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Human JavaScript by Henrik Joreteg

Posted by Luis Majano
09 Oct 2013 11:03 AM

I just wanted to mention a book that my friend Henrik Joreteg has now released: Human JavaScript - Practical patterns for simple but powerful JavaScript apps.  I used to work with Henrik at ESRI and had the opportunity to share with him for a long time..  He is an awesome dude, incredibly smart and we called him the "Vikingo" due to his Viking roots.  Best of all, he knows his JavaScript.  This book is tremendous for both newbies and gurus alike.  I hope you like the book as much as I did.  Here is his awesome intro video:

 

 

 

Book Review: Managing Software Development with Trac & Subversion

Posted by Luis Majano
02 Mar 2008 12:00 AM

I have just started to read this book from Packt Publishing and I am really impressed by it. The book is called "Managing Software Development with Trac & Subversion", I still have not finished it, but the text is phenomenal. I was able to setup another local copy of svn, webdav and trac on my laptop with super ease. No more looking for instructions, the book basically takes you step by step in the entire process. It also gives you insight of how to manage your software development using these tools. I will be posting a follow up on what else was covered and what really hit home.

So far, the book has been super easy to read and the instructions are dead on!

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