Beginners Guide to Haskell? [closed]


I've been looking for a decent guide to Haskell for some time, but haven't been able to find one that seems interesting enough to read through and/or makes sense.

I've had prior exposure to Haskell a few years back, but I can't remember much about it. I remember the "Aha!"-feeling was incredible when I finally got it, and it was actually fun to play with, so I'm looking to rediscover the lost art of Haskell.

I'm familiar with Ruby and its functional programming tricks, so I think I'm not completely in the dark. Any links?


Some good places to start are:

Other resources:

By : Pascal

There is also a nice lecture series from the RWTH Achen.

I got all of this info from the Haskell Wiki's Video presentations page.

Strange that nobody suggested Real World Haskell. That's IMHO the best Haskell book you currently can get you can get it for on or offline reading.

By : Friedrich

This video can help you solving your question :)
By: admin