[erlang-questions] New Erlang EBook

Youngkin, Rich richard.youngkin@REDACTED
Wed Mar 11 14:12:45 CET 2015

Hi Zach,

Can you post a table of contents on the website?


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> Date: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 07:56:31 +0200
> From: Zachary Kessin <zkessin@REDACTED>
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> Subject: Re: [erlang-questions] New Erlang EBook
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> I put a sample chapter (On Shrinking) online
> http://www.erlang-quickcheck-book.com/sample/
> --Zach
> On 03/05/2015 01:50 PM, Roger Lipscombe wrote:
> >> If Zach wishes to charge money for his book, that's his prerogative.
> >> He's written before and is likely aware of the consequences (Will
> >> readers expense it at work, pirate it at home, borrow it from a library?
> >> Does pricing change the perception people have from the book in terms of
> >> quality?) and able to choose what he's comfortable with.
> > Absolutely agree with this. It is totally Zach's prerogative. Doesn't
> > make me stop wishing that there was a sample chapter available for
> > free, though. $39 seems like a lot to plunk down sight unseen. For
> > this reason alone, I'll be holding back.
> >
> > Contrast this with the fact that I just this morning bought "Your Code
> > As a Crime Scene" from Pragpub based on reading a couple of sample
> > pages.
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