June Issue of Pragmatic Programmer magazine, PragPub
June 01, 2011
Summer’s here! Get yourself a nice cold drink and settle in for this month’s issue of PragPub magazine, and find out what we mean when we talk about permeable publishing. Now free to read and share at pragprog.com/magazines.
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In this Issue
In this issue, Zach Dennis is here with some fresh insights on using Mocks. Zach helped write The RSpec Book, so he knows his Mocks.
Jeff Langr and Tim Ottinger have been demonstrating what you might call pair authoring in PragPub recently, and they are back this month with the first part of a two-part exploration of pair programming.
Dan Wohlbruck flashes back to the first book on programming ever written; Andy Hunt tackles one of the steeper segments of the agile learning curve in this month’s Guru Meditation; Jonathan Rasmusson devotes his Way of the Agile Warrior column to getting you up to speed on velocity.
And of course, don’t miss John Shade’s latest exquisite take on corporate lawyers, recycling of ideas, and Mark Zuckerberg.
You might just Like it.
- Designed for Use: Create Usable Interfaces for Applications and the Web 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
Thanks for your continued support,
Andy & Dave
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