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Par punter le 2 juillet 2015
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You are better off to read this book after you studied some other book on Haskell.

As a reference book, it may be usable - if you buy electronic version which hopefully can be searched.

The index is next to useless. Most of the time the keywords I was looking for - simple concepts - were not in the index.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A great book for learning Haskell - but tarnished by a lack of QA 7 octobre 2014
Par Jan Kroken - Publié sur
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This is the best Haskell book available if you want to learn modern Haskell at a reasonably fast pace, and close to the reality of actually implementing useful things. It has some issues, listed below, but while these are significant, the book in total is still good enough to warrant 5 stars.

The problems are all due to lack of proof reading/quality assurance. There's plenty of spelling mistakes, a couple of places the pacing could be better and throughout the book, examples contains references to earlier code that exists in multiple variants. Some library interfaces have also changes slightly since the publication of this book.

This book deserves a second edition with proper QA and proofreading.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Not for "beginners" 19 août 2014
Par EvXyz - Publié sur
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Extensive and practical but not a beginner's book. Hence the loss of a star, for being somewhat misleading.
This is more in the tradition or "Real World Haskell" which needs a new edition.
If you have been exposed to Scheme or Clojure or Lisp, etc. Then this can serve as a beginning text for Haskell, otherwise;
beginners would do well, to have a go at "Learn You A Haskell For Greater Good" first; which IS a beginners book;
and if the sophomoric tone gets on your nerves, you could also try Thompson's "Craft of Functional Programming" 3rd edition; beware of earlier editions as they are from before the 2010 Haskell revision and may use deprecated compilers.
Many other Haskell texts from the previous decade also use Unicode symbols which will require translating to ASCII if you wish to use the REPL to play with the examples.
Happily all the above mentioned have their examples in ASCII, so you can copy them out and they will most likely compile;
as long as you remember to set your tabs to spaces, which is the #1 noob headache for first time Haskellers.
I welcome more books on Haskell and this certainly fits into the ecosystem of instructional Haskell texts, but it's not what I would consider a beginner's text, that said there is much here to recommend. Check the errata for corrections as there are quite a few.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Beginning Haskell is not for beginners... 15 février 2014
Par bookworm - Publié sur
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"Beginning Haskell" is a good, fast-paced, and practical introduction to programming in Haskell. The emphasis is on practical hands-on programming rather than theoretical concepts and type theory which tend to dominate other books on Haskell. There is, however, an unstated assumption that you already have some programming experience, preferably in a functional programming language, and that you do know your way around computers and the world wide web. I would recommend this book to those who already have programming experience in other languages and who wants a practical "how do I develop things in Haskell" book.

The book begins by explaining how to install your Haskell development environment on Linux, OS X, or Windows, and then rather quickly, in the first few chapters, goes through the basics of functional programming in Haskell. From there on the emphasis shifts to implementing practical algorithms and solutions in Haskell. This is done by leveraging the full Haskell ecosystem with parallelism, database access, web frameworks, DSLs, parsing, testing, documentation, etc. The book uses a simplified top-down application development perspective for this and introduces the necessary Haskell concepts as it goes along without getting bogged down in theory.

This book is similar in spirit to the book "Real World Haskell" by O'Sullivan et al., but it is less wordy and has more "real world" feel to it than "Real World Haskell". It is not as refined as "Real World O'Caml" by Minsky et al., but rather ends up somewhere in between the two.

As alluded to above "Beginning Haskell" is not an introduction to programming. If you are looking for an introduction to programming then Graham Huttons "Programming in Haskell" is an excellent book to start with.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 If you're entirely new to Haskell, don't start with this book 9 février 2015
Par lambdaLove - Publié sur
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This book is VERY fast paced. If this were my first book on Haskell, I think I'd be rather overwhelmed. Often times the writing is not very clear. As others have mentioned, it could have benefitted from more editing and revising, not only to clean up typos and grammatical errors, but also to make the text more readily understandable. If you are serious about studying Haskell, this is definitely a worthwhile read, but I'd start with another book first.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Very poorly edited 14 août 2014
Par Bob Ippolito - Publié sur
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Typos and bad grammar everywhere. I've read reviews elsewhere that say there are technical inaccuracies (didn't get far enough to verify this myself). I would be disappointed even if the book was free. Look elsewhere for a good book to learn Haskell with, at least until another edition is released.
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