Articles about: Haskell

Haskell Programming from First Principles: Part 1

Two weeks in, I take a look at why yet another beginner Haskell book matters, how it differs from what is already out there, and why that increases your chances of success as a learner. Read more »

Haskell Programming from First Principles: Part 2

A continuation of my iterative review of the early access edition of Haskell Programming from First Principles. I cover my experiences of the last month working through chapters 5 through 10. Read more »

Haskell Programming from First Principles: Final Review

Alas, all adventures must come to an end. In this final instalment of my incremental review of Julie and Chris' book I take some time to reflect on the entire book and give a holistic review. Read more »

Haskell Intero in Emacs: first impressions and HOWTO

Intero is a new/enhanced Stack-integrated REPL for Haskell like GHCi. It includes an Emacs mode that integrates with Stack as well. Read more »

Trying Out Functional Programming - Episode 4

My bad experience with Haskell drove me to conclude (prematurely) that there was little I could ever hope to achieve using the functional programming style. It turns out that I was wrong. Erlang actually makes practical programming possible in a functional style. Erlang is backed by years of… Read more »