After some thoughts, I figured out some other concerns than learning curve, so I rephrased the following section in home page:

(seems GitHub flavored Markdown not displayed very well in discourse, I have no clue how to format it better, sorry for the mess atm)

### The Mission

**Edh** competes with Python to help **Haskell**

instead of **C**/**C++** to be the breeding ground for next phenomenal

pieces of software, after TensorFlow,

Pandas, Numpy etc.

by providing equaly good or even better language constructs to rivals

in **Python**.

Take the Tour to see what **Edh** has to offer.

**Julia** is an alternative all-in-one solution

for the **next-big-things**, but as well as **Haskell**, **Julia** carries

high impedance to average people without highly developed

Mathematical Mindsets

But in the early years of school, we live in a system whereby students

are required, from an early age, to learn many formal mathematical methods,

such as those used to add, subtract, divide, and multiply numbers.

This is the time when students stray from mathematical mindsets and develop

fixed, procedural mindsets.

I suppose years still needed for our education system to get that situation

straight, and before that -

**Edh** is faithful to get people with just **Python**/**JavaScript**/**Go**

knowledge and skills started with a

procedural

world

with objects

in **Haskell** (and in **Julia** too I sincerely hope for chances).

– Advices and critics welcomed.