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Different programming are similar in helping people build staff work as people want them to. But they all have their own features which differentiate them from other programming languages. The language type may be different, for example Java is OOP, some may have different syntax. A programming motto usually can best describe the characteristic of the programming language. For example, "Write once Run everywhere" for Java.Do you know any other programming language motto?
Do you know the mottos of programmig languages?
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Read 10 new books from O'Reilly for free

Source : LinuxToy    Date : 2013-07-03 07:56:20  

Recently O'Reilly provided free access to some books. Some of them are even in early release status. Here we recommend 10 of them.

1、Mastering Perl


2、Git Pocket Guide


3、Vagrant: Up and Running


4、High Performance Browser Networking

Browser Networking

5、802.11ac: A Survival Guide


6、Test-Driven Development with Python


7、Interactive Data Visualization for the Web

Data Visualization

8、HTML5 Canvas


9、Programming JavaScript Applications


10、Agile Data


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