Rheinwerk Verlag is Germany’s leading specialist publisher of digital-related content.
Since its establishment in 1999 (then called Galileo Press), Rheinwerk has excelled at producing beautifully crafted, high-quality books. Whether in the field of computing, design, or photography; whether you are starting your career, have years of experience under your belt, or just want to keep pace with digital developments, Rheinwerk has books for beginners and experts, students and young professionals, creative minds and those who are hungry to learn.
Rheinwerk’s comprehensive range of Linux books is particularly impressive. In addition to the Linux Handbook by Michael Kofler — considered a standard reference work by Linuxers — Rheinwerk has published books on all the most important Linux distributions and books that can be used to prepare for LPIC exams. The Bonn-based publishing house also began organising specialist conferences in 2019 and is set to host Germany’s first Kotlin conference in March 2020.