Haskell: From noob to beginner by Roman Joost

Haskell: From noob to beginner

By Roman Joost

This talk outlines how a beginner taking the CIS 194 course can prepare to use Haskell in real world projects. Take away lessons include pitfalls to avoid, struggles one might face on the transition from learner to practitioner and how to contribute to the Haskell community.

Roman is a software engineer at Red Hat, working on internal tools. His every day language is mainly Python. He has used XMonad for 6 years but never grokked how to configure the window manager and its components. Until now.