Searching Safari Queue (iOS)
We’ve just added search to the latest version of Safari Queue. You can now search Safari’s collection of over 30,000 books and videos right from the app.
Safari Queue Android beta program
If you’re using an Android device, consider joining 2,500 other Safari customers in the Queue beta program. All it takes is a G+ account and then you can request access to the G+ community. Once you’re in, you’ll get access to the app with unlimited support for offline books and videos.
If you’re already in the beta, thank you! Your feedback has been incredibly helpful.
New in books and videos
We’re working to expand and diversify our collection of books and videos. Here are some recent highlights:
- We added 40 books from HarperCollins on career- and business-oriented topics, including classics from legendary authors such as Jack Welch and Peter Drucker.
- Safari is the best resource for learning Swift. We have several newly published and in development books and videos from several publishers and authors.
- Apache Spark remains tremendously popular on Safari, and our publishing partners are responding with new material. O’Reilly just published Advanced Analytics with Spark and Packt Publishing released the second edition of Fast Data Processing with Spark.
Safari loves PyCon and Python
Several of us at Safari just attended and sponsored PyCon. Here are some great new titles on our favorite programming language:
- Learn to write idiomatic, effective code with Fluent Python.
- Introduction to Programming in Python: An Interdisciplinary Approach examines the versatility of Python across a number of different contexts.
- Zed Shaw brings his popular website and book to video in Learn More Python the Hard Way LiveLessons.
Curated learning paths with Tutorials
In case you missed it, we just last month launched Tutorials to all users.
We have a sampling of Tutorial topics available now, such as running an agile team or holding better meetings. In the works are Tutorials on a wide range of topics, such as Angular, microservices, unstructured data, functional programming with Haskell, innovation, investing, and photography. All of these Tutorials will be created from excerpts of books and videos that you can access now.
Thank you to everyone who has helped test Tutorials and spoken with us about their experiences.