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
- hindent (you might also want to have a look at brittany), and
- vim-one colorscheme
You can dig around the Neovim config in my dotfiles to see more details. All plugins are installed using Plug.
If you have any suggestions for future topics, drop a line in the Discussions tab in the YouTube channel.
A big thank you to the patrons and Mpowered Business Solutions for helping me fund this work!