I’m currently generating my new book on “functional programming in Scala” as a PDF using a combination of Pandoc and LaTeX, and as a result it feels like I’m opening the same PDF file about 100 times a day.
Note: The print version of Hello, Scala on Amazon will be going up to $20 (USD) this Saturday, April 13, 2019. It’s currently just $10, so you know, buy it while it’s on sale and all that. :)
If you like free things, here’s a link to a free preview (PDF) of the new version of my book, “Hello, Scala.” The book is 257 pages long, and the free preview contains the first 120 pages of it, so I hope it’s a significant preview.
July, 2019 Update: Hello, Scala was previously available in PDF and Kindle versions, but hopefully there are some big changes coming, so those versions are no longer for sale.
I upgraded one of my computers to Mac OS X Lion recently, and because I'm working with images a lot right now, I quickly ran into a weird quirk: The Preview app on Lion reopens all your previous documents whenever you start it.
If you haven't seen it before, here's how this Lion Preview history feature works: