[Haskell-cafe] Draft chapters of "Real World Haskell" now publicly available

Paul Moore p.f.moore at gmail.com
Tue Jan 22 09:19:37 EST 2008

On 21/01/2008, Bryan O'Sullivan <bos at serpentine.com> wrote:
> John, Don and I are pleased to announce the beginning of the public beta
> programme for our upcoming book, "Real World Haskell".  For further
> details, please see the following blog entry:
> http://www.realworldhaskell.org/blog/2008/01/21/finally-the-public-beta-programme-begins/
> Thanks to all of the Haskell community members who have so far performed
> sterling service in commenting on our closed drafts.
> We look forward to your feedback!

I'm posting here because there doesn't seem to be an "overall" comment
section, but the TOC seems to cover less ground than I expected. Is
the TOC meant to be complete? In one of the earlier blog postings, you
said you were planning on covering OpenGL, generic programming, web
servers, debugging and profiling. None of these topics seem to have an
obvious plane in the current TOC.

Am I right in expecting the TOC to be expanded as time goes on? What's
there at present seems OK (I haven't read anything in detail yet) but
doesn't seem to cover substantially different ground than the various
other books and tutorials I've seen.


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