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.
Somewhere in mid-2017 I started working on a Kotlin programming book, but then I had to get away from it to work on other things. When I got back to it recently I looked around and felt like the world didn’t need another “Introduction to Kotlin” book — there are a couple of good ones out there, including Kotlin in Action, and the kotlinlang.org documentation is excellent — so I decided to ditch the project completely.Back to top
Kotlin Quick Reference
But then when I started writing some Kotlin code again I realized that what I really needed was a quick reference. I didn’t want to have to dig through a tutorial book or website to find what I need, I just wanted something like a large cheat sheet where I could quickly find the Kotlin syntax and examples for whatever I was working on at that moment. So I decided to strip down what I had already written and create both a book and a Kotlin Quick Reference website.
For Cyber Monday I reduced the price of the PDF version of “Functional Programming, Simplified” to $22.50. (Price good on November 25 and 26, 2018 only.) Click here to buy the book!
July, 2019: Hello, Scala, is now available only in print form:
It was previously available in PDF and Kindle format, but there are some big changes planned, so those versions have been removed for the time being.
As the subtitle of the book shows, the purpose of this book is to help you learn the Scala programming language with small, easy lessons. The book consists of a little over 50 lessons, and it’s 258 pages long.
The PDF version of Hello, Scala is now available here on Gumroad.com. The regular price will be $20, but it’s currently on sale for just $10.
I just learned that Warren Buffett’s shareholder letters can be found here in PDF format.
As a brief note to self, when you need to control spacing at the top of the title page (titlepage) in a LaTeX document, use the
\vspace command, as shown in this example: