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Coming Soon in PragPub
In the works: Sam Aron is writing an article on using data structures to represent musical compositions and synthesis with working examples in the Clojure music toolkit Overton. Julius Seporaitis has some ideas to share about a new way of creating web applications. And Christoph Pater suggests that, if there is technical debt, maybe we should have technical debt counsellors.
Recent Releases from the Bookshelf
Working with Unix Processes is now available, Seven Databases in Seven Weeks: A Guide to Modern Databases and the NoSQL Movement is now in print, and Edit Text at the Speed of Thought is now in beta.
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