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Coming Soon in PragPub

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In the queue: We’re brainstorming with screencasting guru Miles Forrest and something cool may come out of that. Frequent contributor Brian Tarbox recently attended a writers’ conference and discovered how writing code is like writing dialog. We’re talking to someone about an article on specs2, the specifications library from Scala. We’re trying to get an article on HTML5 geolocation from Brian Hogan, but he’s crazy busy. Trevor Burnham has another CoffeeScript article in mind. And we hope to introduce a new feature next issue that will give you insight into who we are and what we do.

Coming Soon on the Bookshelf

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These books are now in print: iOS Recipes: Tips and Tricks for Awesome iPhone and iPad Apps, CoffeeScript: Accelerated JavaScript Development, and Programming Concurrency on the JVM: Mastering Synchronization, STM, and Actors.

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