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Get the inspiration you need to bring in new technologies or gain the extra evidence to support your software development plan. Learn from language creators and the world's leading experts in software development through key insights from their most recent books.

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Discover the technologies or solutions that you were not aware of through the key takeaways from the most recent and important books from software development. Get one newsletter per month with a quick overview of four hand picked books, written by domain authorities.

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Our Books

THE ART OF STRATEGY

Erik Schön

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Chaos Engineering: System Resiliency in Practice 1st Edition

Casey Rosenthal

Nora Jones

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Monolith to Microservices: Evolutionary Patterns to Transform Your Monolith 1st Edition

Sam Newman

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Elm in Action

Richard Feldman

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Our Authors

Erik Schön

Author of The Art of Strategy

Mike Amundsen

The (API) uncle you wish you had — the ultimate expert. #api

Aaron Parecki

Senior Security Architect at Okta

Casey Rosenthal

CEO & Cofounder of Verica.io

Hanna Prinz

Consultant at InnoQ

Richard Feldman

Author of “Elm in Action” and THE Elm master

Eberhard Wolff

Prolific Author of all Things Architecture. Working for 15+ years as an Architect & Consultant

Dave Thomas

Author of The Pragmatic Programmer

Saša Jurić

The ultimate beacon in the Elixir space; author of one of the most important books, "Elixir in action" #elixir #erlang

Kevlin Henney

Editor of two books both including '97' in the title; excellent and entertaining on stage. One of our favorite quotes by Kevlin: "Less code = less bugs"

Andy Hunt

Author of The Pragmatic Programmer

Nora Jones

Chaos Engineering Pioneer, Co-Founder and CEO at Jeli

Gregor Hohpe

Chief IT Architect at Allianz Technology

Sam Newman

THE microservices expert. Author of best-selling books "Building Microservices" and "Monolith to Microservice"

Trisha Gee

Developer Advocate & Java Champion

Jim Webber