- Chapter 7: No developer creates bug free code, so the discussion of errors and debugging is an important chapter. The different types of errors and debugging focuses on using the Firebug tool.
Other than the information being presented, the best aspect of this book is its presentation. Complex topics are presented in an orderly fashion in full color. Example code is clearly separated from the text for easy identification, and the tone of the text is easy to follow. The authors have found a way to present a mature technology using a fresh approach.
Plenty of code
Tony Patton began his professional career as an application developer earning Java, VB, Lotus, and XML certifications to bolster his knowledge.
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Tony Patton has worn many hats over his 15+ years in the IT industry while witnessing many technologies come and go. He currently focuses on .NET and Web Development while trying to grasp the many facets of supporting such technologies in a production environment on a daily basis.