[Haskell-cafe] Suggestions for "Advanced" Topics for Haskell-based Class
Noon van der Silk
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Tue Jan 24 22:58:14 UTC 2017
I think something useful could be memory concerns: analysing space leaks,
strictness, fusion, and related areas.
On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 9:14 AM, KC <kc1956 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would encourage GUI development using GHCJS or FRP or ... :)
> On Tue, Jan 24, 2017 at 12:53 PM, Conrad Cunningham <hcc.olemiss at gmail.com
> > wrote:
>> I am teaching a class in Haskell-based functional programming for
>> advanced undergraduates and beginning graduate students at my institution.
>> None of the students have previously used Haskell and for most of my
>> students functional programming is new.
>> Because I am teaching this in a "multiparadigm programming" course, I
>> want to expand beyond what I have usually covered in the Haskell-based
>> "functional programming" course and cover a few topics in areas such as
>> parallel, concurrent, distributed, reactive, or metaprogramming
>> (domain-specific languages, Template Haskell, etc.).
>> Assuming my course has more or less covered the topics in *Learn You a
>> Haskell for Great Good *(with likely shallow coverage of monads) at that
>> point, what would be good additional topics to cover, libraries to use, and
>> tutorial or teaching resources to use? Although I have taught fundamental
>> Haskell FP topics for many years, I have not delved into any of these
>> "advanced" topics.
>> H. Conrad Cunningham, Professor
>> Computer and Information Science
>> University of Mississippi
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