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500 Lines or Less by Michael DiBernardo (ed.)

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500 Lines or Less
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Publisher: The Architecture of Open Source Applications
ISBN/ASIN: 1329871278
ISBN-13: 9781329871274
Number of pages: 478

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This book provides you with the chance to study how 26 experienced programmers think when they are building something new. The programs you will read about in this book were all written from scratch to solve difficult problems.

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