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Paul Callaghan and Uncle Bob Martin have been collaborating on something that looks pretty interesting regarding functional programming. If all goes well, they’ll be sharing that next issue. Plus, Steven Roberts will continue telling you how to pursue your dreams as a gonzo engineer, 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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“Mobile” is no longer the future, it’s the present.  

Android is booming like never before, with millions of devices shipping every day. Create stunning 3D games and visuals on the Android platform using OpenGL ES for Android.  

And over in the iOS world, Core Data is Apple’s recommended way to persist data: it’s easy to use, built-in, and integrated with iCloud. It’s intricate, powerful, and necessary—and Core Data, 2nd. Ed. is your guide to harnessing its power. You can visit our site for even newer news.  

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