I've had a few people e-mail me and ask me if they could read the articles I've mentioned or parts of the book we're writing, and I have to respectfully decline. These are all works for hire, which means I don't own them, and it's not my place to say who else can.
Writing for a traditional publisher is interesting. Besides my co-author, we have a dedicated technical reviewer, and we got a really great one. My co-author suggested him, and I was thrilled he was able to do it. We also have an editor who will edit the book after it goes through technical review. We don't have definitive word on who our editor will be, but they are discussing it with someone who comes very highly recommended.
Before the manuscript ever goes to the technical reviewer, Dave and I have gone back and forth through around a half-dozen drafts, have spent literally hours hashing things out on the phone and over IM. I think this is going to be a really good book. I couldn't be happier about the people I'm getting to work with.
Now I must get back to writing. Don't expect to see too many postings before the end of the month, although I probably will do at least one good technical posting once the NDA lifts just to get it out of my system. I've got a few topics that I'd like to write about that are too advanced for the books.