Helpful Haskell resources

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Helpful Haskell resources

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Here's some resources on Haskell, besides those found on http://www.haskell.org/, that I find helpful:
And as I know that there are some people participating in this lecture who use Haskell much more regularly than I do, please feel free to add your own suggestions in this thread.

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Re: Helpful Haskell resources

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Another two popular resources (well, the first one at least is popular) are these:
  • Learn You a Haskell: An book that has an extensive introduction, but also covers advanced stuff like monads and monad transformers. Also, lots of pictures.
  • A Gentle Introduction to Haskell: A much terser introduction that has a reputation of being not at all "gentle" like the title suggests, but I still find the explanations in it very understandable.
Since the difference between type classes and OOP-ish classes was discussed in the lecture, here's a video about that by one of the guys responsible for a lot of the development on GHC and Haskell in general:
http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/MDCC-Tec ... -know-them

Speaking of videos, Galois, a company that uses Haskell for a lot of their projects, also hosts public talks that often involve Haskell. The recordings are available on vimeo, if anyone is interested to see some applications of Haskell in the real world (there's a lot of cool stuff about formal methods in general in there).

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Just came across an nice introduction to type classes, which may be useful for the next assignment:

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