Developer's Books

DuCharme, Robert DuCharmR at
Mon Oct 25 17:22:17 BST 1999


Liam R. E. Quin  writes:
>It seems,. however, more than a little partisan, no?

The page divides books into three categories: "Books I can personally
recommend" ("I" being Charles, who tech reviewed all the books before
putting his name on them. Full disclosure: this includes one of my books, as
well as works by several other xml-dev regulars); "Books whose authors I
know" (as he introduces them "I either know the authors of these personally
or know of their reputations as expert practitioners of XML and SGML"--this
includes your book), and "Other books on XML," which he introduces as "I
don't know these books or their authors, but don't let that stop you."

When people ask about XML books, if I knew of a more extensive list, I'd
recommend it. 

Bob DuCharme           <bob@>  "The elements be kind to thee, and make thy
spirits all of comfort!" Anthony and Cleopatra, III ii

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