I just learned that my new book, Coders at Work is due to go to the printers on August 17th and should hit bookstore shelves about a month after that and, as I understand it, copies ordered from Amazon might show up even a bit earlier. I’m quite pleased with how it turned out and hope every programmer everywhere buys at least one copy!
Meanwhile I’m thinking about what’s next. The world of Lisp books seems to be exploding, with Conrad Barski’s Land of Lisp due out later this year and O’Reilly finally dropping their anti-Lisp policy to publish a book by Nick Levine. Meanwhile Practical Common Lisp continues to sell well. Perhaps a 2nd edition or sequel to Practical Common Lisp is in order. I also have several other non-Lisp book ideas bouncing around my head. We’ll see.