Haskell at Work is a screencast focused on practical Haskell programming, produced by Oskar Wickström. Viewers should have a basic understanding of Haskell, and be eager to learn new ways of working with Haskell.
The name has a double meaning; it’s both about using Haskell for your professional projects, as much as putting Haskell itself to work.
“Is there any way of financially supporting the screencasts?”
Not anymore. I have decided to close down the Patreon due to the unhealthy stress it gave me, a pressure to produce content regularly. I couldn’t keep that up with my full-time job and private life, so I decided to revert to doing these screencasts without compensation.
If you’d like to pay for timely published Haskell material, I’d consider subscribing to Type Classes.
“Do you have a feed?”
You can use the Atom feed or the RSS feed.
“What editor are you using?”
In the videos so far, I’m using the following programs and plugins:
- Neovim 0.2.x editor
- intero-neovim for GHCi-powered type checking, REPL, type inspection, and more
- NeoMake together with hlint
- NeoFormat, configured to use
- vim-one colorscheme
If you have any suggestions for future topics, drop a line in the Discussions tab in the YouTube channel.