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READER ñ DOC Seven More Languages in Seven Weeks FREE ë BRUCE A. TATE » [PDF / Epub] ☆ Seven More Languages in Seven Weeks By Bruce A. Tate – Horticulturetrader.co.uk Popular Ebook Seven More Languages in Seven Weeks By Bruce A Tate There are many interesting things in this book format PaPopular Ebook Seven More Languages in Seven Weeks By Bru I read this book because I enjoyed its predecessor Seven Languages in Seven Weeks The seven languages in the predecessor were much relevant and up and coming such as Erlang Scala and Haskell oddly it also had a chapter on Prolog which is uite old Seven More Languages covers another seven languages again focusing on functional languages but they are much esoteric You probably haven't heard of most of them such as Elixer Elm and Idris I didn't get nearly as much out of this book as I did the first book Most of it I just scanned over Elm was a weird love child of Haskell and JavaScript Idris was just a Haskell rip off that amazingly found a way to make Haskell even harder to understand However this was worth reading because it helped me discovered Julia which I've had great fun playing with This book also gave me a new found appreciation of Lua

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Ce A Tate There are many interesting things in this book After reading Seven Languages in Seven Weeks I was eager to get this book In the first book I found Ruby and used it since then and therefore hoped to repeat that experience Unfortunately the languages covered in this book are all relatively new and have an uncertain future It’s like of the same but with less relevant players Maybe that judgement will change when those languages get traction but until then I’m disappointed

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Seven More Languages in Seven WeeksFormat Paperback and others isbn 9781941222157 350 page I didn't get the same feeling of grasping the languages ideas as I had after reading the first 7 in 7 book