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Silent Leaf
Hi, 
I'd like to know if this mailing list would be an appropriate place to post code and ask for review. The purpose would not be to help me do it, but to tell me how to do it better, more idiomatically, using more appropriate or powerful tools.

If not, and even if yes, are there any other places where this might be appropriate? Are there haskell forums somewhere? mind you i just got the idea, so i'm gonna check, but maybe you all know which ones are better than others, or more active.

Also, i've searched in vain for places where one could maybe get together into projects that would not require being fully fluent yet in haskell (with the will to learn and still some solid, yet relatively untested, bases), nor that would require getting updated on a projects of perhaps several thousands of more or less obscure code (for those that come from the outside *cough* operator maniacs *cough*).

Otherwise, i'd also welcome ideas of very simple ideas of projects just to learn by doing. The idea would be to know how to do projects that actually do something, so usually there's some sort of contact with the exterior.

Thanks verymuch in advance!

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Re: Can i post code here for review and getting better?

Michael Litchard
I have received much help over the years from the haskell community. This is a good resource for your skill building. That said, consider also using the code review section of stack exchange. They give internet points as well. :) 

On Thu, Jun 22, 2017 at 1:21 PM, Silent Leaf <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi, 
I'd like to know if this mailing list would be an appropriate place to post code and ask for review. The purpose would not be to help me do it, but to tell me how to do it better, more idiomatically, using more appropriate or powerful tools.

If not, and even if yes, are there any other places where this might be appropriate? Are there haskell forums somewhere? mind you i just got the idea, so i'm gonna check, but maybe you all know which ones are better than others, or more active.

Also, i've searched in vain for places where one could maybe get together into projects that would not require being fully fluent yet in haskell (with the will to learn and still some solid, yet relatively untested, bases), nor that would require getting updated on a projects of perhaps several thousands of more or less obscure code (for those that come from the outside *cough* operator maniacs *cough*).

Otherwise, i'd also welcome ideas of very simple ideas of projects just to learn by doing. The idea would be to know how to do projects that actually do something, so usually there's some sort of contact with the exterior.

Thanks verymuch in advance!

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Re: Can i post code here for review and getting better?

Michael Litchard
I strongly suggest you acquire the book "Haskell from First Principles" and do each and every exercise, and not move forward until you understand the subject matter you are faced with. Do that and you will be well on the way to expertise.

On Thu, Jun 22, 2017 at 3:38 PM, Michael Litchard <[hidden email]> wrote:
I have received much help over the years from the haskell community. This is a good resource for your skill building. That said, consider also using the code review section of stack exchange. They give internet points as well. :) 

On Thu, Jun 22, 2017 at 1:21 PM, Silent Leaf <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi, 
I'd like to know if this mailing list would be an appropriate place to post code and ask for review. The purpose would not be to help me do it, but to tell me how to do it better, more idiomatically, using more appropriate or powerful tools.

If not, and even if yes, are there any other places where this might be appropriate? Are there haskell forums somewhere? mind you i just got the idea, so i'm gonna check, but maybe you all know which ones are better than others, or more active.

Also, i've searched in vain for places where one could maybe get together into projects that would not require being fully fluent yet in haskell (with the will to learn and still some solid, yet relatively untested, bases), nor that would require getting updated on a projects of perhaps several thousands of more or less obscure code (for those that come from the outside *cough* operator maniacs *cough*).

Otherwise, i'd also welcome ideas of very simple ideas of projects just to learn by doing. The idea would be to know how to do projects that actually do something, so usually there's some sort of contact with the exterior.

Thanks verymuch in advance!

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Re: Can i post code here for review and getting better?

Silent Leaf
That book seems very interesting, tho all is dependent on how useful the exercises are (otherwise i think i understand most of the *theory* of the concepts in the book, but applying them to real tasks is the problem). I'll look into it, thanks!

Stack exchange code review seems great too!

so, that's a yes for asking reviews of code around here too?

2017-06-23 0:40 GMT+02:00 Michael Litchard <[hidden email]>:
I strongly suggest you acquire the book "Haskell from First Principles" and do each and every exercise, and not move forward until you understand the subject matter you are faced with. Do that and you will be well on the way to expertise.

On Thu, Jun 22, 2017 at 3:38 PM, Michael Litchard <[hidden email]> wrote:
I have received much help over the years from the haskell community. This is a good resource for your skill building. That said, consider also using the code review section of stack exchange. They give internet points as well. :) 

On Thu, Jun 22, 2017 at 1:21 PM, Silent Leaf <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi, 
I'd like to know if this mailing list would be an appropriate place to post code and ask for review. The purpose would not be to help me do it, but to tell me how to do it better, more idiomatically, using more appropriate or powerful tools.

If not, and even if yes, are there any other places where this might be appropriate? Are there haskell forums somewhere? mind you i just got the idea, so i'm gonna check, but maybe you all know which ones are better than others, or more active.

Also, i've searched in vain for places where one could maybe get together into projects that would not require being fully fluent yet in haskell (with the will to learn and still some solid, yet relatively untested, bases), nor that would require getting updated on a projects of perhaps several thousands of more or less obscure code (for those that come from the outside *cough* operator maniacs *cough*).

Otherwise, i'd also welcome ideas of very simple ideas of projects just to learn by doing. The idea would be to know how to do projects that actually do something, so usually there's some sort of contact with the exterior.

Thanks verymuch in advance!

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Re: Can i post code here for review and getting better?

Michael Litchard
That's a yes. :)

On Thu, Jun 22, 2017 at 4:58 PM, Silent Leaf <[hidden email]> wrote:
That book seems very interesting, tho all is dependent on how useful the exercises are (otherwise i think i understand most of the *theory* of the concepts in the book, but applying them to real tasks is the problem). I'll look into it, thanks!

Stack exchange code review seems great too!

so, that's a yes for asking reviews of code around here too?

2017-06-23 0:40 GMT+02:00 Michael Litchard <[hidden email]>:
I strongly suggest you acquire the book "Haskell from First Principles" and do each and every exercise, and not move forward until you understand the subject matter you are faced with. Do that and you will be well on the way to expertise.

On Thu, Jun 22, 2017 at 3:38 PM, Michael Litchard <[hidden email]> wrote:
I have received much help over the years from the haskell community. This is a good resource for your skill building. That said, consider also using the code review section of stack exchange. They give internet points as well. :) 

On Thu, Jun 22, 2017 at 1:21 PM, Silent Leaf <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi, 
I'd like to know if this mailing list would be an appropriate place to post code and ask for review. The purpose would not be to help me do it, but to tell me how to do it better, more idiomatically, using more appropriate or powerful tools.

If not, and even if yes, are there any other places where this might be appropriate? Are there haskell forums somewhere? mind you i just got the idea, so i'm gonna check, but maybe you all know which ones are better than others, or more active.

Also, i've searched in vain for places where one could maybe get together into projects that would not require being fully fluent yet in haskell (with the will to learn and still some solid, yet relatively untested, bases), nor that would require getting updated on a projects of perhaps several thousands of more or less obscure code (for those that come from the outside *cough* operator maniacs *cough*).

Otherwise, i'd also welcome ideas of very simple ideas of projects just to learn by doing. The idea would be to know how to do projects that actually do something, so usually there's some sort of contact with the exterior.

Thanks verymuch in advance!

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Re: Can i post code here for review and getting better?

Theodore Lief Gannon
/r/haskell on reddit, and its sister subs, are also a great resource. /r/haskellquestions might be best for review requests.

On Jun 22, 2017 5:37 PM, "Michael Litchard" <[hidden email]> wrote:
That's a yes. :)

On Thu, Jun 22, 2017 at 4:58 PM, Silent Leaf <[hidden email]> wrote:
That book seems very interesting, tho all is dependent on how useful the exercises are (otherwise i think i understand most of the *theory* of the concepts in the book, but applying them to real tasks is the problem). I'll look into it, thanks!

Stack exchange code review seems great too!

so, that's a yes for asking reviews of code around here too?

2017-06-23 0:40 GMT+02:00 Michael Litchard <[hidden email]>:
I strongly suggest you acquire the book "Haskell from First Principles" and do each and every exercise, and not move forward until you understand the subject matter you are faced with. Do that and you will be well on the way to expertise.

On Thu, Jun 22, 2017 at 3:38 PM, Michael Litchard <[hidden email]> wrote:
I have received much help over the years from the haskell community. This is a good resource for your skill building. That said, consider also using the code review section of stack exchange. They give internet points as well. :) 

On Thu, Jun 22, 2017 at 1:21 PM, Silent Leaf <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi, 
I'd like to know if this mailing list would be an appropriate place to post code and ask for review. The purpose would not be to help me do it, but to tell me how to do it better, more idiomatically, using more appropriate or powerful tools.

If not, and even if yes, are there any other places where this might be appropriate? Are there haskell forums somewhere? mind you i just got the idea, so i'm gonna check, but maybe you all know which ones are better than others, or more active.

Also, i've searched in vain for places where one could maybe get together into projects that would not require being fully fluent yet in haskell (with the will to learn and still some solid, yet relatively untested, bases), nor that would require getting updated on a projects of perhaps several thousands of more or less obscure code (for those that come from the outside *cough* operator maniacs *cough*).

Otherwise, i'd also welcome ideas of very simple ideas of projects just to learn by doing. The idea would be to know how to do projects that actually do something, so usually there's some sort of contact with the exterior.

Thanks verymuch in advance!

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