Haskell from Scratch (Beta)

A Beginner's Guide to Haskell

Haskell has a reputation as a difficult and complicated language, with little real world application. Nothing could be further from the truth! In this course, we'll take you through all the basic principles you need to know to learn this awesome language! You'll also get some hands-on experience writing your own Haskell code and solving problems. This course assumes no prior experience with Haskell, just a basic understanding of programming principles.

Your Instructor

James Bowen
James Bowen

James is a Software Engineer living in San Francisco, CA. He first discovered Haskell in college, but began using it consistently since 2015. His Haskell experience blends multiple side projects as well as professional work. In late 2016, he began the Monday Morning Haskell blog, where he publishes new Haskell content every week.

Class Curriculum

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The Beta version of this course will start on Monday, August 6th with the release of module 1. Afterward, a new module will be released every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The final module will be released on Monday, August 20th. You can work your way through any released content at whatever pace you want!
How long do I have access to the course?
Once content has been released, you will be able to view it indefinitely!
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
What does it mean that this is a Beta?
You'll be one of the first to look at this content, and there may be some issues I didn't catch as I was making it. Let me know if anything isn't right and I'll get right to work fixing it! Since this course is in Beta, I'm offering it at a steep discount!
How can I get help during the course?
There will be a Slack group where you can direct any requests for help! You can also leave comments in the lectures.
Is there anything I need before I start this course?
You'll need a Github account to access the code for the exercises. I'll have you email me your Github name so I can add you to the repository!

This course is not open for enrollment.