on 5/25/2012 12:59 PM

You may have heard that Don, Antonio and I have teamed up again to work on Expert F# 3.0, doing a comprehensive update with quite a bit of changes, and adding a good amount of new material to the book's first and second edition.

We are also looking for a technical reviewer who will read the full text, try out all samples, check all the code for correctness and formatting, and do all the other chores technical reviewer usually do. If you are interested and would like to be considered, and have a good amount of free time on your hands, please drop me a message here on FPish or contact either one of us via email. Thanks!


have you Noted displayed date is "on 6/24/2012 12:59 PM" where as we are still in Month of May.

Is it just me?

By on 5/25/2012 1:12 AM ()

I don't see 6/24 anywhere - what is your locale?

(edit) Right, nevermind - indeed there was an issue with updating blog entries.

By on 5/25/2012 5:05 AM ()

Don't be mean to point date issue which I could have ignored easily but thought to mention it while I am reading your post for "reviewer"

I am very newbie on F# or in functional language world however I am trying to get my hands dirty.
Here is my stack overflow profile - [link:stackoverflow.com]

I would be more than happy to take this opportunity for a technical reviewer for F# 3.0 which will also help me to advance my knowledge for F#.


By on 5/29/2012 6:42 AM ()

Let me know please if you are still looking for a techncial reviewer and willing to consider me for this task. thanks

By on 6/12/2012 2:06 AM ()

If you still need technical reviewers, I would be happy to help.

By on 8/2/2012 8:51 AM ()

Hi all - we filled the TR role a while ago, Apress picked from the folks who volunteered. Thanks for your time and effort!

By on 8/2/2012 10:57 AM ()
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