How was your study routine to become good at haskell?

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  • wiwinwlh

    What I Wish I Knew When Learning Haskell

    Maybe try to implement something using Haskell? For example, try to read through: to see how the concepts are used in a "real world" setting. Also, is an underrated resource imo. Anyways, the best way to learn Haskell is to just use it. I'm still learning myself, so I don't have much to say beyond that.

  • reanimate

    Haskell library for building declarative animations based on SVG graphics

    Some other "applications" (if you're not interested in compilers) might be writing shell scripts: Or animating stuff: and

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  • fp-course

    Functional Programming Course (by tonymorris)

    Fp-course exercise

  • DefendTheKing

    A simple multiplayer RTS game

    In COVID I polished and released my Python implementation of the game which I actually did years before the Haskell one, mainly because it kept working while my Haskell implementation bit-rotted due to my choice to use the library GLUT which has since stopped working.

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