The Pragmatic Programmer is one of the best books I’ve ever read - a copy of it sits on my bookshelf and it gets reread, cover to cover, every 18 months or so. Every time, I learn something new - and I’m reminded why I love my job.

Since the release of that book, the Pragmatic Bookshelf has published many interesting and challenging books.

Now they’ve entered a new era - with their very own magazine: PragPub: The First Iteration. The first issue is an excellent read, and they’ve managed to acquire Michael Swaine, of Dr Dobbs fame, as their editor.

Go. Read. Enjoy.

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