. But would-be users are only have the research literature to guide them. This is the first book to offer a thorough, internally-consistent tutorial in parallel and concurrent functional programming aimed at practitioners rather than researchers. Moreover, Simon Marlow knows exactly what he is talking about: he built GHC's parallel runtime system, and remains its master. This book will do more than a hundred research papers to get parallel functional programming out of the lab and into the hands of working programmers. Bravo!

— Simon Peyton Jones, Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research

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