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PragPub

June 2012

Features

The Beauty of Concurrency in Go

by Alexander Demin

It's good to learn a new language every so often, but you have to get beyond "hello World."

Moneyball and the Science of Building Great Teams

by Peter Varhol

It's not the unsolved problems that trip you up, it's the ones you solved too easily.

Scala for the Intrigued

by Venkat Subramaniam

Scala traits remove duplication of code and provide a cleaner design.

Retrospective Velocity

by Brian Tarbox, and Heather Mardis

Looking in the rear-view mirror to see how fast you're moving.

Departments

Up Front

by Michael Swaine

The Go and Scala languages and insights for software teams.

Choice Bits

Twitter is like a zen garden. Admire the pretty stones, but don’t swallow them.

Meet the Team

Meet John Osborn, Development Editor.

Calendar

Author sightings, upcoming conferences, and other events of note.

Shady Illuminations

by John Shade

If we’re in the post-PC Era, shouldn’t we also be post-Windows?

But Wait, There’s More...

Coming attractions and where to go from here.

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