Guest Lecturer: Sasha Rush, Haskell History, Safeguards in Haskell that Avoid Runtime Errors, Expressive Functions in Haskell, Speed of Haskell, Haskell Fibonacci Sequence in One Line Using Lazy Evaluation, How Lazy Evaluation Allows if Statements, Haskell Types, User-defined Data Types, Representing the Null Type in Haskell, List Types, Strings as Lists and Recursive Type Definitions, List Functions and Pattern Matching, Type Variables and Functions, Recursive Map Function, Reasons for the Lack of Object-oriented Code in Haskell, How to Get a Job Using Haskell, Three Functions that are Easier to Write in Haskell
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