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Coming Soon in PragPub

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Rubyists should be pleased. We’ve got a couple really nice Ruby-related articles in the pipeline. They might just both show up next month. And Steven Roberts will continue telling you how to pursue your dreams as a gonzo engineer. Paul Callaghan will continue his exploration of using the Haskell language for Web development and Matthias Günther will take you on to the next step in mastering the Pomodoro Technique. And John Shade and our other regular features will be here as well.

Recent Releases, Betas, and Upcoming Books

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Programming Groovy: Dynamic Productivity for the Java Developer is now in beta. The Sublime Text 2 screencast is out. And we have our first audio book, Pomodoro Technique Illustrated. You can visit our site for even newer news.  

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