At certain points in your Haskell development, you might plateau. This can happen to people at many stages, including right at the start. You get used to certain patterns in the language, and it’s hard to know where to go next. This is our first article on how to break out of these plateaus. Specifically, we’ll look at breaking out of a beginner’s plateau. To jump past the simple language constructs, you need to learn how to organize your Haskell code and incorporate other people’s code.
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