What I Wish I Knew When Learning Haskell ( Stephen Diehl )

Since I wrote these slides for a little user group talk I gave two years ago they have become a surprisingly popular reference. I decided to actually turn them into a proper skimmable reference for intermediate level Haskell topics that don't necessarily have great coverage or that tend be somewhat…

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Hasnain says:

This is version 2.0 of this amazing guide. Took me an 75 minutes to go through; will take me about 75 years to fully understand. Explains a lot of things in great detail, easily and succinctly.

My favourite parts include: Automatically deriving instances/code, quickcheck, the lens+aeson example, and the yoneda lemma.

Posted on 2014-04-24T04:48:20+0000