Check out our new Haskell tip, entitled Strict, lazy, and builder
– It covers the various string types in the
Julie gave the keynote at C∘mp∘se :: Melbourne
and we launched our new career as Haskell pamphleteers!
We’ve started releasing the web servers course
, which will explain a lot about HTTP and how to write network applications in Haskell.
I chose the “Validation” course to be our flagship course on Type Classes because it’s material I’ve tested with meetup groups. Taking the same starting point as one of my more popular blog posts, it successively refactors relatively simple code until we’ve learned about several of Haskell’s most important features.
We’ve added additional video formats, so videos should now be working on most devices. This post includes some details on how the HTML
<video> tag supports multiple formats and how we generate DASH and HLS encoded versions of our videos.
Julie just taught the beginner Haskell track at ZuriHac
, and this week we are both teaching classes at Haskell Summer School
in Poznań, Poland.
We are in the final stages of editing the initial course
, and that content is starting to go live.
“A monoid is a pipeline of functions”? Be careful not to get lost in a particular example for a typeclass.
Since our initial Type Classes announcement, we’ve been asked a number of questions about payments and planned content. Find out what’s available now, when we’ll start taking payments, and what you can expect as a subscriber.
On February 24, 1988, Philip Wadler introduced the idea of type “classes” for Haskell, as a solution to the problem of overloading. Thirty years later, we present Type Classes: a series of focused video courses on Haskell, Nix, and related subjects.