chromatic

chromatic manages Onyx Neon Press, an independent publisher. His areas of expertise include agile software development, language design, and virtual machines for dynamic languages. He is also a published novelist. His books include The Art of Agile Development and Masterminds of Programming.

Masterminds of Programming Masterminds of Programming
by chromatic , Federico Biancuzzi
March 2009
Print: $39.99
Ebook: $23.99

The Art of Agile Development The Art of Agile Development
by chromatic , James Shore
October 2007
Print: $39.99
Ebook: $33.99

Perl Hacks Perl Hacks
by chromatic , Damian Conway, Curtis Poe
May 2006
Print: $29.99
Ebook: $23.99

Perl Testing: A Developer's Notebook Perl Testing: A Developer's Notebook
by Ian Langworth, chromatic
July 2005
Print: $29.95
Ebook: $23.99

Extreme Programming Pocket Guide Extreme Programming Pocket Guide
by chromatic
July 2003
Print: $14.99
Ebook: $12.99

Running Weblogs with Slash Running Weblogs with Slash
by chromatic , Brian Aker, David Krieger
January 2002
Print: $39.99

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"This book is very inspiring and funny...Read it if you're interested in Programming languages."
--Mostafa Farghaly, Amazon.com

"Generally speaking, the book is well written and thought provoking. It puts some arguments to rest, sometimes after decades. It creates new arguments to be had within the programming community. It gives amazing insight into the creation of programming languages as well as programming itself. "
--Taran Rampersad, KnowProSE.com

"Rugged. Indestructible. Indispensable. Whether you’re a newcomer or an expert, you’ll find great value in Perl Hacks, the only Perl guide that offers something useful and fun for everyone. Each hack in Perl Hacks is a short lesson. Some are practical exercises that teach you essential skills, while others illustrate some of the fun things that Perl can do. Learn how to add CPAN shortcuts to the Firefox web browser, read files backwards, write graphical games in Perl, and much more."
--brian d. foy, The Perl Review