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A deep look at the market for books on programming languages.
In this fourth post of "State of the Computer Book Market," we look at programming languages and drill in on each language area.
A Google I/O puzzler, more sandbox mayhem, and Go prepares to take wing.
While we wait to sign up for two of the major conferences of the year, Google has released a brainteaser, Java suffers another security breach, and a new language prepares for takeoff.
Adobe immobilized mobile Flash, Eclipse joins the vanity language fad, and one man asks if brainteasers really find good programmers.
Flash isn't dead, but Adobe is checking into hospice options. Eclipse adds another language to the list of ones almost but not exactly like Java. And how do you find good programmers? Probably not with brainteasers.
Medical devices are remotely hacked, Google Maps get a price tag, and Linus Torvalds really doesn't like a certain language.
If you own an insulin pump, someone out there might have a hack with your name on it. Google decides to make high-volume Maps API users pony up some cash, and the creator of Linux goes after C++.
Win8 for free, Google throws a Dart, and Congress whiffs on patent reform.
Stuart Sierra on why Clojure is catching on.
Stuart Sierra digs into Clojure: what it is, how it works, and why it's attracting Java developers.