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Who says functional programmers never have any fun? Here's some of the hoaxes and other funny stuff that's passed over the Haskell mailing list over the years.
Other jokes and fun stuff was added.
- Cartesian Closed Comic
- 3 Pages containing Haskell from Google Books Courtesy of: Haskell '05: proceedings of the ACM SIGPLAN 2005 Haskell Workshop ...
- ( Par ACM Special Interest Group on Programming Languages)
- Music of monads
- If Haskell were a working girl
- Microsoft takes over Haskell
- The Evolution of a Haskell Programmer (can you write a factorial function?)
- Haskell saves lives!
- An ode to Haskell
- Try some Haskell today!
- Functional porn
- Dr. Seuss builds a parser
- The latest Hugs release?
- Haskell fingers Enron
- Haskells 1984 parallelisms
- How to keep an imperative programmer busy for hours
- Humor/How quick can you write a ISI paper with Haskell or without it ?
- URGENT ASSISTANCE NEEDED!
- Need help with your homework?
- Need help performing?
- Haskell is slow!
- Wanda the fish is speaking
- Monads explained by the Catholic Church
- Committee Advocating The Superstitious Use of Parentheses
- The Beta Release of Glasgow Haskell (and explanation)
- The Haskerl Extension to Haskell
- HaskellWiki's QuotesPage. E.g. a quotation from <autrijus>:
- Perl: "Easy things are easy, hard things are possible"
- Haskell: "Hard things are easy, the impossible just happened"
- Lambdabot's quotes archive.
- Haskell cosmetics, pure and good for you
- Haskell No Operation
- Almost Haskell
- There's a monster in my Haskell!
- What does IO look like?, or how why threading the real world is tricky.
- King IO (freely adapted from Goethe)
- Think of a monad ...
- The warm, fuzzy thing transformer
- The Haskell Learning Curve
- Lambdacats, inspired by the lolcat phenomenon.
- The benefits of Haskell, via the Socratic method
- Hackage Theme Song
- Shooting your self in the foot
- Monads are like burritos