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reply Andrei Alexandrescu <SeeWebsiteForEmail erdani.org> writes:
TDPL is entering a review stage where a collection of coders from all 
walks of programming life will have one month to submit feedback that 
will shape the final version of the book.

The book has been blessed with feedback from people who already know D 
or are otherwise versed enough with languages. It would be great to 
complement that with a few programmers who are intermediate or 
experienced, use some other language, and want to learn D. Their input 
would be very valuable because the current set of reviewers and myself 
find it difficult to look at the content with a virginal eye.

If you have friends who fit that profile, please forward this to them 
and ask if they'd want to be part of TDPL. There may be a meager stipend 
involved, probably worth a good dinner for two at a decent restaurant. 
(But clearly being in this for the money would be frustrating.)


Thank you very much,

Andrei
Dec 09 2009
next sibling parent Adil Baig <adil.baig aidezigns.com> writes:
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I would be interested in reviewing the book. I have a mostly Web-Dev/PHP
background, and i'm trying to bring D into my organization on a small scale
for a start. Do you think i my inputs will help?

In any case, good luck with the book. I, for one, am waiting for it.

Regards,
Adil Baig


On Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 11:57 PM, Andrei Alexandrescu <
SeeWebsiteForEmail erdani.org> wrote:

 TDPL is entering a review stage where a collection of coders from all walks
 of programming life will have one month to submit feedback that will shape
 the final version of the book.

 The book has been blessed with feedback from people who already know D or
 are otherwise versed enough with languages. It would be great to complement
 that with a few programmers who are intermediate or experienced, use some
 other language, and want to learn D. Their input would be very valuable
 because the current set of reviewers and myself find it difficult to look at
 the content with a virginal eye.

 If you have friends who fit that profile, please forward this to them and
 ask if they'd want to be part of TDPL. There may be a meager stipend
 involved, probably worth a good dinner for two at a decent restaurant. (But
 clearly being in this for the money would be frustrating.)


 Thank you very much,

 Andrei

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<br>Regards,<br>Adil Baig<br>

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Dec 09 2009
prev sibling parent Ferdinand Niedermann <ferdinand.niedermann gmail.com> writes:
We (two computer science students from Switzerland) are interested in
reviewing too. We both know Java and Ruby and have had to write some
code in C++ too, but didn't like it a lot. Therefore we are very curious
about D.

Regards,
Thomas Ritter and Ferdinand Niedermann


Am 09.12.09 20:57, schrieb Andrei Alexandrescu:
 TDPL is entering a review stage where a collection of coders from all
 walks of programming life will have one month to submit feedback that
 will shape the final version of the book.
 
 The book has been blessed with feedback from people who already know D
 or are otherwise versed enough with languages. It would be great to
 complement that with a few programmers who are intermediate or
 experienced, use some other language, and want to learn D. Their input
 would be very valuable because the current set of reviewers and myself
 find it difficult to look at the content with a virginal eye.
 
 If you have friends who fit that profile, please forward this to them
 and ask if they'd want to be part of TDPL. There may be a meager stipend
 involved, probably worth a good dinner for two at a decent restaurant.
 (But clearly being in this for the money would be frustrating.)
 
 
 Thank you very much,
 
 Andrei

Dec 10 2009