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Joe, I was wondering if in the second edition of y...

2007-08-21T14:40:00.000-07:00

Joe,

I was wondering if in the second edition of your book you might include a short history of Erlang beginning with its roots in Prolog. I have been reading http://www.coli.uni-saarland.de/~kris/learn-prolog-now/ and have found it fascinating to see where things started off in Erlang. I do not have an ACM account to be able to read your presentation at HOPL-III.

I have also



It is quite unique for me to have the opportunity ...

2007-08-21T05:40:00.000-07:00

It is quite unique for me to have the opportunity to read the thoughts of an author while reading the book, and I like it a lot. BTW Joe I am sure that Dave did indeed something really good to you by helping you to find your voice for the book, but mind you, I had love to read more from you in the style above, yes even about Erlang or Ruby or Smalltalk :).

Great writings.




I went through the beta of the pre-release pdf of ...

2007-06-16T22:08:00.000-07:00

I went through the beta of the pre-release pdf of the upcoming book some time ago and am waiting for my print copy to arrive in the mail. I probably typify the curious Java/C programmer who is newly intrigued by Erlang. I think a few things are under-emphasized in everything I have read from any source:

- The FSM/Tail recursion link. Functions doing receives and tail recursion look



I smiled as I read your post Joe. I am so glad tha...

2007-05-30T16:00:00.000-07:00

I smiled as I read your post Joe. I am so glad that you have written this book, and in doing so that you have found a new "voice" which will be comfortable to those learning the language for the first time. As an aside, I *am* exactly your target audience; an experienced programmer of Perl, Python, Java/JEE and now Ruby (and Rails) who has been tyre-kicking dynamic languages like Haskell, Lisp



any idea of when we can expect the next installati...

2007-03-30T14:26:00.000-07:00

any idea of when we can expect the next installation of the book Joe?

I've just finished reading your 'Making Reliable Distributed Systems' thesis and I'm feeling very inspired. really loved your idea of having "magic" processes for dealing with things like spawn - it just feels clean and elegant. do you have plans to expand on this further?



and I've just finished reading that book... and wh...

2007-03-15T17:27:00.000-07:00

and I've just finished reading that book... and what a book it was!

On on hand I feel really rather pleased that there's finally a wonderfully straight forward introduction to Erlang that any programmer can understand. On the other I'm a tad jealous that everyone has access to this resource and it's no longer my satisfying little secret!

just need to get ahead of the game before



I bought the PDF beta yesterday and it's great. Yo...

2007-03-04T09:07:00.000-08:00

I bought the PDF beta yesterday and it's great. You sound like a true Pragmatic Programmer in the pages. Thanks for the effort. I don't know Erlang very much (I'm a Python dev) and I'm gonna love the book ;-)



Whoa, whoa, whoa... I think I'm hyperventilating! ...

2007-03-04T06:17:00.000-08:00

Whoa, whoa, whoa... I think I'm hyperventilating! Thanks for answering our prayers. Never regretted giving my money to PragProg :). Me off to order a copy...



I ordered the beta book the instant I read about i...

2007-03-03T17:21:00.000-08:00

I ordered the beta book the instant I read about it on programming.reddit.com - I think you made a good decision going with the Prag guys... you'll reach a lot of people through them.

I read your thesis during my vacation in Maine this year - along with a Hemingway novel... sorry to say he's a better writer. I hope you're not offended.

I have dabbled with Erlang for quite some