[Haskell-cafe] Learning Haskell

Rick R rick.richardson at gmail.com
Mon Mar 23 23:13:45 EDT 2009

I've been messing with Haskell since the Middle of January on evenings and
weekends. Just now I'm getting to the point where I can construct nontrivial
programs with little help from #haskell.

 It is by no means my most proficient language, I've been coding C++ and
other languages for over 10 years. It is by far my favorite, however, and if
I could do it full time I would.

On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 11:08 PM, Tom.Amundsen <tomamundsen at gmail.com>wrote:

> How long did it take you to become proficient in Haskell? By that, I mean -
> how long until you were just as comfortable with Haskell as you were with
> your strongest language at that time?
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