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Introducing new interactive courses

By | 2020-02-20T16:23:17+00:00 February 20th, 2020|Feature Release|

Packt subscribers now have access to hands-on labs with coding exercises Learning technology skills have always required you to engage with a combination of theory and practice. Without theory, practice is inflexible, just a machine-like process that follows a prescribed set of rules. Without practice, meanwhile, theory is just pointless. [...]

New Packt Courses for February 2020

By | 2020-02-06T10:58:40+00:00 February 6th, 2020|New Packt Titles|

We hope your 2020 has started well. Whether you've hit the ground running or need something to kick start your year, our latest releases will help carry you out of winter and into (hopefully) brighter and longer days (apologies to our southern hemisphere readers). Programming Go's popularity has gone from [...]

Save 35% on Print books with an annual subscription

By | 2019-11-06T14:47:24+00:00 November 1st, 2019|Feature Release|

Annual subscribers can now save 35% on all print purchases. It's the cheapest way to own the Packt content you love. Online learning can be a powerful way to build your knowledge and skills. But sometimes you need something more substantial and less screen-based. Something you can have to hand [...]

Organize your favourite content with playlists

By | 2019-10-22T08:30:38+00:00 October 21st, 2019|Feature Release|

Organizing your favorite content in a way that’s relevant and useful to you is an integral part of any online library. Many subscribers have been telling us how valuable such a feature would be on Packt, which is why we’re excited to announce that a new Playlists feature is now [...]

Credit Fix for Packt Subscribers – October 2019

By | 2019-10-31T08:50:49+00:00 October 4th, 2019|Feature Release|

We have made an update to credits on Packt. Previously a monthly credit was released on the day of the month a customer originally signed up. This has now changed. From October onwards credits will always be released on the first day of the month. A minority of customers had [...]