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I am Abhinav Sarkar. I'm a software engineer currently living in Bangalore, India. When not making software, I read books, play drums, take photos and ride my bike.

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I am Abhinav Sarkar. I’m a Software Engineer currently living in Bangalore, India. I currently work at Google. I’ve previously worked at Flipkart, Nilenso, Capillary Technologies and FICO. When not making software, I read books, play drums, listen to music and ride my bike.

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Recent Notes

short posts on miscellaneous topics.

Generating Standalone Haddock Docs for a Multi-package Haskell Project haskellprogramming 1🔁
Apps I Use personalobservations
Notes for the Week notespersonal
Notes for the Week notespersonal
Notes for the Week notespersonal
2023 Couch-to-10k Run Training personalhealthobservations 3🔁
Adding Mastodon Comments to a Website fediverseprogrammingindieweb 8🔁
An Ode to Bicycling personal 3🔁
Automating Mastodon Backups with NixOS and Syncthing self-hostingnixfediverseprogramming 6🔁
What I’m Doing Now

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Recent Posts

Long-form posts on mostly programming related topics.

Implementing Co, a Small Language With Coroutines #4: Adding Channels programmingprogramming-languagesinterpretersconcurrencycontinuationshaskell 🕐 3💬 4🗣️ 18🔁
Implementing Co, a Small Language With Coroutines #3: Adding Coroutines programmingprogramming-languagesinterpretersconcurrencycontinuationshaskell 🕐 6💬 4🗣️ 10🔁
Writing a Static Site Generator Using Shake haskellprogrammingbuild-systems 🕐 2💬 4🗣️ 8🔁
Implementing Co, a Small Language With Coroutines #2: The Interpreter programmingprogramming-languagesinterpretershaskell 🕐 5💬 4🗣️ 7🔁
Implementing Co, a Small Language With Coroutines #1: The Parser programmingprogramming-languagesparsinghaskell 🕐 5💬 3🗣️ 4🔁

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Recent Readings

Books I've recently read.

The Unfolding of Language: An Evolutionary Tour of Mankind's Greatest Invention — Guy Deutscher ★★★★★
Piranesi — Susanna Clarke ★★★★☆
Recursion — Blake Crouch ★★★☆☆
Tehanu (Earthsea Cycle, #4) — Ursula K. Le Guin ★★★★★
The Psychology of Money — Morgan Housel ★★★★☆

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Elsewhere on the World-Wide Web

Posts by my internet friends.

Personal Happiness and Creative Output via Ankur Sethi is Alive and Well
Precompiling Julia Packages in Docker Images via Yuvi
How to Do Absolutely Nothing via macrodata refinement ♐︎
What is WebRTC? Why does it need ‘Signalling’? via Nirbheek’s Rantings gnomegstreamerwebrtc
To Conference Organisers Everywhere… via Arun Raghavan Blogconferencesf/osstravel

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