Real-World Haskell, the book

Don Stewart, John Goerzen and I are excited to announce that we're working on a book for O'Reilly, the title of which is "Real-World Haskell". We hope that the book will be useful for getting people quickly bootstrapped into applying Haskell to real problems, and shedding the language's undeserved "academic only" aura. We're delighted that O'Reilly has agreed to publish the book under a Creative Commons license, so we'll be able to make it available to as many people as possible.

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