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A Journey Into Haskell: Part 3

"Learn You a Haskell" Chapter 3: So in Learn you a Haskell the book chapter 3 covers pattern matching, guards, using where, and let in. Part 4 is exclusively covering recursion. I am currently have been practicing pattern matching, guards, and using where. My...

A Small Update: Looking Towards the Future

So March is coming to a close, and I think it has been one of the intense months of my life. The coronavirus has created a dramatic change in everyone's lives. I hope that all the readers out there have been able to stay safe at this time. Cardano For the Cardano...

A Journey Into Haskell: Part 2 All Hands on Deck

What is Haskell? Haskell is a functional language, whereas most popular programming languages are imperative languages. Imperative languages allow you to give a computer a set of instructions; the computer then executes them. Whereas with functional languages, you...

 Our Incentivized Testnet experience

A collection of blog posts from when the Cardano ITN was active

Pool Ticker: HRIZN.    Pool Name: Horizn Digital

 

How to Monitor Your Cardano Stake Pool

How to Monitor Your Cardano Stake Pool

Choosing to monitor your stake pool initially, it can be a daunting task, but the creation of a few community created tools has made the process very easy. There are so many to choose from, and in the future, the list will continue to grow. There are critical features...

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Day 02: Tale of Two Names

Day 02: Tale of Two Names

So once I had the passive node up and running the next thing on my mind was how do I register the pool. Of course, this was where I decided to reference  Chris Graffagnino's Jormungandr for Newbs Guide. Of course, there is was the initial git set up and which wasn't...

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Horizn Digital StakePool is Now Live!

Horizn Digital StakePool is Now Live!

As of today we finally appear on Daedalus and Yoroi, this was the final part of the registration process. It has taken a few days to get everything set up and really at times the process was downright difficult but I was able to get it done and now here we are. That...

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Day 01: Iced Coffee and Web Servers

Day 01: Iced Coffee and Web Servers

After an evening of fighting the Ubuntu installation and I was prepped and ready to get the passive node up and running. I woke up early the next morning, made a cup of iced coffee and heated up a cinnamon raisin bagel and I was prepared to take on the day. I started...

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A Journey into Haskell

A collection of blog posts discussing Vince’s journey into learning Haskell, Vince is a computer science student and hopes to eventually work as a developer in the Cardano Ecosystem.

 

A Journey Into Haskell: Part 3

A Journey Into Haskell: Part 3

"Learn You a Haskell" Chapter 3: So in Learn you a Haskell the book chapter 3 covers pattern matching, guards, using where, and let in. Part 4 is exclusively covering recursion. I am currently have been practicing pattern matching, guards, and using where. My...

read more
A Journey Into Haskell: Part 2 All Hands on Deck

A Journey Into Haskell: Part 2 All Hands on Deck

What is Haskell? Haskell is a functional language, whereas most popular programming languages are imperative languages. Imperative languages allow you to give a computer a set of instructions; the computer then executes them. Whereas with functional languages, you...

read more
A Journey into Haskell: Part 1

A Journey into Haskell: Part 1

My Introduction into Functional Programming Before I decided to learn more about Haskell and functional programming, I had almost no interactions with the language other than the occasionally hearing about its difficulty and small viable use cases. Right before...

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A Journey Into Haskell: A Path Towards Functionality

A Journey Into Haskell: A Path Towards Functionality

Inspiration for Learning Haskell This post is the first of it is kind here, but it will not be the last. I recently decided to take the dive into functional programming. I have a few years of programming experience in school and as a hobby. Recently I felt like the...

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