Perl publishing and attracting new developers
david at cantrell.org.uk
Thu Sep 19 21:49:58 BST 2013
On 19/09/2013 19:28, Peter Corlett wrote:
> As it happens, I own a copy of "REST in Practice". I fished it out
> of my "to read" pile and given it a quick skim. The handful of
> examples within are in C# and Java, but it's not called "RESTful APIs
> with C#/Java" for a reason: this is a book about REST itself and
> some of the common RESTful protocols, not a programming textbook.
For similar reasons (I assume) the excellent "The Art Of Unit Testing"
has "with examples in .NET" printed in a much smaller font, in grey, in
a light weight typeface, on a white background:
The language is irrelevant.
That link, incidentally, is to the first edition, which is a very good
book indeed. There's a second edition out next week, which I've not seen.
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