O'Reilly 'Review for Developers': Often we developers will work with technology A version 1 for two years, then with technology B version 1 for two years. then with technology C version 1 for two years - and then need to work again with technology A, versions 1 and 2.
For this purpose, a "Developer's Review of Technology A" would be helpful; similar to "Review of Calculus II" or "Review of DiffEq", a review text would be short and succinct, intended only to bring the already-experienced programmer back to full proficiency.
The Pocket Reference and Nutshell series already serve this purpose reasonably, but I wonder whether there is any way to further tailor texts to such a review purpose.
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