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Haskell: The Craft of Functional Programming (3e)
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How was your experience with this page? An advantage of this is that it's available free, online. And because it's more recent, will talk about, in detail, about things like monads, monoids. Graham Hutton's book-- one of the advantages is that this is nice and thin. So you'll get it in odd pages. I know Graham's writing another edition of this. So by the time-- this should be out early , I would guess.
So that's about 10 years after this came out. But a good basic introduction. And I'll conclude with mine. I wrote the first edition of this around the late 90s. I guess I will start thinking about doing another edition. It's grown. It's quite thick. I might try and take some material out of the new edition.
But I think covers things in quite a lot of depth, quite a lot of examples that you can work through in there. But all of them have a different take so buy them all. Simon has a huge collection of programming language books. Simon mentions four textbooks in the video interview.
Below are links to the websites for each book. The content is available online for free , along with reader comments. Learn You a Haskell is a very informal introduction, but it does a great job of explaining complex concepts. You can read it online for free. Simon mentioned that Graham Hutton is bringing out a 2nd edition of his textbook.
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Since the interview, Programming in Haskell has been released. We highly recommend it as a simple and succinct introduction to Haskell programming.
ISBN 10: 0201882957
Simon was slightly coy about his own textbook in the interview. However we have found it very helpful while we were preparing this course. There are lots of copies of this book in Glasgow University library, so presumably our students find it helpful too! Haskell Programming from First Principles is a great textbook and increasingly popular in the Haskell community. The book is content complete and will soon have the final and fully edited release, but you can purchase access to the ebook now.barleymigi.ml
Haskell The Craft of Functional Programming (2nd Edition) - Simon Thompson
We hope you find this course to be well-supported, in terms of the learning materials and the interactive comments. We have a team of tutors to support the learning community. Other online sites also provide advice to Haskell beginners.
For instance, the Haskell Cafe mailing list is a friendly place to post queries.