According to Tim Sweeney, 'Haskell is a language that is generations ahead of today's mainstream'. Last year, in parallel to my research in financial engineering, I tried to wrap my mind around Haskell's wonderful new concepts. It was hard, even for an experienced programmer, but I had a helpful ally: the beta chapters of Real World Haskell.
After a long time the book is finished and my copy has actually arrived. I already knew this book was destined to become a technical bible. The surprise was to see my name in the prologue of this important book: