I'm in the process of learning Haskell. I thought I'd share some of the resources I've found and/or used here in one place:
- I've gone through most of this book. Not a lot "clicked", I think due to the writing style as well as being first. I plan to go through this again.
Get Programming with Haskell
- I found this very straight-forward and approachable, but think there is more to learn if I go through it again.
Learn You a Haskell
- This comes up often when I search for help, so I think it is about time I went through this classic.
A Type of Programming
- I've interacted with the author a little bit and am excited to go through this.
- Real World Haskell
- There are a lot of resources listed. Some overlap with what I've listed here, though.
- Learn Haskell
- School of Haskell
- Monday Morning Haskell's Liftoff
If you have other resources you've really liked, I'd love to hear about them.