# Meta-tutorial

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## Revision as of 14:30, 27 December 2006

*what i would like is a meta-tutorial**a list of questions about haskell, what does this do, do you understand this etc*-
*and if you say no, it points you at a tutorial which explains it*-- ndm on #haskell

One size does not fit all! The meta-tutorial aims to help you find the Haskell tutorials that **you** need.

## Contents |

## 1 Haskell in general

### 1.1 You are new to programming

See: The Haskell wikibook and Yet Another Haskell Tutorial

### 1.2 You have experience programming

- You are new to functional programming
- You have programmed in other functional languages before
- A Gentle Introduction?

- You just want to see what Haskell looks like at a glance
- How to read Haskell
- A Tour of the Haskell Syntax

## 2 Monads

- You are new to Haskell
- You can do simple IO in Haskell, but you want to know what makes it work
- You learn best by doing exercises
- You learn by metaphor or analogy
- You understand category theory and you want to know what's the link between category theory monads and Haskell monads