Hi guys! I wanna start to study OCaml, but I dunno how to start. Should I start reading some book like Real World OCaml? Or some course? Thx <3
The real world OCaml book is pretty good. I’d recommend using their newer edition: http://dev.realworldocaml.org/
If you like MOOC format then the OCaml MOOC is an excellent option. They have a new session that is currently running -> https://www.fun-mooc.fr/courses/course-v1:parisdiderot+56002+session04/about
That said, if you don’t have much experience with other programming languages, I’d recommend starting with Beginning OCaml followed by More OCaml (both by John Whitington; More details at: http://ocaml-book.com/). I think its a more gentle introduction to OCaml and focuses on the language without worrying about other tooling. After this Real World OCaml can be a good introduction to using some libraries from the ecosystem, using dune to build/test projects etc.
I’d also recommend joining the discord channel and post on the #begnners channel if you get stuck: https://discordapp.com/invite/cCYQbqN