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Marijn Haverbeke is a programming language enthusiast and polyglot. He's worked his way from trivial BASIC games on the Commodore, through a C++ phase, to the present where he mostly hacks on database systems and web APIs in dynamic languages. He created and maintains several popular open source projects.
I'm curious as to why jquery isn't touched upon at all in this book. I thought it was not direct enough and a little too verbose (ironically, not very eloquent). Read morePublished 10 months ago by Fareez Ahmed
This book is good for people with a foundational understanding of programming. The examples are way to advanced for absolute beginners.Published 11 months ago by Dan Stanton
This book is definitely not for beginners or intermediate coders. It's written in a convoluted, meandering style, where the authors goes on about how NOT to do things, instead of... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Frank W.
Wonderful book! Written by an eloquent author, who knows what he's talking about. Would recommend to anyone interested in programming.Published 12 months ago by Joshua
Most programming books are for programmers learning yet another language. As such this is excellent.
Will it break the code for the novice programmer? I teach programming ;)