Can I put this tutorial on my site or change it or whatever?

Sure, it's licensed under a creative commons license, so you can share and change this, as long as you do it with a smile on your face and for non-commercial purposes.

Do you recommend any other Haskell reading material?

There are loads of awesome tutorials out there, but I'd just like to point out how great Real World Haskell is. It's really great. I feel it complements this tutorial nicely. This tutorial focuses mainly on using simple examples to ease beginners into learning Haskell, whereas Real World Haskell really shows you how to do useful stuff with it.

Another great Haskell resource is Try Haskell, which allows you to try Haskell right in your browser and offers a rad interactive walkthrough.

How do I get in touch with you?

The best way would be to shoot me an email to bonus at learnyouahaskell dot com. I kinda suck at email though, so please, please don't be mad if I don't reply in a timely fashion!

Your book is cool but I want some exercises too!

Coming soon! A lot of people have been asking me to add exercises, so I'll be putting some up soonish.

Tell me about yourself!

My name is Miran Lipovańća, I reside in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Most of my time is spent on doing nothing in particular, but when I'm not doing nothing I'm either programming, drawing, boxing or playing bass. I even have a cool bass tabs site. I also have a collection of stuffed owls and sometimes I talk to them and they talk back.