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About this book


Programmer’s Guide to Apache Thrift was written to make learning how to use Apache Thrift drastically easier. Open source projects are famous for substandard documentation, and Apache Thrift has traditionally been a poster child for this stereotype. In retrospect, I can see why this is the case! This book and the accompanying source code repository should help newbies get started quickly and enable old hands to design better interfaces.

Who should read this book

Programmer’s Guide to Apache Thrift is for anyone serious about mastering Apache Thrift. Both beginners and experienced Apache Thrift developers will find valuable bits of insight and useful reference material, making it easier to develop quality, extensible interfaces in Apache Thrift.

How this book is organized

The book has 17 chapters divided into three parts:

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