I am still interested in the mental discipline and freedom that Haskell seems to install. And I would like to understand monads someday. I have only a small inkling of why, even though the concept is supposed to be simple and easy to understand, that none of the tutorials I get into seem written for non-Haskell programmers. To be fair, I probably didn't carefully select my tutorials and didn't spend enough time on the right one. Then again, why should there be such an opaque forest of talk around the concept if it's so important? I believe there's something important there, just as I believed there was something important about Common Lisp, which made me learn it.
- Computer Programmer, Electrical Engineer, Electronics Engineer, Entrepreneur, present
- Purdue University
- Vincennes University
The SlideShare Story - Unpluggd Bangalore 7th July, 2012
Slides from my talk at Unpluggd Bangalore.
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