[Haskell-beginners] Excellent illustration of using the Haskell types -- revising Richard Bird's floor function so that it works properly
Costello, Roger L.
costello at mitre.org
Sun Nov 4 14:44:51 CET 2012
Thank you for the very kind words.
> Why are you doing this?
I learn something and want to share what I've learned. I am hopeful that it benefits others.
> Where are you publishing it? (just http://www.xfront.com/ ?)
Yes, mostly I publish there.
> What subjects are you doing this for?
The subjects of most interest to me these days are: Haskell, XML, XSLT, and XML Schema.
> What's the best way to follow along?
For Haskell I post what I learn to this list; sometimes I also create a summary and put it on my web site (xfront.com). For the XML technologies I post to the various XML lists and almost always put a summary on my web site.
You've made my day Bob!
From: Bob Hutchison [mailto:hutch-lists at recursive.ca]
Sent: Sunday, November 04, 2012 8:20 AM
To: Costello, Roger L.
Cc: beginners at haskell.org
Subject: Re: [Haskell-beginners] Excellent illustration of using the Haskell types -- revising Richard Bird's floor function so that it works properly
I'm curious now... You've been posting these kinds of articles for years now, mostly from what I've seen on XML and REST, but a few now on Haskell. It's an interesting approach, and you've managed (at least) two things: 1) provided a bunch of useful synopses of narrow(ish) topics within a larger subject; and, 2) provoked really interesting responses from experts. And I've got to think the body of work constitutes a very significant chunk of knowledge.
Why are you doing this?
Where are you publishing it? (just http://www.xfront.com/ ?)
What subjects are you doing this for?
What's the best way to follow along?
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