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Coming Soon in PragPub

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As soon as our inside man can talk, we’ll share what’s new in iOS5. We’ll see more installments of Venkat’s new series on Scala programming; an interview with David Hussman about going beyond Scrum, Kanban, and all other brand warfare; and another staff profile. There’s an article by Jonathan Rasmusson on self-inflicted scope creep; one by Adam Goucher on lightsabers, time machines, and other automation heuristics; an essay from Jeff Cohen on developer community values; and there are new articles in the works by Brian Tarbox, Tim Ottinger and Jeff Langr, Dan Wohlbruck, and John Shade.

Coming Soon on the Bookshelf

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Venkat’s Programming Concurrency on the JVM: Mastering Synchronization, STM, and Actors is now in print. Agile Web Development with Rails, 4th Ed has been updated for Rails 3.1. And for something completely different: Cutting an Agile Groove, a video series with David Hussman, is about to release.

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