June 17, 2021
codebar Literary Festival with The Pragmatic Bookshelf
If you love books, technology, and deals, and you believe in a tech community made up of diverse voices and experiences, you're gonna love this.
From June 21st through June 24th, we're teaming up with codebar to bring you four fun-filled days of free tech talks on topics ranging from Python, Go, and Elixir to technical writing, team management, and even home automation. The talks will be held over Zoom, and registration is free. Plus, attendees will have a chance to be entered into a raffle for free ebooks by each of the speakers. To see the complete schedule and register for the event, visit https://ti.to/codebar/codebar-book-fair-with-pragprog.
Wanna learn even more? From 12 a.m. UTC on June 21st through 12 a.m. UTC on June 26th, get 30% off your purchases at pragprog.com with promo code LF2021.* For each purchase made, we'll donate 20% of the sale price back to codebar to support their mission of making technology and coding more accessible. Learn more about codebar and volunteering to become a codebar coach at https://codebar.io.
From learning to sharing to doing, the codebar Literary Festival with The Pragmatic Bookshelf will have something for everyone!
* There are a few exceptions; e.g., Offer is not valid for previous purchases. The Pragmatic Programmer: 20th Anniversary Edition ebook is not eligible as we do not publish it.
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Remember, the best way to tell the future is to create it.
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