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In this episode, Ben and Joe take a look at the Haskell version of Noodle, a zsh history analyzer.
We cover some interesting Haskell nuggets in the implementation. If you'd like to see more, we recommend Learn You a Haskell. You can also see slides from Joe's presentation, Why use Haskell?.
If you'd like to try implementing noodle in Haskell yourself, the quickest way to get started is to install the Haskell Platform. On OS X, just
brew install haskell-platform.