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Coming Soon in PragPub

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On March 28, Google officially announced version 1 of the Go language. Binary distributions are available for Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X and Windows. In the next issue of PragPub, we’ll take a look at this interesting new language that, as Rob Pike says, is being used “for real stuff” at Google.

Coming Soon on the Bookshelf

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These books recently went to print: Seven Databases in Seven Weeks (Eric Redmond and Jim R. Wilson) and iOS SDK Development (Chris Adamson and Bill Dudney).  

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