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Play Framework Cookbook - Review copies

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Hello! I work with Packt publishing, and we recently released a book: Play Framework Cookbook. I'd like to give you a short summary of the book.

The book covers more than 60 recipes, effective in leveraging the advanced concepts of the Play Framework. Being completely outlined with working applications, the book takes you through each layer of the technology dealing with objectives like making your application more modular, integrating play applications into your CI environment, leveraging external APIs without letting your applications go down on problems, adding custom monitoring points deep inside your application to simplify bottleneck detection amongst other features. Almost every example is provided with a source code, to provide you with the best learning experience. More information about the book can be found here: http://www.packtpub.com/play-framework-cookbook/book.

We seek potential reviewers for the book. If you have a fair idea of Play! framework, and are interested in reviewing the book, then I'd be glad to send you an e-copy of the same. You can contact me on my email: jiteshg@packtpub.com

Thank you!

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