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Processing: Creative Coding and Generative Art in Processing 2 2nd ed. Edition
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About the Author
Ira Greenberg directs the Center of Creative Computation and is Associate Professor with a joint appointment in the Meadows School of the Arts and Lyle School of Engineering at Southern Methodist University, Dallas TX. He is the author of Processing: Creative Coding and Computational Art and The Essential Guide to Processing for Flash Developers, both from friends of ED/Apress. Ira received his BFA from Cornell University and his MFA from the University of Pennsylvania.
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Specifically, I appreciate the careful description of the underlying trigonometry.
In addition, I thought there was a pretty good description of the code for each example.
However, the proofreading for this book was terrible.
I kept the Apress errata page open for days and submitted numerous reports:
from major stuff, like whole sections of code missing...to typos, some serious, some just annoying.
In the end, I don't think it is my job to submit 5-6 errata per day....Apress needs a good proofreader to review it.
At this point this book as become dogeared and I think the cover will fall of soon. We've only owned it for 3 months.. Thats how interesting it is! He continually goes back and finds inspiration and ideas in what he is working on.
When it eventually falls apart I'm sure he'll make me buy it again.. And I will.
Update: I decided to keep the book after all, but will supplement it with the Kindle edition, which is in color.