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From padawan to Jedi master.

  • Jun 6, 2011
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It's not step-by-step manual for learning Javascript but it is definitely the most comprehensive and complete book on Javascript you will ever find. Everything you need to know about the language is there and with a good amount of examples too. How can you be without it? It is a given that an intermediate, and advanced user would benefit from this book, but I would dare say that even a beginner would greatly benefit. If your new to Javascript, or never programmed before then I would suggest the learning series for javascript, or the Head First series(for visual learners), to get you started (I chose the Head First series). But soon enough, you will quickly find as you hunger for more, you will need this book as well. Especially when you are learning a new language, you need to have a good reference on hand so you can practice and experiment beyond that of the simple examples. It helps you comprehend and better understand what going on. It also helps you to see all that is possible with the language. Simply put, this book is a necessity to mastering the Javascript language.
From padawan to Jedi master.

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I like to spend time with my family... I love my wife, and I love my kids (3). I love to travel, run, surf, play with computers, and write code.... oh, and review tech books =)      … more
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