|Written by Kay Ewbank|
|Thursday, 24 August 2017|
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In almost a decade I Programmer's book reviewers have read and commented on over 1500 programming titles. That's only a fraction of the programming books published, but we try to cover the important ones. In Programmer's Bookshelf we recommend the books you might find helpful at different stages in your personal development.
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Author: Jeremy McPeak
Authors: Joel Murach and Michael Urban
Author: Kevin Yank & Cameron Adams
Giving it a 4 star rating, Mike James says the author clearly knows his stuff and despite the attempt at creating a beginner’s book there are lots of things that will interest the intermediate to expert reader. It emphasises the complexities of having to deal with the reality of browser incompatibilities.
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