In this episode, Richard Feldman delves into Elm, his approach, and how to make teaching delightful.
“If you want to get a different outcome than what previous teaching methods have done. I think you need to try to do things differently.” Richard Feldman
“If someone says like, “Hey, can you recommend a really good book to get into Haskell?” And if they’re not a grad student, I’m like, “I really don’t have any strong recommendations for you”. If you want to use it at work or you want to use it to build stuff like there is not a single book on Haskell that I’m aware of […] where like, Hello World is like earlier than a chapter three.” Richard Feldman
“I felt like I knew everything about programming or like I knew close to enough that I was getting diminishing returns and all of a sudden I used Elm and I was like, I know nothing.” Richard Feldman
“This is so much better than what I thought was available. I didn’t know anything like this could exist and then that’s what I wanted to do. I just wanted to build more stuff in Elm. That’s kind of what I’ve been doing ever since.” Richard Feldman