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edd - 2 years
thumper - 1 years
marcelor - 1 years
johnny723 - 1 years
honzakral - 1 years
Jenni - 15 years
dl - 14 years
ghoseb - 13 years
jackboot7 - 13 years
brettsky - 1 years
wilane - 13 years
skyl - 12 years
ch0llima - 1 years
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gg - 11 years
twhitton - 10 years
gabrielrios - 1 years
greyfade - 10 years
dasil003 - 9 years
shywolf9982 - 9 years
Kami - 9 years
davidpaccoud - 1 years
isardana - 9 years
mantovani - 9 years
ygd - 9 years
Zak - 9 years
alexsuraci - 9 years
bittercoder - 9 years
gtani7 - 9 years
jmillikin - 9 years
stephen_mcd - 9 years
quakehead - 9 years
gnubardt - 9 years
cstejerean - 2 years
dfan - 1 years
perimosocordiae - 8 years
thaostra - 8 years
sbastn - 8 years
chris - 2 years
iamteem - 1 years
gridaphobe - 7 years
theanalyst - 3 years
1993–1994
Functional programming lectures at university...
1994
Functional programming at uni. Not since.
1998
Learnt it in college and taught it shortly afterwards. Really funny language (I liked math a lot).
1999
Another computer science course about functional programming.
2003–
2003
Only a short affair in school, would like to learn it again if there is ever time...
2004–
2005–
Cool
2005
Loosely taught a once-a-week course on the language.
2005–
Programming Languages course. Functional Programming course.
2005–
2006–
Adapted a knight's tour program to be n-dimensional .. need to find that old code and get back into Haskell so I can be awesome again.
2007
Used it for a logical deduction exercise at University. Had to use the "Hugs" system to correctly work through formal logical arguments. It melted my brain. I don't understand it at all.
2007–2008
2007–
2008
Functional programming lectures at university...
2008–
Starting to have fun, now...
2008–
Man, I have tried to learn and love this language. It's like a magic wand in the hands of a beginner. So seductive but likely to destroy you... WTF is a monad anyway?! C'mon guys.
2009–
Wrote an experiment paint program using wx - loved the elegance and mathematic nature, can't wait to get back to it when time permits
2009–
Slowly trying to learn it. I love its closeness to math. Sadly, I don't have much time to dedicate to it.
2009–
Looked at Haskell to learn more about functional programming. Definitely different then imperative programming, but you can learn a lot by looking at different paradigms, languages and technologies.
2009
Love Haskell purity and how close it is from Maths. It helped me improve my functional programming skills but my brain hurts too fast.
2009–
I love how purely mathematical it is. The over-reliance on recursion can be a bit of a nightmare especially if you are used to languages like Java but you can write really small yet powerful programs once you know your way around.
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2009–
This is probably my favorite language. If I could only figure out how to use it.
2009–
I taught myself Haskell to purge my mind after a particularly nasty PHP project. Highly recommended as a learning experience, even if you don't end up using the language for real work (I'm still on the fence about doing that).
2009–
My favorite language, period. Mindblowing at first, now I like to believe I have a fairly solid grasp of it. The expressiveness that can be achieved even with such strictness and purity, coupled with the raw performance, is astounding.
2009–
I've been learning Haskel since mid 2009. Keep picking it up / putting it down, but like it's terseness.
2009–
2nd try, after looking at erlang, F#, ocaml, and, hey, it makes sense!
2009–
An excellent language, slightly marred by some poor early decisions ('fail', list-based 'String', the 'Int' type). The library selection is absolutely dire, but this is improving as more developers contribute. I believe that Haskell will have significant market share within the next 10 years.
2009–
I finally bought the Real World Haskell book and I'm working through it now. Pure functional programming is of great interest to me, especially since I spend my days working in Ruby which is in many ways the antithesis of Haskell.
2009–
I know how to add two numbers and define functions. Does that count? :P
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Messed up my brain. Gave up on it, restarted and gave up again. But what I learned with it influences my everyday work. I haven't given up on you Haskell!
2010
My Programming Language for the year.
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2010–2011
2011–
2015–
Tried to learn it once or twice. May try again.
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