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Our latest addition to the Developer.Press was released last week -’Log Everything!’ by Mike Lohmann and Stefan Schadwinkel.

We thought we’d get to know a little more about the authors....

We have a new addition to the family! Yes, Stefan Schadwinkel and Mike Lohmann have now became the two latest authors to join the Developer.Press ranks.

So let’s get to know a little more...

Our books are great. But don’t just trust us; here are some reviews from developers who have actually bought, read and loved the books. Trust them!

Clojure Made Simple – John Stevenson...

How did you first get into developing / coding?

In “What’s our Status?” Dirk muses on how red and green status lights don’t really help you to fully understand the status of a complex system. He may not have a solution but instead calls for...

Sebastiano Armeli-Battana is the author of the successful 'MVC Applies to JavaScript' eBook.
We thought we'd get to know a little more about the author!

1. For someone that’s...

When I was in school, passing notes took some effort.

Test Driven Development (TDD) has become a cornerstone of modern software craftsmanship. Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) takes it to the next level; it provides easier to use and a more...

WebSockets are intended to build bi-directional connections between a webbrowser and a server. This must be done in a safe way. In addition, the WebSockets have a huge disadvantage (to say it...

Technical presentations aren’t TED talks. With all the facts and figures that you have to present, it’s impossible to make them exciting. Besides, the audience expects to see all those technical...

HTML5 brings new opportunities – for developers and for attackers.

Here you will see two examples of how an attacker could abuse HTML5 and how you as a developer could prevent this (or not...