This is not about the actual contents of the book, but the way the Kindle edition is done - namely, very poorly. There are no chapter marks, so of course you can't click on the chapters in the Table of Contents to navigate to that chapter. Not only that, the Table of Contents is just copied from the print edition - complete with the original page numbers! Very confusing and annoying. Given that the price of the Kindle edition is almost the same as the price for the print edition, you're better off with the latter really. A really poor job by the publisher - and for a tech reference book no less. Even the free novels available for the Kindle from Harlequin and such have properly marked chapters and a navigable table of contents. Harlequin beats Apress for tech savvy - imagine that!
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