Maybe you want to hire me sometime later

Here's my CV, but I work for Serokell at the moment (and we're writing a cryptocurrency in Haskell). Most likely, I won't agree to work for you right now. But hey, you can still write me and maybe in a year or so I'll be yours if you:

Look at my Telegram channel

Here it is.


I'm teaching a bunch of people Haskell by giving them tasks to solve (and then we collectively discuss solutions). You can join too!

I've also written some libraries:

I also started the /r/haskelltil subreddit (for Haskell tips and tricks and code samples and oddities and curiosities and idioms and interesting facts and everything that is short enough that you'd be ashamed to submit it to /r/haskell or write about it at your blog). It didn't catch on but some content there is still useful.

Finally, right now I'm busy working on Aelve Guide, a wiki-like guide to Haskell ecosystem and community. You can help.

lens over tea

A series of articles (called “lens over tea”) about lens and its implementation.

It's a work in progress; the future parts will mention:

Other stuff

Stuff that is sort of related to psychology

Stuff that is sort of related to linguistics


Several years ago I've been learning Racket and making notes (which then became somewhat popular):

I'm not learning Racket anymore, but I might start again in the future.

Stuff I did