Use the I Programmer Weekly menu option to find out what was published in the news, book reviews and articles for any week on I Programmer.
The new I Programmer Weekly menu option takes you to a list of web pages corresponding to each of our weekly newsletters.
Here you can find out what was published by I Programmer for each week - all the news items, articles and book reviews.
The only missing element is the daily Book Watch items and they have there own archive of back issues already.
We are aware that our on site search is terrible and it is on the list of things to fix - but it is a very long list. We hope that the weekly summary will be useful in helping you find things you might have missed. There is also a back list of news items ordered, very imperfectly, by category in the main menu.
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