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From technologies that let us communicate with each other to programming languages that help us communicate through code, Karl Stolley, author of Programming WebRTC, knows a lot about how we express ourselves and how we can all do it better. Want to communicate with Karl yourself? Read his interview, join the AMA, and get your chance at a free copy of his ebook. Scroll down for details.

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Express Yourself Through Code
November 16, 2022

After 15 years of teaching the next generation of software developers, Karl Stolley recently made the jump from university professor to senior software engineer. And his love for learning, his ability to dive deep into highly-technical topics, and his experience running a development research group dedicated to investigating open source technologies have all helped make the transition a true success.

We recently had a chance to talk with Karl about his WebRTC book, peer-to-peer technologies, writing beautiful and expressive code, code documentation, and, of course, the ubiquity of JavaScript and whether or not that's a good thing. Karl's unique and extremely well-informed take on it all gave us a whole new and much better way to look at even the most commonplace aspects of our jobs as software developers. We're sure it'll do the same for you, too!

You can read the full interview with Karl at https://forum.devtalk.com/t/spotlight-karl-stolley-author-interview-and-ama/82817/2. And while you're there, be sure to drop a question in the AMA. You'll get a personal answer back, and you'll also get a chance to win a free ebook copy of Programming WebRTC.

And if AMAs aren't your thing, use the promo code devtalk.com for 35% off Programming WebRTC at pragprog.com.

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