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Programming in Haskell

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Haskell is a non-strict, purely-functional programming language with a rich type system. These are interesting properties which make programming in Haskell very different from programming in other languages. As a result, they require us to rethink our approach to writing programs. This can be challenging at first, but we will see that it is not without reward: by learning Haskell, we gain a deeper understanding of programming in general and are taught new programming techniques which can be applied to other languages as well. In this lecture, we will explore some of Haskell’s key features, programming techniques, and justify that “everyone should learn Haskell”. No prior knowledge of Haskell is required.

This talk is part of the Research Students Lecture Series series.

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