The February issue of PragPub is now available. Ted Nelson’s college years. Down-to-the metal graphics for iOS and OSX. Designers vs programmers. Testing Angular 2. And more. Here’s more about what’s in the issue.
What’s it cost?
A couple of bucks. Twenty dollars for a full year, twelve issues.
OK, fine, but are there any freebies?
Just four years’ worth.
You can download the first four years of PragPub in three formats: pdf or .mobi for your Kindle or .epub for other mobile devices here. Ad-free. DRM-free. Free. Check us out. If you like what you see, come back and get the latest issue.
How about volume pricing?
PragPub is DRM-free, but if you want to get it for your user group or classroom, it would be nice if you’d pay a little more. Check the store for pricing.
You asked us to put back issues together in some sort of easy-to-access bundle at a discounted price. How’s this? All twelve 2015 issues for $12, just click that Get It button. Want 2014? Same deal.
OK, but that’s just one year. More Back Issue bundles coming soon.
Party Like It’s 1929
I get the appeal of a Roaring 20s-themed party in general, but if you’re a major Bay Area tech company, how out of touch with your company’s image outside your bubble do you have to be to think that channeling Gatsby is a good PR move?
It’s All About the Metadata
The WaPo talks encryption, metadata, and security In Theory.