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The Spring Primer Paperback – August 14, 2008
"Neverworld Wake" by Marisha Pessl
Read the absorbing new psychological suspense thriller from acclaimed New York Times bestselling author Marisha Pessl. Pre-order today
About the Author
Matt currently resides in Denver where he is an independent consultant working with Java, Web Development, Ajax and AppFuse. Mr. Raible has been surrounded by computers for most of his life, even though he grew up in the backwoods of Montana without electricity. Matt is an author (Spring Live, Pro JSP), active Java open-source contributor and blogger on http://raibledesigns.com.
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The paper is poor quality and the book is fat with small pages. The size makes it very difficult to open flat or even read easily. Remember those cheap books that'd fall apart when you'd crack them open a few times? That's this one and I'm not waiting for that to happen. Back it goes.
Actually, I'm not against using low quality pulp paper in technical manuals. These go out of print or out of technical relevance very quickly so good paper is a waste of money. But that doesn't mean a new book should have 7 year old technical material. Nor should the pages be too small and the binding set to fall apart.
Really, the price is too high for the book to be this shoddy.
I've never read a computer book providing such excellent examples (and it's not about a Petstore!). The author really knows his stuff from experience and his support is outstanding.