[Haskell-cafe] learning advanced haskell
andrewcoppin at btinternet.com
Mon Jun 14 14:43:02 EDT 2010
Neil Brown wrote:
> I'd second Ivan's suggestion to "learn-by-need".
I'd go along with that too.
The "advanced Haskell stuff" is a tool. It solves particular problems.
You learn about it when you have one of the problems it's applicable to.
If you don't have one of those problems, keep it simple. ;-)
I would also point out that some of this stuff is far, far less
complicated than it seems. It's just very difficult to find
comprehendable explanations for some of this stuff; people seem to
assume that anybody who touches Haskell will "just know" what Skolem
variables are, for example...
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