[Haskell-cafe] Proposed "Restructuring" of State Monad page in Haskell Wikibooks
branimir.maksimovic at gmail.com
Tue Sep 29 12:16:31 UTC 2020
Two years is not enough to do anything seroius in Haskell. That is
beyond demo programs.
On 9/28/20 6:37 PM, David James wrote:
> Hello – I’m proposing to restructure this
> and I have a draft here
> <https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Davjam2:Example/StateMonad>. I’ve given
> my main reasons for the restructuring at the top of the draft page.
> I’d very much like feedback before updating the real page, especially
> if people don’t like the new one much.
> I’m new here, so should probably say a bit about myself. I’ve been
> learning-by-doing Haskell for about two years. Sometimes I feel I’m
> starting to get it, but these feelings don’t usually last long. I’m
> certainly not an expert, and don’t have a PhD in Very Clever Things. I
> do have quite an extensive IT background, originally programming in
> Lisp and Prolog, then (sadly) C++, VB and SQL but have had quite a
> long break from programming (doing dumb things like architecting
> systems and project managing) before looking at Haskell. I built this
> website <https://decimos.net/> and this library
> <https://hackage.haskell.org/package/MapWith>, just for my own amusement.
> Apologies if this isn’t the right place to send this. (But then where
> is?) I’ve already put a note on the page itself about the new draft,
> but I’ve no idea whether anyone will notice it.
> Thanks very much,
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