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Delonghi Espresso Pump Machine ECC220.W, 1 Litre, 15 Bar, White
Delonghi Espresso Pump Machine ECC220.W, 1 Litre, 15 Bar, White
Offered by Thames11 Retail

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Finally, a proper cup of coffee as when I feel like one!!, 6 April 2016
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This machine made my day especially with Lavazza Qualita Rossa Coffee 500 g (Pack of 2) OR Kimbo Espresso Napoletano Ground Coffee - 250g Tin, my only concern is the milk frother plastic end


ColdFusion 8 Developer Tutorial
ColdFusion 8 Developer Tutorial
by John Farrar
Edition: Paperback
Price: £30.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Nothing more than nicely gathered and printed tutorials!, 8 May 2009
To me this book is printed tutorial as it states on front cover; the writer claims that the book would be beneficial to beginners as well as advanced developers; unfortunately this is not true; as the book does neither targets beginners truly nor advanced programmers; many times the writer drags readers with assumptions of knowing the bits and bytes of the topic; the best way to learn ColdFusion is:

First: Read "Programming ColdFusion MX: Creating Dynamic Web Applications / ISBN-0596003803" to start although it's outdated a bit but it's not bad as start point.

Second: Carry on and upgrade your information and knowledge of the new features in CF8 using ColdFusion 8 Developer Tutorial we are reviewing.
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Pros. of the book:
-Well organised and written.
-Referencing all possible related IDEs and software.
-Covers fairly advanced topics and API such as Google Maps.


Professional JavaScript for Web Developers (Wrox Programmer to Programmer)
Professional JavaScript for Web Developers (Wrox Programmer to Programmer)
by Nicholas C. Zakas
Edition: Paperback

5.0 out of 5 stars Finally JavaScript as a programming language, 23 Mar. 2009
Learning JavaScript never attracted me but since it's back to it's golden days with the demand on more responsive client side specially for me in (Investment Banking Environment), I had to learn it and the fact I that come from OOP (.NET and Java) background; finally I found the book that teaches JavaScript (Programming!!) it's worth the money; but there is one special note; this book assumes some cretin knowledge of programming so it is as it's cover states "Professional".

Very well written and structured but if you are a programmer like myself you will have a huge courage to skip the first 6-7 chapters as it explain the ABC of OOP principles; however "Warning !": do NOT skip them as things in JavaScript differs from full OOP; remember JavaScript is a prototype based scripting language.

Advice: Firefox or IE 7+ for the exercises.

Go a head grab it and break the ice of learning


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