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  • Practical API Design

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    Jaroslav Tulach

    Practical API Design: Confessions of a Java Framework Architect will be required reading for all designers and engineers involved with the development, testing, and maintenance of APIs.
  • Makers at Work

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    Steven Osborn

    Makers at Work profiles 21 of the most creative, inquisitive, and influential "makers"--people creating new products, art, and methods using computer controls, recycled items, open-source code and plans, 3D printers, and anything else that can help them turn both whacky and incredibly insightful ideas into reality. Foreword by Brad Feld
  • Learn AppleScript 3rd Edition

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    Hamish Sanderson, Hanaan Rosenthal

    Learn AppleScript: The Comprehensive Guide to Scripting and Automation on Mac OS X, Third Edition has been completely updated for Mac OS X Snow Leopard. It's all here, with an emphasis on practical information that will help you solve any automation problem—from the most mundane repetitive tasks to highly integrated workflows of complex systems.
  • Iterating Infusion

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    Greg Anthony

    Iterating Infusion: Clearer Views of Objects, Classes, and Systems is a one-of-a-kind book, not dependent on any single technology. Rather, it provides a way to integrate the most efficient techniques from a variety of programming methods, in a manner that makes designing and programming software look easy.
  • Fast Track UML 2.0

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    Kendall Scott

    The Superstructure portion of the UML 2.0 specification is 632 pages long! This book is a distillation of the contents of the UML Superstructure document and captures the essential information for you.
  • Extreme Programming Refactored

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    Doug Rosenberg, Matt Stephens

    Don Rosenberg and Matt Stephens are not attempting to define a new methodology in Extreme Programming Refactored: The Case Against XP. Instead, they will be examining XP in the context of existing methodologies and processes such as RUP, ICONIX, Spiral, RAD, DSDM, etc.—and showing how XP goals can be achieved using these existing processes.

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