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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars crystal cases destroy phones, 5 Jan 2010
I had a crystal case and believe I should warn potential buyers that they destroy phones (bit of an exageration).
Fair enough if you use a 'crystal'/plastic case for a laptop but a phones attract grit and dirt like magnets. If you have it lying around in your pocket grit will get between the phone and cover. I have a chipped screen and cover which I will have to replace. I'd suggest leather or gel cases.
C++: An Introduction to Computing by Joel Adams
Basically I have roughly c++ books that cover 'everything' (they are not specific). This book has a lot of good information. Agree with the other reviewer. It may just be me but up-to-date c++ books do not go into great detail enough, for example binary search trees are lacking in my Using C++ and Absolute c++ in comparison to this book. I wouldn't solely use this book but it's definatley worth it if you can get it cheap.
Learning XNA 3.0 by Aaron Reed
Learning XNA 3.0 by Aaron Reed
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
People usually criticize books ruthlessly for not containing exactly what they want or need. It is impossible for a book to accommodate everyone. This book however does as the title states, helps the reader learn Xna 3.0. It begins with the 2D elements of Xna and is definitely a good reference with clear and well written code and then Jumps into 3D space.
I consider it better than Microsoft's game studio and Xna game studio express books. It gives the user the building blocks to make their unique game. With any type of programming it is useless relying solely on books, it takes practice and a well rounded knowledge of mathematics and c#.
If you're beginning Xna it is well worth… Read more

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