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

Dan Weston westondan at imageworks.com
Wed Jan 23 14:15:27 EST 2008

I think this points out the benefit (or even the need), given the 
fast-paced evolution of Haskell and its libraries as a whole, of an 
evolving online supplement to your book, minimally with errata and code, 
but also (as publisher resources permit) with intermittently updated 
appendices on still-evolving technologies and (most risky of all), 
advice on the best tool or library of various tasks (e.g. UI) as a 
function of risk and programmer experience.

I think this approach is the surest defense against shelf-rot.


Bryan O'Sullivan wrote:
> Wolfgang Jeltsch wrote:
>> Covering reactive programming would indeed be interesting.
> I agree.  However, we have no plans to cover this topic.  I don't
> believe any of us has used FRP, and my impression of it as an approach
> is that it's not yet cooked.  We already have our hands and TOC full
> covering well-established topics, never mind tracking the leading edge
> of research.  (For similar reasons, we won't be writing about ndp, even
> though it's got a lot more obvious crowd appeal.)
> 	<b
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