July 19, 2010
Week: Not ranked All time: 4
The book is split in many chapters divided by topics. Each topic presents a common problem, a cookbook solution, and the discussion of the solution for those that have the time and interest to understand better the theory of the solution, besides solving the actual problem.
This is particularly true if you are a developer that is always being rushed by demands of your boss or your clients that always want the projects to be ready yesterday.
The book structure is well-thought, in particular considering the fact that often you just need a proven solution without having to spend too much time understanding the theory details. Still, if you have the time, the book also provides you additional information so you can understand and evaluate better the proposed solutions.
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