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This page aims at helping users of Haskell that want to present the language, listing resources, sketching ideas, providing good examples etc.
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== A possible presentation ==
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If you are going to give a presentation on Haskell, consider the following topics to be included in your talk:
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* Introduce functional programming, stressing the declarative style of functional languages, the functions-as-values concept, the possibility of expressing what you want to achieve instead of concentrating on specifying how to get it, and so on.
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== General Resources ==
   
 
* [[Why Haskell Matters]]
 
* [[Why Haskell Matters]]
 
* [http://www.perl.com/pub/a/2000/12/advocacy.html Why I Hate Advocacy] by Mark-Jason Dominus
 
* [http://www.perl.com/pub/a/2000/12/advocacy.html Why I Hate Advocacy] by Mark-Jason Dominus
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* [[Introduction]] contains a bit of advocacy.
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[[Category:Community]]
 
[[Category:Community]]

Latest revision as of 12:05, 17 July 2009

This page aims at helping users of Haskell that want to present the language, listing resources, sketching ideas, providing good examples etc.

[edit] 1 A possible presentation

If you are going to give a presentation on Haskell, consider the following topics to be included in your talk:

  • Introduce functional programming, stressing the declarative style of functional languages, the functions-as-values concept, the possibility of expressing what you want to achieve instead of concentrating on specifying how to get it, and so on.

[edit] 2 General Resources