In 2008 I stumbled up Haskell, and amidst the utter confusion I was also imbued with wild enthusiasm. The result is that I am trying to write up things as I learn them, so that those who find themselves in a similar situation in the future will be able to focus more on the enthusiasm, and less on the confusion. A list of the articles I've written so far is below.

  1. Memoizing in Haskell
  2. Solving Euler Problem 191
  3. Solving Euler Problem 201
  4. Converting from MySQL to CouchDB in Haskell
  5. Understanding the Reader Monad
  6. A cheat sheet for Jinjings MPS code
  7. Understanding function composition
  8. A look at Heist, MVars and Anansi
  9. Some examples of using Data.Lens
  10. Nadine and Henry's Calcudoku Solver
  11. A Medium Sized Snaplet Example

Quote of the day:
There is no pleasure in having nothing to do; the fun is having lots to do and not doing it.
John W. Raper

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