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07 Oct 2009, 13:26
Fab (1 post)

Excellent ! James Edward Gray is awesome !

08 Oct 2009, 07:06
Truls Unstad (6 posts)

Second that.

It’s so nice when someone makes the effort to produce high quality work and then gives it away for free. I love the layout of the magazine.

As for features I would really like a something on working with rails and vim, and any insight into running a company would be great too.

08 Oct 2009, 13:25
Michael Swaine (69 posts)

As Fabrice and Truls noticed, the October issue of PragPub is now out. We’d love to hear what you think about it. In fact, this is an ideal time to weigh in on the magazine in general. We have a major editorial meeting coming up next week and PragPub will be on the agenda. We’ve put out four issues now. Are we on the right track? What are we doing right and wrong? -Mike

08 Oct 2009, 21:17
Camal Cakar (28 posts)

First again, thanks for your effort. Great magazine.

Things getting better and better. I love the Android article, finally something else than this Mac world only subjects.

I hope to see a C# article soon in this beautiful journal :D

Greets from Germany!

12 Oct 2009, 17:58
Brian Tarbox (41 posts)

I love Daniel Steinberg’s idea of the writer’s experiment. I plan on signing up and participating.

31 Oct 2009, 13:05
Camal Cakar (28 posts)

Can we except the next issue soon ?

31 Oct 2009, 13:43
Michael Swaine (69 posts)

November is coming soon….

17 Feb 2010, 01:18
Neville Ridley-Smith (6 posts)

Unless I’m mistaken, there’s an error in the Answers to Last Month’s Quiz. It states Apple’s HyperCard was released in 1992. Which is way wrong.

I remember using HyperCard in some uni assignments in 1990 and before that, mucking around with it on a friend’s Mac. I also used it on my Apple IIGS when it was released for that in 1991.

Wikipedia states it was released in 1987

Small nitpick - otherwise excellent issue!

17 Feb 2010, 15:35
Michael Swaine (69 posts)

Neville, Thanks for catching that. I can’t imagine why I put 1992 in as the date for HyperCard. I wrote a book on HyperTalk that was published in 1988, so I surely know better. Mike

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