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Eric Freeman is described by Head First series co-creator Kathy Sierra as “one of those rare individuals fluent in the language, practice, and culture of multiple domains from hipster hacker, to corporate VP, engineer, think tank." Professionally, Eric recently ended nearly a decade as a media company executive, having held the position ofCTO of Disney Online & Disney.com at The Walt Disney Company. Eric is now devoting his time to WickedlySmart.com and lives with his wife and young daughter on Bainbridge Island. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Yale University.
Elisabeth Robson is co-founder of Wickedly Smart, an education company devoted to helping customers gain mastery in web technologies. She’s co-author of two bestselling books, Head First Design Patterns and Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML.
Like all "Head First" books. this is the best book ever for programming.Published 19 days ago by emdee
At first I would like to say that I was very skeptical about the Head First series. I’m an old fart and I didn’t think it would fit in with my style of learning, that being... Read morePublished 3 months ago by J. Dadlez
Good exercises. Some dated work for Twitter JSON-P exercises. Great source code. Helpful commentators on GitHub for code problems. Read morePublished 5 months ago by GuitarPost
I have 20 years experience of computer programming with different languages, so I probably don't belong to the target group of this book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jamppa
At the other end of the spectrum from the O'Reilly series we're used to (with the beautifully drawn animals on the covers), which are great references for the experts but short on... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Alan Crossley
A complete and easy presentation of the technologies of HTML5. I come to it with a programming background, and had picked up a good bit on the job. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Randolph A. Long
This was one of my college textbooks for a web design class, and I was very happy with the presentation style. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Michael Skyward
The book had a lot of good information, but some of the graphics were really light which made them difficult to read on the kindle.Published 7 months ago by Shawn Legge