Cameron Adams

Cameron Adams

Cameron Adams is an author of multiple web development books and is often referred to as a "Web Technologist." In addition to his extensive JavaScript experience, Cameron's passions extend to CSS, PHP, and graphic design. He runs his own design and development business: www.themaninblue.com.

The Art & Science of JavaScript The Art & Science of JavaScript (SitePoint)
by Michael Mahemoff, Cameron Adams, James Edwards, Dan Webb, Simon Willison, Ara Pehlivanian, Christian Heilmann
December 2007
Print: $39.95

Simply JavaScript Simply JavaScript (SitePoint)
by Kevin Yank, Cameron Adams
June 2007
Print: $39.95
Ebook: $29.00

"Simply Javascript is a book by SitePoint, and it gives plenty of examples and real-world tutorials on how to use javascript to solve problems that plague modern web layouts."
--Glen Stansberry, NETTUTS

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--Zoltan Hunt, YYZtech.ca

"I often lament that while there are so many books that teach specific programming languages, there are too few books that teach basic programming along the way. This book is an exception. Pick up a copy of the Yank and Adams book if you want to learn basic JavaScript (and beyond)..."
--James Pyles, Technical Writer

"The Art & Science of CSS has been written by a group of professional designers; it caters for cascading style sheets novices through to users who want to further develop their skills."
--Major Keary, Book News

"The Art & Science of CSS really takes a refreshing approach to helping the web designer make their web pages striking to view, accessible to all visitors and web standards compliant. There are a lot of inspiring ideas between the covers and the implementation is clearly explained and correctly coded. I think it would make a good addition to your reference library, as it has mine!"
--Iris Yoffa, eJournal of the Tucson Computer Society

"If you want to learn JavaScript and learn how to code it the right way, you will find the material in this book meets your exact requirements. The content in this book is highly relevant not only to JavaScript but to the entire evolution the web has undergone and is still undergoing."
--Schalk Neethling, JavaLobby