Hello! Today, for your edification, is an entire issue devoted to Haskell.
Haskell is a very interesting language that has a lot in common with Clojure. The main differences are that Haskell is statically typed and statically compiled. It is over 20 years old and is starting to see a lot of use outside of academia. But its long incubation period has blessed Haskell with what is perhaps the most advanced compiler in the world.
Clojure is on a different course from Haskell, but it has a lot to learn from Haskell as well. In fact, it already has borrowed a lot of concepts from Haskell.
Eric Normand <email@example.com>
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|do or do not, there is no try|
A Haskell prompt in the browser. Use it to try it out before you install.
A peek into discussions about Haskell and its type system.
|The Haskell Platform|
The easiest way to get up and running with Haskell. It comes with the Glasgow Haskell Compiler and many libraries.
|Haskell Research Papers|
A huge, organized list of Haskell research papers. Haskell is very actively researched and a lot of the research winds up in the main compilers. Especially check out the "Top 10" and anything by Wadler.