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Loiane Groner, Brazilian (born and raised), lives in São Paulo and began her IT career developing Java web applications. While at university, she demonstrated great interested in IT. She worked as teaching assistant for two and a half years for the Algorithms, Data Structures and Computing Theory. She rpresented her university at the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest - Brazilian Finals (South America Regionals) and also worked as Student Delegate of the SBC (Brazilian Computing Society) for two years. She won a merit award in her senior year for being one of the top three students with better GPAs in the Computer Science department and also graduated with honors.
After three years of Java development she got a job opportunity at IBM Brazil, where she developed Java and Ext JS applications for an American company for two years. At IBM, she became Team Leader and was reponsible for training new hires at Java, XML and Ext JS technologies. Nowadays she is working as Senior Software Engineer at Citibank Brazillian Technology Solutions Center, where she develops overseas solutions. She also works as an independent Ext JS consultant and coach.
Loiane is passionate about Ext JS and Java, and she is the CampinasJUG (Campinas Java Users Group) Leader and ESJUG (Espirito Santo Java Users Group) co-ordinator, both Brazilian JUGs.
The book was an OK intro. I could get as much detail on sencha.com. the book needs to give more examples on an really web application using extjs and doing customizations.Published on February 13, 2013 by web dev
Ext JS 4 is filled with a huge amount of functionality. When Ext JS 4 came out, it wasn't entirely clear how to upgrade your skills from Ext JS 3 to 4. Read morePublished on July 19, 2012 by David Michael Griffin
I am an EXT JS beginner and was expecting this book (Kindle Format) to deliver only introductory concepts with on-hand examples. Read morePublished on June 10, 2012 by Puneet
Great, if you like to know all the 4.0 features in a nutshell. It's a very quick read and short book. I finish in a few hours and therefore minus a star for being too short. Read morePublished on March 22, 2012 by dasn0wman
Are you an experienced ExtJS developer currently using version 3.x but looking to migrate your application to version 4.x? Read morePublished on March 11, 2012 by Art
This book seems like a summary of sorts of EXTJS 4 key differences when compared with EXTJS3. But the book is a joke, really laughable (though sad) in terms of its quality. Read morePublished on February 27, 2012 by Gregory Lafrance
I usually do not write reviews. But this time I needed to. This book is filled with so many code errors and text errors. Read morePublished on February 11, 2012 by Randy Leinen