[Haskell-cafe] Books for "advanced" Haskell
leimy2k at gmail.com
Mon Mar 1 10:41:22 EST 2010
I don't think a Haskell-monad book would be terribly interesting. A book on
taking the pieces of category theory, with a little bit more of the math, to
apply to Haskell would be greatly interesting to me.
Also a book on learning what to look for for measuring Haskell performance
in space and time + optimization seems like it'd be a good thing to have as
Monad in itself is really simple. Some of the implementations of Monad can
be a little mind bending at times, but the Monad itself is not really that
2010/3/1 Günther Schmidt <gue.schmidt at web.de>
> Hi all,
> there seems to be a huge number of things that monads can be used for. And
> there are lots of papers, blog posts, etc. describing that, some more or
> less accessible.
> Apart from monads there are of course also Applicative Functors, Monoids,
> Arrows and what have you. But in short the Monad thingy seems to be the most
> "powerful" one of them all.
> Is there a book that specializes on Monads? A Haskell-Monad book?
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