Just got back from visiting my parents for Easter and /r/Programming had some great links up today.
An R Programmer Looks At Julia
Learn Haskell Fast and Hard
*This one looks awesome. Didn’t fully go through it yet but it covers a lot of ground inside a single article.
Reddit also had quite a few Channel 9 videos up there as well.
C++ – A Language for Modern Times
A Means to Many Ends 10 Years of Haskell at Galois
They where quite a bit of Haskell links today. I’m not a Haskell programmer but check out the Haskell 98 report. I’ve only read a little bit on that site before but it should help in getting you started with Haskell language.