The Monad.Reader is an electronic magazine about all things Haskell. It is less formal than journal, but somehow more enduring than a wiki-page. There have been a wide variety of articles, including: exciting code fragments, intriguing puzzles, book reviews, tutorials, and even half-baked research ideas.
1 Latest Issue
- Cabal Configurations
- Thomas Schilling
- Darcs Patch Theory
- Jason Dagit
- TaiChi: how to check your types with serenity
- Mathieu Boespflug
Feel free to browse the source files . You can check out the entire repository using darcs:
The source code and LaTeX files have all been released under a BSD-style license.
I'd welcome any discussion and feedback on the Talk page.
2 Previous editions
The Monad.Reader Issue 1 was released on March 1, 2005.
- Pseudocode: Natural Style
- Andrew J. Bromage
- Pugs Apocryphon 1 - Overview of the Pugs project
- Autrijus Tang
- An Introduction to Gtk2Hs, a Haskell GUI Library
- Kenneth Hoste
- Implementing Web-Services with the HAIFA Framework
- Simon D. Foster
- Code Probe - Issue one: Haskell XML-RPC, v.2004-06-17 
- Sven Moritz Hallberg
Issues 2 through 7 can be found on the special tmrwiki – they haven't been included here for licensing reasons. I hope to move over most of the content soon.
The Monad.Reader Issue 6 was released January 31, 2007.
- Getting a Fix from the Right Fold
- Bernie Pope
- Adventures in Classical-Land
- Dan Piponi
- Assembly: Circular Programming with Recursive do
- Russell O'Connor
The Monad.Reader Issue 7 was released April 30, 2007.
- A Recipe for controlling Lego using Lava
- Matthew Naylor
- Caml Trading: Experiences in Functional Programming on Wall Street
- Yaron Minsky
- Book Review: “Programming in Haskell” by Graham Hutton
- Duncan Coutts
- Yhc.Core – from Haskell to Core
- Dimitry Golubovsky, Neil Mitchell, Matthew Naylor
The Monad.Reader Issue 8 was released on September 10, 2007.
- Generating Multiset Partitions
- Brent Yorgey
- Type-Level Instant Insanity
- Conrad Parker
If you're interested in writing something for The Monad.Reader, please download the instructions for authors. You can also check out the most recent version from the darcs repository at http://sneezy.cs.nott.ac.uk/darcs/TMR/Guidelines.
Feel free to contact Wouter Swierstra with any questions.
You can buy The Monad.Reader t-shirts and merchandise from Cafepress.
5 The name
The name is a pun, I'm afraid. A magazine is sometimes also referred to as a "reader". The articles are not necessarily about monads.