February 09, 2021
Programmers, the Medium subscription just got a lot better.
If you're at all a fan of online reading, there's a good chance you already know about and love Medium.
A self-described "living network of curious minds," Medium is a place where individuals, groups, and organizations post and discuss topics ranging from politics and current affairs to science, art, and more. It's home to digital content from established brands like The Atlantic and New York Times, and now it's also home to content from The Pragmatic Bookshelf, too.
If you're already a Medium subscriber, check us out at our new Medium Publication where you'll find PragProg content you know and love in an entirely new format. And if you aren't already a Medium subscriber, be sure to keep an eye on this space for content created just for you, too!
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Upcoming Author Appearances2021-02-09 Johanna Rothman,
PMI North Saskatchewan
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PMI SF Bay Area
2021-03-04 Johanna Rothman,
Agile New England
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ACCU Conf 2021
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