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Growing Rails Applications in Practice
Use discipline, consistency, and code organization to make your application grow more gently. Use the tools built into Rails to accomplish your goals.

Practical Ways to Lead an Innovative Organization
Rethink how you create management innovation. Change your practices and free your people to deliver better outcomes. Become a modern manager.

DevOps in Practice
Raise your system’s deployment frequency, and increase your production application’s stability and robustness.

Practical Ways to Lead & Serve (Manage) Others
Create trust, loyalty, and engagement as a modern manager. Learn to lead and serve others with ease.

Predicting the Unpredictable
Regain estimation sanity. Learn practical and pragmatic ways to estimate schedule or cost for your projects.

Tracking Personal Finances Using Python
Use Python, Beancount, and CLI/web tools to maintain double-entry accounting records of all your financial transactions in a plain-text file.

iOS Apps with REST APIs
Pull data from your web services into an iOS app, without wanting to toss your MacBook or Mac Mini through a window.

A Combine Kickstart
This hands-on, fast-moving kickstart introduces you to the future of declarative and reactive programming on Apple platforms.

Customer Requirements
Learn how proper work on requirements—not just your technical skills—can rescue your next software project.

Practical Ways to Manage Yourself
Discover the questions and myths that prevent management excellence.

Functional Design Patterns for Express.js
Develop exceptional Node backends that will outlive Express and expand your design palate with functional programming patterns for any tech stack.

A Functional Programming Kickstart
Create and use higher-order functions, embracing value types, avoiding side effects, and digging deep into map(), flatMap(), and apply().

A SwiftUI Kickstart
Build complicated interfaces from lightweight, composable, modifiable, and disposable views such as Text, Image, and Shapes.

Sustainable Web Development with Ruby on Rails
Create Rails apps that can be sustained for years without accruing carrying costs that make development slow and expensive.

From Chaos to Successful Distributed Agile Teams
Learn to use three mindset shifts and the agile and lean principles to create your successful distributed agile team.

A Swift Kickstart, Second Edition
This is the perfect book for the experienced developer who wants to get serious about learning the Swift programming language.

Agile and Lean Program Management
Use continuous planning, frequent deliverables, and agile and lean principles to deliver your product.

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