New baby, and Haskell Alphabet

My wife and I just had a baby!

If you missed seeing me at ICFP, this is why.

In honor of my son’s birth (he will need to learn the alphabet and Haskell soon)—and at the instigation of Kenny Foner—I revived the Haskell Alphabet by converting it to modern Hakyll and updating some of the broken or outdated links. Some of it is a bit outdated (I wrote it seven years ago), but it’s still a fun little piece of Haskell history. Enjoy!

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About Brent

Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Hendrix College. Functional programmer, mathematician, teacher, pianist, follower of Jesus.
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One Response to New baby, and Haskell Alphabet

  1. Jay McCarthy says:

    Woo! Congrats!

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