October 31, 2007

The typical Haskell programmer's customs

When learning a new programming language, it's very important to learn the best practices arising from the community. For example, in Java you learn pretty soon to name your stuff in CamelCase: you'll make your code more readable by others and, at the same time, you're likely to avoid the mistakes others did before.

Haskell is no different and I found a good article by Bryan O’Sullivan, somewhat related to this.