Thanks for the recommendation. I've added the first book in the series to my reading list. It looks quite interesting.
I keep the second volume around. It explain concurrency, synchronization and event handling in networking, very helpul for those who struggle with async programming these days.
Ah, I'll keep that in mind. I'm lucky enough not to have to deal with async programming.
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