[Haskell-cafe] Re: Aim Of Haskell

Joachim Durchholz jo at durchholz.org
Mon Dec 11 10:08:07 EST 2006

Bulat Ziganshin schrieb:
> Hello Joachim,
> Monday, December 11, 2006, 12:01:42 PM, you wrote:
>>>> one particular thing that we still lack is something like book
>>>> "Haskell in real world"
>>> We need a 'Dive into Haskell' book.
>> * It's easy to find the relevant information. [OPEN]
> what i mean is to fix this problem. there is lot of Haskell information
> that is spread over the air

Actually it's an overly difficult task, and I see this being addressed. 
Now that the information is available - I'm under the impression that 
only recently the various bits and pieces have come into existence or at 
least got an audience.
I'm seeing a *lot* of "finishing touches" work in progress. (MissingH 
reorganisation, "How to write my first Haskell program" wiki page.)
What I find even more encouraging is that this work is welcomed.

These activities are among the major reasons why I'm finally prepared to 
get my feet wet with Haskell after years of interested watching.
I'll probably fire off a set of newbie questions for my project, though 
it might still take a few days to get them organized well enough to do 
that (and to find the time for setting up the text).


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