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lucas卞dicioccio
I wrote this story for Haskell newbies. I don't have the skills to make it a comic strip but I'm heartfelt about it.
The Haskell Pyramid This is the Haskell Pyramid The triangle shape represents the knowledge you may learn about Haskell: wide at the bottom, and acute at the top. The pyramid is tall, heavy, and...
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Mike Harris 14 Apr 17
Nicely put.
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Flexibility, Love & Trust 14 Apr 17
Brilliant!
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lucas卞dicioccio 14 Apr 17
Replying to @Profpatsch @smdiehl
Thanks
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lucas卞dicioccio 14 Apr 17
Replying to @MikeMKH @smdiehl
Merci
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Matt "summoning arachnogods" Olson 14 Apr 17
Replying to @lucasdicioccio
Well done!
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Riley 14 Apr 17
Replying to @lucasdicioccio
This perfectly describes why the average discussion on /r/haskell, for example, makes Haskell seem so unapproachable to me.
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J David Eisenberg 14 Apr 17
Absolutely. The slack channel often makes me think I've accidentally walked into a PhD seminar in category theory.
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J David Eisenberg 14 Apr 17
The book "Real World " seems to do a nice job of getting people to a production level.
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lucas卞dicioccio 14 Apr 17
Replying to @carnivorous8008
thanks
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Claudius Link 15 Apr 17
how do you feel about this?
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Marcelo Lazaroni 15 Apr 17
Thanks for that.
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Bladtman 15 Apr 17
Replying to @lucasdicioccio
This staement would be a lot stronger with some examples, me thinks.
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Monoid Mary 15 Apr 17
Replying to @lucasdicioccio
Quite true, nicely done. Thanks for sharing it.
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Nicole Rauch 15 Apr 17
To me it is 100% accurate. I just experienced the same basically.
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Nadir 15 Apr 17
Replying to @lucasdicioccio
nice work, very clarifying. thank you for sharing this
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Lars Brünjes 15 Apr 17
Replying to @lucasdicioccio
For me, maybe the greatest appeal of Haskell is that the learning never stops: There's always another layer of abstraction.
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lucas卞dicioccio 15 Apr 17
Replying to @rileywatkins
Keep studying, you'll make it.
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lucas卞dicioccio 15 Apr 17
Replying to @argumatronic
Merci.
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