CIS 194 materials now on github

I’ve been meaning for a while to put the source files for my CIS 194 materials in a publically accessible place, and I’ve finally gotten around to it: you can now find everything in byorgey/haskell-course on github.

I make no particular guarantees about anything; e.g. there is a crufty, complicated shake script that builds everything, but it probably doesn’t even compile with the latest version of Shake.

There are some obvious next steps, for which I have not the time:

  1. Get everything building again
  2. Fix any outstanding typos, confusions, etc.
  3. Update it to be more specifically for general-audience learning rather than for a course at Penn
  4. Find a permanent web home for the material. It’s sort of a happy accident that it has been accessible on the Penn site for so long, but it’s not a stable situation; I don’t even know who would have access to that site anymore.

All the material is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, so go wild using it however you like, or working on the above next steps. Pull requests are very welcome, and I will likely give out commit access like candy.

About Brent

Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Hendrix College. Functional programmer, mathematician, teacher, pianist, follower of Jesus.
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