|27||27|| * '''Data Parallel Haskell''' (DPH) comes as part of GHC, as a result of Roman Leshchinskiy's efforts. In 6.10, for the first time, DPH includes a full vectoriser, so the system is much more usable than before. It's still really an alpha release though; we very much welcome friendly guinea pigs, but it's not ready for your 3 gigabyte genome search program. We have a lot of performance tuning to do. We've written a new paper [http://research.microsoft.com/%7Esimonpj/papers/ndp/index.htm Harnessing the multicores: nested data parallelism in Haskell] (FSTTCS'08), which gives a tutorial overview of the system, focusing especially on vectorisation.