[Haskell-cafe] haskell (and beyond) in education

Michal Antkiewicz mantkiew at gsd.uwaterloo.ca
Thu Aug 14 20:04:28 UTC 2014


CS 115: Introduction to Computer Science 1 @ University of Waterloo, Canada
is using DrRacket.


Unfortunately, this is not the case in the Software Engineering program.

Michal Antkiewicz, M.Sc., Ph.D
Research Engineer
Network for the Engineering of Complex Software-Intensive Systems (NECSIS)

University of Waterloo
mantkiew at gsd.uwaterloo.ca

On Thu, Aug 14, 2014 at 2:42 PM, Nicola Gigante <nicola.gigante at gmail.com>

> Il giorno 14/ago/2014, alle ore 19:29, Rustom Mody <rustompmody at gmail.com>
> ha scritto:
> I am collecting some data on FP used to introduce programming
> ie as a first course:
> http://blog.languager.org/2014/08/universities-starting-functional.html
> Naturally the haskell link is the first:
> http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Haskell_in_education
> I was just wondering if there are more extremal cases of this:
> eg Are there any univs using Idris/Agda to *introduce*
> programming/math/proofs etc
> The first programming course at the little University of Udine (Italy)
> uses Scheme. It is very effective for students with no background on
> programming and illuminating for who had previous exposure to imperative
> languages at high school (like me, at the time).
> The functional programming course at the third year continues with
> Haskell.
> Greetings,
> Nicola
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