Fri Feb 10 21:53:26 CET 2006
Okay if they're going to publish a book on F# they should definitely
publish on Erlang, how many people have even heard of F#, that's a
really far out idea.... that said I'd probably buy it. or trade in all
my C# books for it.
On 2/10/06, Alex Peake <> wrote:
> Quote from James Huddleston of APress (jhuddleston AT ...):
> "...I'm hoping to get the first book out by the end of 2006 and establish
> Apress as the premier publisher on F# and FP in 2007..."
> So if you give it an FP focus...
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Fernando Rodriguez (by way of Helmut Enck-Radana
> <>)" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Friday, February 10, 2006 7:13 AM
> Subject: RE: Erlang Books...WAS Re: Where to get Concurrent Programming in
> Erlang (2nd Edition)
> > > At 01:55 2006-02-10, Ryan Rawson wrote:
> > > >I'm sure O'Reilly would be more than willing to publish some
> > > books if
> > > >content were furnished. Although I don't exactly work for them, if
> > > >they are willing as you noted to publish "random pet OSS project"
> > > >books, then why not erlang?
> > >
> > > Some years ago they weren't:
> > >
> > > At 11:19 2001-10-18, Joe Armstrong wrote:
> > > >At the last erlang conferense the idea of a new erlang book
> > > was discussed.
> > > >
> > > >I mailed O'reilly they wern't interested - not a big enough market.
> > Why not try A-Press? They've been publishing lisp books, sowhy not an
> Erlang on?
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