Erlang Book - again
Wed Aug 30 08:32:32 CEST 2006
On 8/29/06, Joe Armstrong (TN/EAB) <> wrote:
> I don't think PH could be forced to do this - persuaded perhaps - forced
Well, that's what I meant. More or less :)
I'll write and ask them.
> The book is however sadly out of date.
It still could be a good read, I think.
For those who are interested I have started writing a new book.
It has proved to be difficult to find a publisher so I will be using a print
> on demand service to print the book.
> I hope you'll all buy it. If you want any particular material covering
> send me a mail.
Yes. Considering the fact that I'm already eyeing the old book on Amazon UK,
I'll definitely by the new one!
> *From:* [mailto:
> ] *On Behalf Of *Dmitrii Dimandt
> *Sent:* den 29 augusti 2006 17:26
> *To:* Erlang-Questions Mailing List
> *Subject:* Erlang Book - again
> What are the chances of "Concurrent Programming in Erlang" book becoming
> available online in its entirety?
> Why I'm asking this is that the book is clearly out of print (see Amazon
> The only available books are available at ridiculous prices<http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/013508301X/ref=dp_olp_0/104-0196500-5209562?ie=UTF8&condition=all>
> Practical Common Lisp <http://www.gigamonkeys.com/book/> has been online
> forever, it seems. And the publisher gave the author perennial rights to
> publish the book on the web.
> Moreover, Paul Graham's "On Lisp" is now also available for download<http://www.paulgraham.com/onlisp.html>
> May be Prentice Hall could be forced into giving the rights to the book
> back to its authors? And may be the authors could be persuaded to create an
> online copy of it? :)
> Or, better still, may be the authors could be persuaded to write a new
> book :)
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