The current edition of this book is the Third Edition. Please go to that page for the latest code and errata for the Third Edition. I just finished the first 3 chapters of your book, and I just had to write and say thanks for writing it! I absolutely love it.
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The current edition of this book is the Third Edition. Please go to that page for the latest code and errata for the Third Edition. I just finished the first 3 chapters of your book, and I just had to write and say thanks for writing it! I absolutely love it. I really hope to see another one in the future. Ed Burnette is a software industry veteran with more than 25 years of experience as a programmer, author, and speaker. His development credits include everything from commercial video games to high-performance grid computing systems.
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