One of the most common difficulties that all of us face when we decide to start learning something new – we just don’t know where to start and where to learn.

If earlier there was a problem to find a book, tutorial or course – now you can find a lot of web sources with good materials and tons of refuse at the same time. We have prepared a small springboard for you – a list of educational Haskell sources that have been verified by our specialists.

Here’s our list. Reviews are one little scroll below.

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Learn You a Haskell

Learn You a Haskell


Suitable for: newbies

Learn You a Haskell is a great non-trivial source of knowledge for beginners in the functional programming world. In addition to online material, there is a paper version of LYAH for people who prefer books instead of web sources, it costs $32 on Amazon. All of these materials are prepared and written by Miran Lipovača, a Slovenian computer science student.

It’s convenient for learning Haskell – well-illustrated, step-by-step guide with references to pop-culture.

Also, it has 4.3 rating on Goodreads and the online version is completely free.

“This is a fantastic book and I highly recommend it as the first book on Haskell — and possibly even the second." — Michael Fogus, author of The Joy of Clojure

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Learning Haskell: A Resource Guide
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