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If you enjoyed this book, worked through some tutorials, and learned a few things, then $39 is a completely fair price for your new knowledge, and comparable to what you’d pay for a printed book.
In addition to giving the book an extra turbo boost, you get a one-person license for Triplicate, the monospaced font—designed by me, of course—which is used throughout this book for code samples. Triplicate is $89 by itself, so Super Deluxe is a sweet deal at $99.
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If you’re a professor or other teacher who wants to use this book in a class—either as recommended or assigned reading, or as a source of examples and explanations—then this is the right payment. Because your students aren’t going to kick in anything. And $149 is still cheaper than a single copy of most hardcover textbooks.
If you’re a corporate engineering manager who wants to use this book to help your team with training, inspiration, or “driving strategic outcomes”, then spending $299 is an excellent way to share your success.
Yes. The sans serif used for body text and headings is Concourse. The slab serif used for subheads is Advocate. Like Triplicate, I designed them, and they can be licensed separately through mbtype.com.
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