Monthly Archives: September 2011

Favourite Haskell Books

There are many textbooks and websites covering Haskell.  I find nothing beats a book to read on the train; many of these books are also available ‘free’ online, but if you really want to support Haskell and expand the community, buy … Continue reading

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First impressions of Haskell

Earlier this year I started learning Haskell (www.haskell.org). I am really impressed with the language: it is succinct with strong static typing, both interpreted and compiled, and – best of all – functional!  Haskell reminds me that ultimately computers are no … Continue reading

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Relaunch of site – 2011

Welcome to the new greenliving site!  After taking a few years out, I’ve decided to relaunch, but this time focusing on a broader theme – systems. The previous site, which I published from 2005 to 2007, is retained for the record.  … Continue reading

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