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“Learn You a Haskell for Great Good!” by Miran Lipovača
It also covers learning resources and recommends starting with http://learnyouahaskell.com/ and then also https://lhbg-book.link/. First one is somewhat old, but it doesn't really matter, since the main concepts of Haskell it covers haven't really changed, and I still think it is the best resource to get started. For example toolchsin instructions are old - but the blog post I linked has you covered there. The second one is very new, something like half a year, and I heard great things about it. There are also other books mentione in blog post that are all couple of years old and quite good!
A community version of the renowned "Learn You a Haskell" (LYAH) tutorials collection!
So we have LYAH, also there is O'Reilly book, which is a bit old but still mostly good, many people start with this book. After any of those three you can probably decide for yourself what to use to continue the study
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The Rust Programming Language
Rust has the official the Book. TypeScript has the official Handbook. Go has the unofficial Learning Go - O'REILLY, which was released 1.5 years ago but almost up-to-date except for the generics support.
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If you're open to video learning resources, I can recommend my Haskell Beginners 2022 course.
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