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This book is for anyone who wants to learn how to build real software from scratch with a cutting-edge language. Maybe you learned Scala or Clojure on the job, but want to learn more about how to work "close to the metal" in a functional language. Maybe you're an enthusiast and want to write smaller, lightweight Scala programs that perform on tiny, near-embedded Linux sys- tems. Or maybe you're a devops engineer with a strong Java background, who is just learning Scala, and you want to write strongly typed, testable code that doesn't impose the runtime penalties of the JVM. In other words, this book is for the folks who are my peers and colleagues in the Scala and greater JVM-language community.
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This book is designed as a series of projects that introduce the fundamental and powerful techniques of systems programming, one by one. Each chapter discusses an important topic in systems programming, and in the spirit of adventure, we may not always take the most direct route to our destination. Sometimes its best to make a few mistakes, or do things by hand a few times before we skip ahead to the right answer.
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