We’re taking a quick breather this week on Monday Morning Haskell to announce a new website feature! Several readers have suggested it, so we now have the archive! You can scroll through the page and find all the different articles we’ve done over the last couple years. We’ve also implemented a tag system, so you can search for articles on specific topics. Our current tags list includes the following:
- Open Source
Take a look and let us know what you think!
I’d also like to take a moment to call out some of the other excellent Haskell blog work going on in the community. I’ll give a special shoutout to Anuj Agarwal who listed us in his top 10 Haskell blogs. You can check out some of the other folks on that list as well. In particular, I enjoy Neil Mitchell’s blog as well as the material on Haskell Reddit and Haskell Weekly.
Next week we’ll start our exploration of frontend web development. This will involve looking at a couple other functional languages. Over the course of this series, we’ll explore both Elm and Purescript. We’ll see how both languages are similar to and different from Haskell. We’ll also see some ways we can integrate them with our Haskell code. You won’t want to miss this series!
And remember if you’re new to the community there are plenty of good resources out there to help you get off the ground! Take a look at our Beginners Checklist and our Liftoff Series for tips on getting started!