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    $39 is a com­pletely fair price for your new knowl­edge, and com­pa­ra­ble to what you’d pay for a printed book.

    Any plans on having a printed book for sale? I’d be willing to this if I got a hardbound brick to sit on my desk.

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      Check out the “About the Author” page.

      Do you plan to release this book as a paper­back? No.

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      The author of the book is also the designer of the Triplicate typeface, which is beautiful. I cannot, however, bring myself to spend $89 for a font when Go Mono and Inconsolata are free. I know. I’m a bad person.

      That being said, paying $99 for the book gets you a Triplicate font license, which I’m more willing to do. The book is worth paying for and there aren’t good free alternatives.

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        Triplicate is beautiful, but I don’t think I could ever use it for typesetting code though, it’s almost too beautiful for that. I’ve been using Fira Code Mono for my code lately and loving it.

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          Triplicate is very nice but I do tend to switch my monospaced font periodically (typically when a new hotness catches my fancy), which puts me off spending any money on one. Like @basus, I’m also currently using Fira Code Mono :)