bfxr.net lets you make sound effects for free. This is very helpful for game development.
I just counted, and the latest version of my book on functional programming in Scala currently contains 90 short lessons and another 25 appendices. It’s going to grow a little more, but that’s where it is right now. I hope to have a first draft of it publicly available by the end of May.
Health (and other things) permitting, I hope to have a first draft of my book on Scala and functional programming (now titled, Learning Functional Programming in Scala) completed by the end of May.
It may only be in an alpha or beta state by then, but I’m debating about making it available as an Amazon ebook for a low cost at that time. I’ll be going back to work almost immediately after that, so if I don’t release it now, it may be another year before I can really finish it.
Google has released a large set of free “material icons.”
You can show used, free, total, and max memory (RAM) available in a Scala application just like you do in Java. The lines of code look like this:
I’m currently working on a trilogy of “books” (booklets) about software cost estimating, and the third book in the series is about estimating the time and cost of software development projects in an agile development environment. The book isn’t complete yet, and some of it may not make sense without the first two books in the series, but I thought I’d release it here today, as almost everyone has some sort of “agile” development environment going today (or at least I hope so).
Here’s the cover for my new, free PDF, Play Framework Recipes. (I obviously didn’t put much work into the cover, lol.) As the title implies, the book is a collection of cookbook-style recipes for the Play Framework. The book is about 80 pages in length, is currently available as a PDF, and will soon be available as a Kindle eBook. Here’s a link to more information on Play Framework Recipes.
Update, August 12, 2013: The second version of Play Framework Recipes is now available as a free PDF. It contains new appendices on Play commands, a JSON reference, improved formatting, and over 80 pages of Play Framework content. Get it from the Download section below.