Matthew Podwysocki announced today he has set up a RWH Book Club! Matthew writes:
This book has lived up to its promise in helping better understand Haskell as a language, and furthermore, a deeper understanding of a pure functional language. Reading this book and hacking along with some samples has been a real joy as some of my Thanksgiving weekend was sitting at my laptop and hacking away. I have plenty of posts on the subject matter that I’m going to be covering while in the midst of my F# coverage. I feel that a deeper understanding of Haskell has given me better insight to cleaner F# code as well. Since I’d like to spread some of the joy around, I’d like to announce the Real World Haskell book club for which I’ve set up a Google Groups list. This group is intended to be an online group that holds sessions at regular intervals to discuss the book but as well to create some hacking projects along the wayAll the authors have joined, and we hope this will be a way to continue the community-oriented development of the book and enhance the infrastructure of RWH (more exercises, further reading, background papers, new libraries and so on). See you on the book club!