self-publishing

Posts based on my experiences of self-publishing my "Practical Unit Testing with TestNG and Mockito" book - http://practicalunittesting.com

1, 2, 3, KANBAN!

Z radością informuję, że dostępna jest już moja najnowsza ksiażka - tym razem o kanbanie!

 

From AsciiDoc/DocBook to PDF, ePub and mobi - part 4

Recently I have learned one (very useful!) trick, that I wanted to share with you. It occurred that it is very simple to create PDF files with custom embedded fonts.

 

From AsciiDoc/DocBook to PDF, ePub and mobi - part 3

We already know how to generate HTML, TXT and PDF, but since everyone is using smartphones/tablets nowadays we need to go mobile. This time we will look into ePub and mobi (Kindle) formats.

 

From AsciiDoc/DocBook to PDF, ePub and mobi - part 2

This time we will look into Docbook/Fop/PDF generation, which is much more complicated than what we did previously with HTML and txt.

 

From AsciiDoc/DocBook to PDF, ePub and mobi - part 1

First of all, it was obvious to me that I will use AsciiDoc to write books. The rest was only a matter of implementation. ;)

In this serie of blog post I will describe the details of how I have used AsciiDoc, DocBook & co. to generate a book in various formats.

 

Why Self-Publishing?

I got an email asking why I have decided to self-publish rather than go to some big name like O'Reilly. Here are the reasons:

 

Self-publishing - few thoughts

Some comments I'd like to share with you after self-publishing my book Practical Unit Testing with TestNG and Mockito.

 
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