Whether spring is springing or fall is falling in your neck of the woods, we’ve got new features and tools that will help you reach your learning goals. Take a look.
The reader is where the learning happens, so we’re always looking to improve it. You can now pin the table of contents and keep it open while you scroll through a book. Plus, chapters and subsections in the table of contents are now condensed and expandable for quicker navigation. And it’s even easier to add, edit, and delete highlights as you read.
We’ve added 1,500 new audiobooks in technology, business, and leadership topics from O’Reilly and other top publishers like Harvard Business Review and McGraw Hill. Add your favorites to a playlist—and save important chapters to playlists while you listen.
It kicks off May 24! The Architectural Katas challenge lets teams come up with a solution that best solves a real problem. Then an all-star lineup of judges join Neal Ford to give feedback and pick the winner. Whether you want to compete or just want to watch, it’s an incredible learning opportunity.
Our next round of Superstream events will give you an insider’s look at the latest in distributed computing, NLP in production, analytics engineering, cloud security, zero trust, and more. Don’t miss out.
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You can find live events in the Recently Added module on your home page. Grab a seat to an event and add it to your calendar before they both fill up.
If your New Year’s resolution is to learn something new, take your career to the next level, or accomplish more in less time (and with less stress) we’re here to help.
Recurring live events
Sometimes it’s the perfect course or event but just not the right timing. With live events recurring throughout the year, you can easily see all upcoming dates in one place and pick the time that best fits your schedule.
New and upcoming Superstreams
We’ve introduced three new Superstream topic areas—software development, security, and cloud. Sign up now to get an insider’s look at what’s next, plus the chance to interact with peers and ask the experts questions.
With sandboxes, you can safely experiment with technologies and practice what you’ve learned. There’s no environment to set up—just write and run code as you learn, right in your browser. Check out our new PowerShell and Spark sandboxes or dive into others from Kubernetes to Rust and Bash.
Did you know?
We add new expert playlists (and update existing ones) every month, so you always have access to what industry leaders have their eyes on.
Sit down with a pumpkin-spice latte and check out all the latest features on O’Reilly. You’re sure to find several ways to save time and help you finish 2021 on a high note.
Reader and video player
A new unified content experience across books, videos, and learning paths offers a ton of new features and improvements to explore.
- Books now give you detailed progress monitoring for the entire book (and for each chapter) as well as the ability to add the book or chapter to a playlist.
- Videos and learning paths have a new picture-in-picture functionality that lets you watch any video while working in other tabs or windows. You can follow along in a live sandbox environment or ask O’Reilly Answers about something you’ve just heard.
Translated closed captions
All English-language O’Reilly videos now offer translated closed captioning in Japanese, Traditional Chinese (Taiwanese), Simplified Chinese, Korean, French, German, and Spanish. Simply click the globe icon in the video player to select a language and choose other captions settings.
Answers from video
With O’Reilly Answers, you can already get quick, specific answers to your questions in the form of snippets of code and highlighted passages from books. But now you’ll also get answers through video courses, popular Superstream online tech conferences, and case studies.
Mobile app updates
Have an iOS mobile device? You now have the option to scroll or swipe through pages. Just select Scroll Mode or Swipe Mode on the toggle in the reader settings. And the Android app is lighter and brighter, with a more modern aesthetic and improved legibility. (Coming soon to iOS.)
New live events features
Quickly browse all events, jump into events you’ve registered for, and find recordings from your past events with a new tabbed experience. And you can now filter events by the time of day so you can easily fit learning into your schedule.
Live online case studies
Learn from someone else’s trial and error. Join these new live online case studies to explore how organizations overcame common challenges in business and technology. They can help you and your teams save time and avoid costly mistakes.
Upcoming Superstream events
Don’t miss the next round of Superstream events. You’ll get an insider’s look at the latest in software architecture roles, business analysis, securing AI, and the future of infrastructure and ops.
A day at the beach? Nuh-uh. There’s no sand between our developers’ toes—they’ve been hard at work creating new features for you. Take a look at what they’ve been up to:
Interactive books (beta)
In this early beta release, select books are interactive, providing an integrated sandbox environment right inside the book. You’ll build critical skills even faster by exploring once-static examples in a hands-on, interactive way as you read.
Chrome browser extension (beta)
Get to O’Reilly content just by opening a new Chrome tab. Plus, you can quickly access O’Reilly Answers when searching with Google or Stack Overflow.
New live events features
Finding the live event that’s right for you just got easier. With our new topics filter, you can quickly narrow down the list of all our upcoming events by topic and get more granular with subtopics to find exactly what you’re looking for. And once you’ve found the right event, simply add it to your calendar. We now support Apple, Google, Outlook, Yahoo, and others.
Upcoming Superstream events
Check out our upcoming live online Superstream events. You’ll get an insider’s look at the latest in microservices and DevOps, Java, data storage and management, architecture styles, and scaling AI.
Upcoming conversations with experts
What’s on deck for next month? Jonathan Johnson answers your Kubernetes questions, Sam Newman talks chaos engineering and site reliability engineering with Gremlin principal SRE Tammy Butow, and Neal Ford covers architecture governance with ThoughtWorks principal developer Birgitta Boeckeler. Join these live conversations with industry leaders and get your most pressing questions answered.
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