[Haskell-cafe] Need a good book on Haskell

Donald Bruce Stewart dons at cse.unsw.edu.au
Mon Aug 7 22:16:09 EDT 2006

Also, we have a large library of research papers here:

> A good follow-up is "The Haskell School of Expression" by Paul Hudak. 
> Eventually, though, you're going to have to start reading research papers, 
> which is where most of the cutting-edge stuff is.  Phil Wadler's papers 
> (available from his web site, just google it) are a good place to start, as 
> are Simon Peyton-Jones' papers.
> Mike
> Johan Tibell wrote:
> >I've read Haskell: The Craft of Functional Programming on a course on
> >functional programming at Chalmers (I also took the advanced course)
> >and now I'm looking for some more reading material. Are there any
> >other good Haskell books? Is there a Pick Axe, Camel or Dragon Book
> >for Haskell?
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