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Venkat Subramaniam’s series on refactoring to functional style in Java 8 will appear in all 12 issues of PragPub this year. It started with the January issue. For those who missed the early issues, we have a special 2017 subscription deal: all of 2017 (and all of Venkat’s series) for $15. We’ll send you the already-published issues for 2017 right now, and the new ones as soon as they are published.

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Venkat Subramaniam’s series on refactoring to functional style in Java 8 will appear in all 12 issues of PragPub this year. It started with the January issue. For those who missed the early issues, we have a special 2017 subscription deal: all of 2017 (and all of Venkat’s series) for $15. We’ll send you the already-published issues for 2017 right now, and the new ones as soon as they are published.


 

April 2017

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The April 2017 issue of PragPub focuses on low-code, an increasingly popular approach to programming that leverages visual development tools and third-party infrastructure so you can focus on the ten percent of your app that is unique. We also have articles on Refactoring to Functional Style in Java 8, Mob Programming, plus Swaine’s World, New Manager’s Playbook, Johanna on Managing Product Development, Antonio on Books, and Shady Illuminations. Here’s more helpful detail about what’s in the issue.

 

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April cover

The April 2017 issue of PragPub focuses on low-code, an increasingly popular approach to programming that leverages visual development tools and third-party infrastructure so you can focus on the ten percent of your app that is unique. We also have articles on Refactoring to Functional Style in Java 8, Mob Programming, plus Swaine’s World, New Manager’s Playbook, Johanna on Managing Product Development, Antonio on Books, and Shady Illuminations. Here’s more helpful detail about what’s in the issue.

 

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The April 2017 issue of PragPub focuses on low-code, an increasingly popular approach to programming that leverages visual development tools and third-party infrastructure so you can focus on the ten percent of your app that is unique. We also have articles on Refactoring to Functional Style in Java 8, Mob Programming, plus Swaine’s World, New Manager’s Playbook, Johanna on Managing Product Development, Antonio on Books, and Shady Illuminations. Here’s more helpful detail about what’s in the issue.

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