It struck me, as I started typing this page, that I don’t move around nearly enough to warrant including a location in each blog post. Maybe once every few years when I move I can write “the next 5 years of blogging coming to you from city name” or something to that effect. Anyhow… As usual, I realised I haven’t blogged in ages. Like most blogs, mine seems to be a sort of metablog about blogging (or the absence thereof) rather than content. Perhaps this is the start of something more. Time will tell.
With that in mind, I’ve decided my primary focus – outside of whatever I’m doing at work, which will likely be a combination of Ruby and Objective-C – will be Haskell. I’m tired of having to resolve problems and rediscover things I’ve learnt before, so I’m going to try catalogue things as I learn them.
I watched some presentations given by Nick Partridge on Haskell, and learnt about or was reminded of a few things. Briefly:
Those were the salient points for me. Now I’m off to try my hand at getting Yesod up and running.