June 15, 2011

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In this Podcast

Miles Forrest interviews Avdi Grimm on his new book Exceptional Ruby.

Dealing with unexpected failures in code is tough, and most of the time error processing is dealt with in a haphazard way. Hear the five questions you need to ask before writing code to handle unexpected failures, as well as Avdi’s story about a cascading failure that went from bad to worse.

Now available from pragprog.com/podcasts and on iTunes.

Enjoy!

Coming Soon:

  • Designed for Use: Create Usable Interfaces for Applications and the Web in print NEXT WEEK
  • Continuous Testing: with Ruby, Rails, and JavaScript in print
  • Programming Concurrency on the JVM: Mastering Synchronization, STM, and Actors in print
  • iOS Recipes: Tips and Tricks for Awesome iPhone and iPad Apps in print

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  • Exceptional Ruby: Master the Art of Handling Failure in Ruby [in print]
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  • Code in the Cloud: Programming Google AppEngine [in print]
  • Test-Driven Development for Embedded C [in print]
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