Google Tech Talk (more info below)
October 14, 2011
Presented by Mark Lentczner.
Want to know a little more about programming Haskell than just the buzz-words? This talk will show you some of the joys coding in Haskell through lots and lots of code examples.
No prior experience with Haskell or functional programming required. Just be ready for some strange and wondrous code!
Code: https://github.com/mzero/haskell-amuse-bouche (tag v2 matches the video)
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