Check out what Angus has to say at HuffPost Books!
See an excerpt from the book featured on Quartz.
"A real treat, and a book whose time has come."
—Rob Friesel, author of The PhantomJS Cookbook (Read More)
"Wild experiments are what moves a genre forward. And this is a format of programming book that's certainly never been tried before."
—Marijn Haverbeke (Read More)
—Dan Shurley, for Nomadic Press (Read More)
"Probably my favorite book about programming. This year's for sure. Totally enthralled."
—Steve Klabnik, author Rust for Rubyists, web celebrity
"I really, thoroughly enjoyed the book...Angus is hilarious, well-read, and a great writer."
—Alex Sexton, engineer at Stripe, Modernizr core team, jQuery Board of Directors, Dojo Foundation Board
"Code, literature and art are beautifully represented in @angustweets' new book."
—Jenn Schiffer, Bocoup engineer, celebrity speaker, comedian
"Sweet, edifying and laugh-out-loud funny."
—Patrick Ewing, Twitter hall-of-famer, esteemed rubyist and coiner of "duck-punching"
"You should have this book at hand at all times...so whenever you start feeling disheartened, unmotivated or simply bored with what you are doing...you'll look at it's chapters and remember that programming can be fun. That, beyond good and bad parts, beyond best practices and the professional fences with which we surround ourselves, those LEGO sets that we call programming languages, can and should be played with."
—Robert Nyman, Mozilla Tech Evangelist, Editor of Mozilla Hacks
"Looking forward to a tech book for the first time in a long time. [This] is going to be rad."
—Brian LeRoux, creator Phone Gap
—Alan Zeichick, for SD Times (Read More)
"Bring some fun inspiration to the software developer in your life."
—Monique DeVoe, for Embedded Computing Design (Read More)
"A fantastic short read that is worth picking up for any lover of computer science or literature. I cannot recommend it enough."
—The Eckleburg Project (Read More)