I attached it to my wall in about 30 minutes. I did get a real spirit level as I couldn't trust the tiny one that comes to it, but it did seem to be pretty accurate at the end.
I have a lot more trouble finding the right drill bits than actually attaching the thing to the wall. It does give you a lot of confidence to attach your expensive TV to it once you see the way it gets attached to the wall.
If I ever need a spare one, I'll definitely come back here. Also, i can only recommend their delivery service, as it actually got to my place way before I was expecting, so big brownie point on that.
This book targets novice ColdFusion developers, but will serve just as well for experienced developers. I've been working with ColdFusion for about 10 years now, and can say I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.
this book will take you through every step on becoming a successful ColdFusion developer, and takes you through all the goodness recently added by the version 9 of ColdFusion.
I was mostly interested on the ORM side of things, and can confirm the books explains it rather well, and gave me a very good insight on where to go to get more experience with it.
It also takes you through all the new functions and tags, but sometimes lacks a bit in real-life… Read more
This book is aimed to jQuery beginners, or for those with more experience who need an extra help on that difficult situations. It's a must if you don't wanna have trouble every time you need to do something different with version 1.3
The new version of the book is now packed with good references, and examples. Most of them are day-to-day examples (chapter one to six), but things get a hotter after chapter seven, where more complex examples and explanations are given.
jQuery 1.3 is really nice, and adds a whole new world of event listeners (.live() and .die()) and a thorough support feature (jquery.support). All of the new features are massively explained in this book… Read more