[racket] Suggested material for learning Racket and PL topics?

From: Grant Rettke (grettke at acm.org)
Date: Wed Aug 28 20:38:53 EDT 2013

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On Thu, Aug 29, 2013 at 5:33 AM, Nick Shelley <nickmshelley at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm interested in learning more about Racket, macros, programming languages,
> and anything else that will make me a better programmer. The problem is,
> there is so much material out there that I'd appreciate help in prioritizing
> what to do first.
> As a background, I understand that using Racket is one of the best ways to
> get better at it, and I already try to do that. I use Racket whenever
> possible at work and in personal projects. However, I also want to augment
> practice with principle by reading the great materials available and doing
> the exercises.
> I'm somewhat familiar with parts of Racket, I've gone through most of HtDP
> (both 1e and 2e), gone through about half of Land of Lisp (haven't started
> Realm of Racket yet), and I've started into a few chapters of other
> materials such as PLAI (v1), SICP, and onLisp. I also have on my list to
> read Designing Programs with Class.
> Can anyone tell me what they've found most useful and point me to materials
> that I'm not yet aware of?
> Thanks.
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