Resources for learning Haskell
Haskell is a functional computer programming language. It's pretty neat and pretty useful. As I got better at Haskell, I got better at thinking about code in other languages too. These are some resources for learning Haskell:
Learn You A Haskell tutorial: online and in book form.
There are lots of resources at the Haskell wiki's Learning Haskell.
The Haskell community is pretty friendly.
The Haskell IRC channel (#haskell on Freenode; more info)
Haskell mailing-lists. firstname.lastname@example.org is a good place to ask beginner questions. Any of the lists are good to lurk on to hear the ways Haskellers think.
(IRC is real-time group text chat; mailing lists are e-mail based group discussion.)
After doing a bit of tutorial, try using Haskell for something you want to do! It's okay if your code isn't idiomatic Haskell at first.