[Haskell] Re: Teach theory then Haskell as example
Apfelmus, Heinrich
apfelmus at quantentunnel.de
Fri Jan 16 05:00:48 EST 2009
Rodney Price wrote:
> So where do I as a practicing programmer and researcher go to learn all
> this stuff? My background is theoretical physics (PhD, 1993) so I'm no
> stranger to math. I've been using Haskell off and on since Haskell 1.4,
> and while I see lots of theoretical discussions on this list, I have yet
> to find a Haskell text that gives me a clue where to look. I have the
> impression that I would have to take three or four graduate courses just
> to pick up the bits and pieces here and there that I (apparently) need
> for Haskell. Suggestions?
>
> -Rod
The Haskellwiki is a pretty good resource aggregator
http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Category_theory
In the long term, the aim of the Haskell Wikibook is to become a gentle
introduction to "this stuff. It's nowhere near finished yet, but there's
already some preliminary material
http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Haskell/Category_theory
Regards,
H. Apfelmus
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