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Bruce Eckel (BruceEckel.com) is co-author or author of Atomic Scala, Thinking in Java, the Hands-On Java eSeminar, Thinking in C++, C++ Inside & Out, and First Steps in Flex. He was a founder of ANSI/ISO C++ and was the chair of both the C++ and Java tracks at the Software Development conference, is cofounder of the JavaPosse Roundup Conference and creator of the Scala Summit Conference.

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CRAFT is about software craftsmanship, which tools, methods, practices should be part of the toolbox of a modern developer and company, and it is a compass on new technologies, trends.

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Aug 17, 2014

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    Bruce Eckel was at the beginning of my Java study, his Thinking in Java was very thorough on many topics and quite tough to get through, but well worth it. It was nice to see him presenting, it all made sense although being more on the reviewing side for me. Shame about the overdriven microphone. ;-)

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