Best Haskell Courses

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Learning Path: Haskell: Functional Programming and Haskell

Gain expertise of programming in Haskell — an advanced, purely functional programming language.

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Students: 3965, Price: $99.99

Students: 3965, Price:  Paid

What makes functional programming great?

Let’s dive into this course and figure out the reason for the buzz around functional programming.

In this Video Learning Path, we study a purely functional programming language— Haskell—and discover its capabilities.

Packt’s Video Learning Paths are a series of individual video products put together in a logical and stepwise manner such that each video builds on the skills learned in the video before it.

Haskell is a powerful and well-designed functional programming language designed to work with complex data. Its emphasis on purity makes it easier to create rock-solid applications that stay maintainable and error-free even as they grow in scale.

In this Learning Path, you will start with learning the fundamentals and building blocks of Haskell programming language with special emphasis on functional programming.

You will learn how to solve programming problems and gain hands-on experience of creating an application. You will then move on to learn how to write expressions and high-order functions. We will then go on to discuss two other structured forms of interaction: streaming libraries and functional reactive programming.

By the end of this course, you’ll have an in-depth knowledge of various aspects of Haskell, allowing you to make the most of functional programming in Haskell.

To ensure that you get the best of the learning experience, in this Learning Path we combine the works of some of the leading authors in the business.

About the Author

Richard Cook is a staff software engineer at Tableau Software working on high-performance relational database systems. He works primarily in C++ but has experience in a broad range of languages and technologies. He frequently applies functional programming and Haskell experience in his daily work. He organizes the Seattle Area Haskell Users’ Group and is an active member of the Seattle functional programming community. He is currently working on developing a machine learning framework for Haskell.

Hakim Cassimally learned the basics of Lisp 15 years ago and has been interested in functional programming ever since. After Audrey Tang developed the first prototype of Perl6 in Haskell (Pugs), he got seriously interested in Haskell and has written, spoken, and evangelised about learning and writing Haskell since 2006.

Samuel Gélineau is a Haskell developer with more than 10 years of experience in Haskell Programming. He has been blogging about Haskell for about the same time. He has given many talks at Montreal’s Haskell Meetup, and is now co-organizer.

Samuel is a big fan of functional programming, and spends an enormous amount of time answering Haskell questions on the Haskell subreddit, and as a result has a good idea of the kind of questions people have about Haskell, and has learned how to answer those questions clearly, even when the details are complicated. 

Learning Haskell Programming

Build scalable and robust applications with Haskell

Created by Packt Publishing - Tech Knowledge in Motion

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Students: 1941, Price: $89.99

Students: 1941, Price:  Paid

Haskell is a powerful and well-designed functional programming language designed to work with complex data. Its emphasis on "purity" makes it easier to create rock-solid applications which stay maintainable and error-free even as they grow in scale.

This video would begin with the fundamentals and building blocks of Haskell programming language with special emphasis on functional programming. It will be covering how Haskell variables, syntax work alongwith Haskell datatypes and functions.

You will learn how to solve programming problems while creating an application with hands-on experience. You will then move on to learning writing expressions and high-order functions.

At the end of the video, you will be able to build a complete application with Haskell alongwith learning the important functionalities.

About the Author

Hakim Cassimally learned the basics of Lisp 15 years ago and has been interested in functional programming ever since. After Audrey Tang developed the first prototype of Perl6 in Haskell (Pugs), he got seriously interested in Haskell and has written, spoken, and evangelised about learning and writing Haskell since 2006.

Even when developing in other functional languages such as XQuery or traditional scripting languages such as Perl or Python, lessons learned from Haskell inform his approach and prototypes—whether it’s training software for a start-up, just-in-time sequencing systems for a car manufacturer, or data imports for a national media corporation.

His latest personal Haskell project is a Cryptic Crossword solver.

Haskell: Data Analysis Made Easy

Master the art of data analysis by unleashing the power of Haskell

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Students: 595, Price: $89.99

Students: 595, Price:  Paid

A staggering amount of data is created everyday; analyzing and organizing this enormous amount of data can be quite a complex task. Haskell is a powerful and well-designed functional programming language that is designed to work with complex data. It is trending in the field of data science as it provides a powerful platform for robust data science practices.

This course will introduce the basic concepts of Haskell and move on to discuss how Haskell can be used to solve the issues by using the real-world data.

The course will guide you through the installation procedure, after you have all the tools that you require in place, you will explore the basic concepts of Haskell including the functions, and the data structures.

It will also discuss the various formats of raw data and the procedures for cleaning the data and plotting them.

With a good hold on the basics of Haskell and data analysis, you will then be introduced to advanced concepts of data analysis such as Kernel Density Estimation, Hypothesis Testing, Regression Analysis, Text Analysis, Clustering, Naïve Bayes Classification, and Principal Component Analysis.

Why go for this course?

We've spent the last decade working to help developers stay relevant. The structure of this course is a result of deep and intensive research into what real-world developers need to know in order to be job-ready. We don't spend too long on theory, and focus on practical results so that you can see for yourself how things work in action.

This course follows an example-based approach that will take you through learning Haskell initially, and then learning to manipulate data and visualizing it, and then gradually building your skill level where you can perform advanced algorithms on the data, such that you can make more sense of the data and interpret the future, or give suggestions. It's a blend of text, videos, code examples, and assessments, which together makes your learning journey all the more exciting and truly rewarding. It includes sections that form a sequential flow of concepts covering a focused learning path presented in a modular manner. This helps you learn a range of topics at your own speed and also move towards your goal of learning Haskell.

After completing this course, you will be equipped to analyze data and organize them using advanced algorithms.

This course is authored by some of the best in the field. 

We have combined the following best Haskell products by Packt:

  • Learning Haskell Programming by Hakim Cassimally
  • Getting Started with Haskell Data Analysis by James Church
  • Learning Haskell Data Analysis by James Church
  • Advanced Data Analysis with Haskell by James Church

Meet your expert instructions: 

James Church is an assistant professor of computer science at Austin Peay State University. He has consulted for various companies and a chemical laboratory for the purpose of performing data analysis work.

Hakim Cassimally learned the basics of Lisp 15 years ago and has been interested in functional programming ever since. He has written, spoken, and evangelised about learning and writing Haskell since 2006.

What are the requirements?

You do not need any programming knowledge, or knowledge in data science before you take up this course. 

What am I going to get from this course?

Learn the basics of Haskell

Learn how to clean data

Learn how to plot data on a graph and to draw conclusions based on the graphs

Apply advanced algorithms on the data to extract more information from the data.

Building an Application with Functional Haskell

Explore your Haskell Ecosystem with real world applications

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Students: 348, Price: $89.99

Students: 348, Price:  Paid

Haskell is a powerful and well-designed functional programming language designed to work with complex data. Its emphasis on "purity" makes it easier to create rock-solid applications which stay maintainable and error-free even as they grow in scale.

This video is specifically aimed at anybody who knows the essentials of the Haskell programming language and who is interested in moving onto developing real programs that will make use of file I/O, command-line parsers and various third-party packages.We will start by describing the kind of application that the developer will write. We will then see how we will cover the kind of user interface to expect and the types of data processing and handling that the program will do. We will be seeing the different ways to store data in our filesystem and interact with it. By the end of the course, we will have developed a fully-featured command-line utility program that can later be expanded by the developer in many ways

About the Author :

Richard Cook is a staff software engineer at Tableau Software and works on high-performance relational database systems. He works primarily in C++, but has experience in a broad range of languages and technologies. He is a keen user of Haskell in his spare time and is frequently able to apply his functional programming and Haskell experience to his daily work. He is organizer of the Seattle Area Haskell Users’ Group and an active member of the Seattle functional programming community. He is currently developing a machine-learning framework for Haskell.

He has a deep interest in programming languages and type systems in general, having developed compilers and developer tooling in the past. He is also a keen user of Python and C# and works regularly on all major desktop operating systems and dabbles with web applications.

Writing Haskell Programs

Learn how to create, build, run, and test Haskell programs and reuse existing Haskell packages

Created by Packt Publishing - Tech Knowledge in Motion

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Students: 331, Price: $89.99

Students: 331, Price:  Paid

Haskell is a powerful, purely functional programming language that allows developers to express their designs elegantly and succinctly. Modern Haskell tools such as Cabal and Stack also allow developers to build and manage large and complex systems and to consume a vast array of high-quality open source libraries.

First we will start this course by learning how to edit , build and test our Haskell code. Then we will learn how to create modules in Haskell. We will learn about the various Haskell repositories and how to use them.Once we have our Haskell package in place we will end by testing our package using third-party ecosystems.

This course builds on the foundations provided by the Fundamentals of Practical Haskell Programming course and helps to bridge the gap between introductory and advanced Haskell by teaching you how to manage and develop complex programs. We'll also dispel the myth that Haskell is only useful for toy programs.

This course covers the important parts of the Haskell development process that are frequently neglected by beginner-level tutorials.

About the Author

Richard Cook is a staff software engineer at Tableau Software and works on high-performance relational database systems. He works primarily in C++, but has experience in a broad range of languages and technologies. He is a keen user of Haskell in his spare time and is frequently able to apply his functional programming and Haskell experience to his daily work. He is organizer of the Seattle Area Haskell Users’ Group and an active member of the Seattle functional programming community. He is currently developing a machine-learning framework for Haskell.

He has a deep interest in programming languages and type systems in general, having developed compilers and developer tooling in the past. He is also a keen user of Python and C# and works regularly on all major desktop operating systems and dabbles with web applications.

Learning Path: Haskell: Functional Programming in Haskell

Explore functional programming and build real-world applications with Haskell

Created by Packt Publishing - Tech Knowledge in Motion

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Students: 235, Price: $89.99

Students: 235, Price:  Paid

Haskell is one of the powerful functional programming language designed to work with complex data. Its emphasis on "purity" makes it easier to create rock-solid applications which stay maintainable and error-free even as they grow in scale.

If you're a developer with some experience in object-oriented programming languages, such as C, C++, Java, and wish to build applications using Haskell, then you should surely go for this Learning Path.

Packt’s Video Learning Path is a series of individual video products put together in a logical and stepwise manner such that each video builds on the skills learned in the video before it.

Let's take a quick look at your learning journey. This Learning Path begins with making your familiar with the concepts of functional programming and Haskell language. Then, you will learn to address all the problems with functional programming and Haskell with distinguishing the difference between the two. You will also learn Haskell in depth with creating your first Haskell program. Next, you will be briefed through GHCi (Glasgow Haskell Compiler). As you progress, you will learn to develop real programs that will make use of file I/O, command-line parsers and various third-party packages. You will then see how to perform data processing and handling of the program. Finally, you will learn the different ways of storing data in your file system and interacting with them.

By the end of this Learning Path, you will be able to write your own Haskell programs and also have ample knowledge of the important functionalities of Haskell.

About the Author:

For this course, we have the best works of this esteemed author:

  • Richard Cook is a staff software engineer at Tableau Software and works on high-performance relational database systems. He works primarily in C++, but has experience in a broad range of languages and technologies. He is a keen user of Haskell in his spare time and is frequently able to apply his functional programming and Haskell experience to his daily work. He is organizer of the Seattle Area Haskell Users’ Group and an active member of the Seattle functional programming community. He is currently developing a machine-learning framework for Haskell. He has a deep interest in programming languages and type systems in general, having developed compilers and developer tooling in the past. He is also a keen user of Python and C# and works regularly on all major desktop operating systems and dabbles with web applications.