I have (again) started reading Real World Haskell (I never got too far last time) and so I thought it might be useful to note down a few handy Haskell resourcesâ€¦.
- Haskell Wiki â€“ a jumping-off point for all things Haskell
- Try Haskell â€“ an interactive, web-based Haskell tutorial in the style of Try Ruby
- Learn You a Haskell for Great Good
- Planet Haskell â€“ since it is an aggregator of lots of good Haskell-related content
- Haskell Questions on StackOverflow
- Haskell Cafe Mailing List
- The Haskell Cheatsheet from CodeSlower.com
And you can even write Arduino programs in Haskell if you so wish ! Do you have any favourite Haskell sites? If so, let me know in the comments.