Flicking through the book, it does give the impression of being full of code. I hope that doesn’t scare off any potential buyers.Source: DOM Scripting: The book has landed
This is one thing I'd worried about with [my book][book], but on the other hand [I always wanted to write for The Transactor][trans]. And what I wanted to write was a book I would've wanted to buy, if I hadn't written it.
By the sounds of it, DOM Scripting has turned out brilliantly. I'm looking forward to checking it out! It's described as a book targeted at designers versus coders—but a lot of times, it's easier to show-don't-tell with code than with prose.
Apart from those minor quibbles, I’m pleased as punch. I still can’t quite believe that I wrote an honest-to-goodness book. Some form of celebration is called for.
This is exactly how I felt, too. Congratulations, Jeremy! I'm going to have to pick up a copy of this book for myself!
Thanks, Leslie. I think you can relate to how I'm feeling right now.
This book makes sense in a clear, and consice way that most tech books don't. His examples are great, and his writing style is very readable. Thanks!