[Haskell-cafe] Haskell beginner
williasr at google.com
Thu Mar 15 14:40:30 EDT 2007
It's certainly possible. I'm new to the language too and learning it much
the same way. It sounds like you don't have a lot of experience programming.
I think this is an asset, not a liability. I would be interested in what
concepts are the hardest to understand so the community can develop better
tutorials for users without a lot of functional programming and abstract
On 3/15/07, arnuld <geek.arnuld at gmail.com> wrote:
> i want to start learning Haskell and willing to master it :-) i have
> done some Common Lisp from http://www.gigamonkeys.com/book/. so i know
> what are functions, variables, etc. BUT i have never done any real
> life programmming or any kind of software development.
> in my country no Haskell books are available :-( , hence i can only
> use online Tutorials. my main purpose is to learn real-life
> programming by contributing some "Haskell coding" to a GPLed Software
> written using Haskell.
> i have found "Yet Another Haskell Tutorial" after searching the archives.
> is it really a good idea to learn Haskell using only Online material ?
> (when one does not have any offline resources)
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