April 27, 2020
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A deep dive into a new technology can be thrilling, enlightening, and…time consuming. When you don’t have the bandwidth for an exhaustive exploration, a short but highly focused tour can still spark your imagination, get your creative juices flowing, and leave you just a little smarter than you were before. Whet your appetite for more with books designed to give you a small taste of the main meal.
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Powerful Command-Line Applications in Go
Work through practical examples to develop elegant and efficient tools, applying Go’s rich standard library, its built-in support for concurrency, and its expressive syntax. Go might just be the fastest—and most fun—way to automate tasks, analyze data, and address systems requirements.
Seven Languages in Seven Weeks
Clojure, Scala, Erlang, Haskell, Io, Prolog, and Ruby. Hit what’s essential and unique about each language using techniques that show off the language’s most important features. Use concepts from one language to find creative solutions in another, or discover a language today that may just become one of your favorites tomorrow.
Seven More Languages in Seven Weeks
Lua, Factor, Elixir, Elm, Julia, MiniKanren, and Idris. New programming languages arm you with the tools and idioms you need to refine and excel at your craft. Discover how software developers across broadly different communities solve problems that are important enough to compel new language development.
Seven Databases in Seven Weeks, Second Edition
Explore five database models—relational, key/value, columnar, document, and graph—using challenges faced by real applications. Learn how MongoDB and CouchDB are strikingly different, improve speed and performance with Redis and Neo4J, build a cluster of HBase servers using cloud services, and more.
Small, Sharp Software Tools
No matter what language or platform you’re using, you can harness the command line to create projects, run servers, and manage files. You can even create new tools that fit right in with grep, sed, awk, and xargs. Through hands-on activities and exercises, you’ll gain the confidence to use the CLI to its fullest potential.
Seven Web Frameworks in Seven Weeks
Sinatra, CanJS, AngularJS, Ring, Webmachine, Yesod, and Immutant. This survey of frameworks and their unique perspectives will inspire you and get you thinking in new and effective ways. Whether you need a new tool or just inspiration, get a taste of each with ideas that are sure to help you create better apps.
Seven Concurrency Models in Seven Weeks
Threads and locks, functional programming, separating identity and state, actors, sequential processes, data parallelism, and the lambda architecture. Exploit parallel architectures to improve your code’s performance, scalability, and resilience, using tools that help you write crystal clear, high-quality code.
Seven Mobile Apps in Seven Weeks
Build seven different non-trivial, mobile apps using seven different tools. You’ll start out with Mobile Web; develop native apps on iOS, Android, and Windows; and finish by building apps for multiple operating systems using the native cross-platform solutions RubyMotion, React Native, and Xamarin.
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