I am volunteering as the teaching assistant of a MOOC in Introduction to Programming in Haskell. I'd be glad to see members from the Brilliant community join.
Why Haskell?
Haskell is a functional language. This means, problems in Haskell are solved by describing what the problem is and how it can be solved by composing smaller logical units, called functions, together. This is as opposed to the usual sense of programming where programs are a bunch of instructions.
Consider the following implementation of Quicksort in Haskell:
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Sorry, I do not have the powers to add Haskell in the coding environment for Brilliant. If I could, and also had the technical expertise, I would have :)
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Yes, I found it interesting too! Haskell is a lovely language
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Can you add Haskell in the coding environment?
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Hi friend :)
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$\smile$
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Languages are wonders.
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