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  • Perl 6 Now

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    Scott Walters

    Perl 6 generalizes the language, making it more extensible, eliminating longstanding pitfalls, and adding new concepts. Thanks to some clever people and impressive efforts, many of these features work in Perl 5, so you can start using them now in production-level code.
  • Open Source Messaging Application Development

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    Sean Egan

    Are you enamored with instant messaging? Would you like to learn how to create your own messaging application? This book shows you how, by dissecting Gaim—the world's most popular open-source instant messaging application. You'll learn how to make the most of the popular GTK+ graphical user interface toolkit.
  • Kylix

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    Jon Shemitz

    This comprehensive resource is aimed toward developers wishing to make quick inroads into developing native applications for the Linux platform. Author Jon Shemitz covers a wide-ranging selection of topics relevant to novices and experts alike.
  • JavaFX Special Effects

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    Lucas Jordan

    This book will show you what the JavaFX platform can really do for Java desktop and mobile front ends. It presents a number of excellent visual effects and techniques that will make any JavaFX application stand out—whether it's animation, multimedia, or a game.

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