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Jesse Feiler is the author of numerous technology books about FileMaker, Mac OS X, PERL, PHP, JavaScript, and MySQL. He specializes in creating FileMaker applications for small business and non-profits. Jesse is a regular on Northeast Public Radio WAMC’s Roundtable program.


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Just enough to say you did it. April 4 2010
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This book reminded me of Marine Corps boot camp. We did a lot of stuff, but only just enough to say we did it and not enough to learn anything from it. This book tries to cover far too many topics in a very short space. We used this book for a class I took the summer before last. It is not even really a good introduction as it leaves out many particulars needed to understand what is going on. I had to do quite a bit of internet research just to figure out much of what this book purported to teach. I say skip this book and get some more thorough books on the individual topics.


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