Miran Lipovaca is a computer science student in Ljubljana, Slovenia. In addition to his passion for Haskell, he enjoys boxing, playing bass guitar, and, of course, drawing. He has a fascination with dancing skeletons and the number 71, and when he walks through automatic doors he pretends that he's actually opening them with his mind.
This is the book that single-handedly got me hooked on Haskell!
This is the ultimate beginner guide!
Excellent introduction to the language and, especially, the functional way of thinking. The book progresses gradually and is quite accessible, if you have the necessary motivation. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Petros K. Tsantoulis
Functional programming is often be presented as a bunch of abstract mathematical proofs. This is not that book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by David Ron
This is an awesome book for beginners (either to programming or to Haskell). The author usually keeps the examples light and high level, but the book is detailed enough that one... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Arnob
It takes some effort, but going thru the entire book will change the way you think about solving programming problems. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Felipe Leon
i'm actually reading it as scala programming book. The functional side of haskell is closely related to that of scala. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tomer Ben David
I'm a beginner. I found the book clear, well organized, and informative. It has many examples illustrating the concepts and language features being described.Published 5 months ago by Hans Troesch
One of the best intro programming books I've ever read, up there with The Little Schemer. Miran has a strong gift for simplifying complex concepts and stepping readers through... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Vaurum Team
I naïvely thought I knew what monads were. I now have been shown how wrong I was! It feels like most of the book is dedicated to this topic. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Steve G. Bjorg