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On Mar 1 David Hayden wrote: Great Book for Learning DOM Fundamentals
An insightful and easy-to-read book about manipulating and traversing the DOM with JavaScript as opposed to an abstract library like jQuery. This is a great look at fundamentals and very useful for better understanding JavaScript libraries, like jQuery, Zepto, etc. Full Review  >

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On Feb 22 Dylan Scott wrote: Detailed DOM Examples
Cody Lindley takes the reader into the depths of the DOM with his work. This book does what it says it will in the beginning introduction by presenting a very terse cookbook: you won't be seeing tons of lengthy explanations. One of the best perks of this book was that in ebook form->the code was presented with links to code examples in jsFiddle (with Firebug lite) or github Full Review  >

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Java: The Good Parts

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“Java: The Good Parts” by Jim Waldo; O’Reilly Media
Jim Waldo discusses ten things he likes about Java, as well as provides an overview… Full Review >

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