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- Wednesday, June 22nd, 2022 at 18:05 #316494jcapp1234Participant
I learned Haskell within 2 months by reading “Learn You a Haskell”. Only 2 months. I was under the impression that Plutus would also be easy to crack. I was so wrong. This was not because Plutus is more complicated than Haskell but rather due to the lack of comprehensive documentation. It’s very frustrating, to be honest.
When you try to teach somebody a language, you start with vocabulary, i.e., the meaning of words. Then sentence construction, then paragraph composition. I feel like Plutus starts with “paragraph composition” with a limited intro to vocabulary and sentence construction.
It would be nice if somebody gets funded through treasury to develop the documentation. I am not a dev by profession (I am a scientist), but I have a few ideas and I wanted to develop on Cardano. I don’t feel that IOG is really giving any attention to develop the docs and provide support to potential devs.
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