Programming for PaaS: A Practical Guide to Coding for Platform-as-a-Service 1st Edition, Kindle Edition
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There was not a single line dedicated to how Cloud Foundry or any other PaaS offering actually works. I could have gotten much more in depth information from Wiki in about 10 minutes. I have to figure out how to get my $13 back.
Each chapter is written nicely, with some code examples and relevant links. In particular, I liked the last chapter titled Resources, in which the author presents his collection of PaaS-related links. By glancing over them, I immediately found a few of interest for my own projects. For example, I have been working on a Django project for a long time, and there was a link to a tool that can add a RESTful APIs for such projects, with no effort required from my side.
I definitely recommend to read this book, even if you are familiar with most of the topics. You will find some interesting stuff inside.