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qubitcoder · 2014-11-17 · Original thread
For more practical examples like this, I highly recommend the Haskell Data Analysis Cookbook [1].

After learning the basics of Haskell, having a book chock full of practical examples of things like handling CVS files, JSON, trees, graphs, machine learning, and Haskell's outstanding support for parallel computation--is a really helpful resource. The code is extremely well written; clear, concise, and readable. The author has also put the source code on GitHub for each chapter. [2]

Afterwards, to take your skills to the next level, check out Simon Marlow's Parallel and Concurrent Programming in Haskell [3]. Simon now works at Facebook, where they're using Haskell in production [4] [5].






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