“A monoid is a pipeline of functions”? Be careful not to get lost in a particular example for a typeclass.
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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.