I am about to curate a reading list to establish a clear path for people to build strong fundamentals in Haskell, leaning toward practical Haskell, i.e. usable for work and hobby projects alike, and I am curious as to what others might recommend. To be sure, I want the list to be as concise as possible, to pave the road toward the goal just mentioned. Also the list I have in mind may contain any sort of written material, from books to wikis, free or commercial products.
The spirit of this topic is to discuss and evaluate different text-only publications (books, articles, ebooks) for the saking of building strong fundamentals in Haskell while making for pleasant reading sessions, aka a Good Reads list. Please do not plug your own materials, or if you do, please argue why they should belong to this Good Reads list.
So my list would be something like this:
- Learn You A Haskell series: http://learnyouahaskell.com/, along with the Haskell Wiki book: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Haskell
- Get Programming with Haskell (book from W. Kurt) or alternatively Haskell Programming from First Principles (book from C. Allen & J. Moronuki)
- Real World Haskell: http://book.realworldhaskell.org/
- Parallel And Concurrent Programming in Haskell (book from S. Marlow)
- Thinking With Types (book from S. Maguire)
Feel free to share your own or comment mine.
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