Course Description

"Advanced Functional Programming in Haskell" is a course designed to take your Haskell programming skills to the next level. Haskell is a powerful functional programming language that enables you to write elegant, concise, and correct programs that are easy to maintain and scale. This course provides advanced topics and techniques in Haskell programming that will help you become a more proficient and confident Haskell developer. The course covers a wide range of advanced Haskell topics, including monads, functors, applicatives, arrows, laziness, concurrency, and parallelism. You will learn how to use these powerful abstractions to write clean, modular, and reusable code that is easy to reason about and debug. You will also learn how to use advanced Haskell libraries and tools, such as QuickCheck, Lens, and STM, to simplify your programming tasks and improve your productivity. The course is designed for experienced Haskell developers who want to deepen their understanding of Haskell's advanced features and techniques. You should have a good grasp of Haskell's basic syntax, data types, functions, and modules before taking this course. If you are new to Haskell, you may want to start with an introductory Haskell course before diving into this advanced course. The course is taught by experienced Haskell developers who have many years of experience in designing and implementing complex Haskell systems. They will guide you through hands-on exercises and projects that will help you apply the concepts and techniques you learn in the course to real-world problems. You will also have access to online forums and support from the instructors and your peers to help you overcome any challenges you may face. By the end of the course, you will have a deep understanding of advanced functional programming concepts in Haskell and the skills to apply them to solve real-world problems. You will also have a portfolio of advanced Haskell projects that demonstrate your expertise and proficiency in Haskell programming. With the knowledge and skills you gain from this course, you will be well-equipped to take your Haskell programming career to the next level. Author: Graham Hutton