This is amazing, I am preordering. Thank you very much!
Excellent! Will the ebook be available on release date?
Nice, congratulations! I’d like to order it right now
I had the opportunity to see a preliminary version of the book which already was quite complete and I was really amazed (sorry that I could not find time to send more comments). Looking forward to it!
I also would love to be able to buy a PDF version of the book.
Great! I just checked with MIT Press and they said that ebook releases are generally within 10 days of print. They’re looking into it (hopefully they can get it out even before print!), and I’ll get back to you.
I just heard that we should expect ebooks to be available starting Feb 19. It will be released as ePub, mobi, and bookmarked PDF.
I really enjoyed reading Decision Making Under Uncertainty and I am looking forward to reading this one.
I am really looking forward to reading it. From the blog post, one thing that stood out was
Code testing is done using Travis-CI, a continuous integration framework that is also triggered on every commit. Travis runs test scripts we wrote to test the code in our algorithm environments."
Did you have CI working on the latex builds as well? If so, I would love to see how you guys setup latex with CI on Travis (and julia in the same setup).
Congratulations to the both of you, eager to see the book out there to spread the message that Julia is a first choice for optimization, from integer to non-linear differentiable
Looks really nice, I plan to buy this and am looking forward to receiving it!
Thanks for all your hard work.
I can’t wait for the ebook to come out! I’ll definitely be buying a copy.
Also, thanks so much for putting the Julia implementations up on Github!
We have a script that exports the julia code blocks from the book and loads them into a separate repo. This repo is tied to Travis-CI the way other julia packages are.
I happen to have a Travis CI setup to auto-compile LaTeX for me on every commit on this repo
It also automatically uploads the PDFs to a dropbox folder (which is linked in the README)
it’s a fairly simple script, basically consists of 5 compound commands (and it only recompiles the PDF for the
.tex files which were changed in the new commit)