On Jan 20 Przemysław Dąbek wrote: Learn how to use the good parts of JavaScript
Author did a good job to point out good & bad parts of JavaScript. Book as a whole is great overview of JavaScript as a programming language... Full Review  >

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On Jan 5 Adam Davis wrote: JavaScript: The Good Parts. Unearthing the Excellence in JavaScript By Douglas Crockford
"Programming is difficult business," says Douglas Crockford in the opening chapter. "It should never be undertaken in ignorance." It dawns on me as I read on, I have been struggling with JavaScript for years in ignorance. JavaScript is not like other languages, it requires a different programming paradigm... Full Review  >

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On Dec 14 Jon Unger wrote: Book Review – JavaScript: The Good Parts by Douglas Crockford
For JavaScript developers looking for an academic approach to methods, functions, arrays, and the sort.... this book is for you. The Good Parts discusses the best parts of the language and shows how to take advantage of those parts in your application. Full Review  >

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On Dec 13 Wayne Werner wrote: Review: JavaScript: The Good Parts
JavaScript: The Good Parts, by Douglas Crockford.Mr. Crockford writes a fine book for anyone who uses or needs to use JavaScript - ever. He quickly presents his view on JavaScript, that it can be a powerful and expressive language, but that it has some rather large warts. The author quickly… Full Review  >

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