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PragPub

December 2009

Features

Automating Screencasts

by Jason Huggins

Are you ready for your closeup?

Going Naked

by Dan Haywood

Take a stroll down the Naked Objects path.

Forgive and Remember

by Paul Butcher

Paul offers some advice to make debugging a learning experience.

Our Daily Bread

by Steve Peter

Take control of what goes into this fundamental food and enjoy your own bread fresh from the oven.

Departments

Up Front

by Michael Swaine

Meet the people who make the magazine.

Choice Bits

Tweets, posts, and chatter on programming and life.

How Do We...?

by Dave Thomas

People often ask how we do what we do. This series explains…

Get a Life

by Daniel Steinberg

Daniel gets a jump on his January diet with an Agile approach.

The Working Geek

by Andy Lester

For a guy who is fond of saying “Life is too short to work a crappy job,” Andy gives surprising advice in his new monthly column on the working life of a techie.

Swaine’s World

by Michael Swaine

Tell us a story—even if you’re just introducing a new systems language.

The Quiz

This Month: The Return of the Text Sudoku.

Calendar

by Jackie Carter

Author sightings and other notable events.

Shady Illuminations

by John Shade

Google releases a new programming language and John Shade finds a bit of Python in it.

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