You Will Learn MonadsReason #5 to Learn Functional Programming
Monads are not that big of a deal. But learning them is a challenge. There is a law of the universe that says that once you "get" monads, you have an incredible desire to share them with the world but lose all ability to communicate how they work.
The best way to learn monads is to approach them gradually. You can use Haskell very productively without learning monads. Eventually, just by exposure, you'll get them. That's what happened to me.
You should learn functional programming. I'll give you many reasons, but this is just one. Reason #5 is that functional programming will teach you monads.
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