This book is an easy-to-use, fast-moving tutorial introduces you to functional programming with Haskell. You’ll learn how to use Haskell in a variety of practical ways, from short scripts to large and demanding applications.
Real World Haskell won a Jolt award in March 2009.
Real World Haskell (RWH) was written by Bryan O’Sullivan, John Goerzen, and Don Stewart. During the writing process, it was released online in its entirety for comment by the community. Over 800 people submitted over 7500 comments. A near-final draft of the book is still available online.
The book is available in paperback everywhere. It is also available in DRM-free digital editions from O’Reilly, and for the Kindle from Amazon; links to these pages are below.
Check out these resources:
- The book’s original homepage and blog (courtesy archive.org)
- Online version of a draft of the book
- Purchasing/cataloging links: Amazon, O’Reilly, Goodreads
- Need help? Check out the Real World Haskell Book Club, run by an RWH reader.
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Here is information on papers, documentation, and publications written by John Goerzen.
I am a programmer, manager, hobbyist, advocate, volunteer, dad, and nature lover. I live out on an old farmstead in rural Kansas that once belonged to my grandparents. The nearest paved road is about 3 miles away, and the nearest town (population 600) is 7 miles away. I have three incredible children, which I might occasionally mention on my blog.