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2024 Spring Sale—Week Six

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This week's sale is tailor-made for those who love to tinker, explore, and have fun while learning. Use promo code 2024Fun at checkout for half off books that leverage playful projects to build serious skills! Scroll down for details.

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Build for Fun
May 21, 2024

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Automate Your Home Using Go
Dive into extraordinary and robust home automation projects written in Go. Deploy, host, and maintain code in your home lab using best of breed Go-based tools.

Portable Python Projects
Expand your knowledge of the Raspberry Pi while building nearly a dozen immediately applicable hardware and software projects. Use Python to make exciting autonomous solutions.

Programming WebRTC
Use WebRTC to build web applications that stream media and data in real time directly from one user to another, all in the browser.

Build a Weather Station with Elixir and Nerves
This project-based book gets you up to speed on building and deploying Elixir IoT applications using Nerves, as you develop a real-world IoT weather station.

Build a Binary Clock with Elixir and Nerves
Build a working binary clock using Elixir, Nerves, and OTP. Control complexity in your projects using a layered approach to software design.

Build Talking Apps for Alexa
This book will introduce you to the exciting topic of voice user interfaces, building applications known as “skills” for the Alexa platform.

From Objects to Functions
Learn Functional Programming by building a complete web application that uses Kotlin, TDD with end-to-end tests, and CQRS and Event Sourcing microservices architecture.

Essential 555 IC
Build unique and clever projects and learn how to use the most important integrated circuit ever made, the 555 timer.

Explore Software Defined Radio
Explore Software Defined Radio: Use SDR to receive satellite images and space signals.

Mazes for Programmers
Explore a dozen algorithms for generating mazes randomly, each copiously illustrated and accompanied by working implementations in Ruby.

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