Monday, May 30, 2016

PragPub Issue #45, March 2013

PragPub Issue #45, March 2013
Each month, editor Michael Swaine brings you a free magazine packed full of interesting articles, features, and departments.

This month’s issue highlights the following topics:

What If You Don’t Want to Pivot?
Launching a Gonzo Engineering Project
Finding the Geek Who Fits
Being the Geek Who Fits
Uncle Bob and Functional Programming
Plus: Up Front, Choice Bits, Becoming a Self-Certified Pomodoro Master, Solved!, Calendar, Shady Illuminations

Along with the issue you will also periodically receive offers, tips, and other exclusives from the Pragmatic Bookshelf that you won't gain elsewhere.

The Pragmatic Programmers is a company with a simple goal: we want to improve the lives of developers. We do this by creating timely, practical books, audio books and videos through the Pragmatic Bookshelf and working closely with the Pragmatic Studio to create the best developer training there is. The stuff we produce is timely and relevant because it is written by programmers for programmers.

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