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    Jim Guest

    Programming C# by O'Reilly


    No questions here at the moment but just wanted to say that Programming C#
    is an EXCELLENT book. I'm very fond of O'Reilly's books already and was
    more than happy to find they had a released a book on C# by Jesse Liberty.
    I'm primarily a web developer but do occasionally cross over into Windows
    based forms from time to time. A few of the other developers at work have
    also been looking into C# and since I bought this book I've left them in
    the dust. I'm a little less than half way through and still can't get enough.
    Fine job this one Jesse. This is the first book that I've purchased of
    yours. I'd be interested in any other books that you have published if you
    don't mind listing them.
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    Jesse Liberty Guest

    Re: Programming C# by O'Reilly

    You are very kind, thank you. You can find my other books listed on my web
    site, along with full supporting material for Programming C# (e.g., a FAQ,
    source code, errata, etc.). Go to: http://www.libertyassociates.com and
    click on Books.

    Thanks again.

    -j

    ps, I wonder if I could ask you to take a moment and write a quick review on
    Amazon (
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/AS...rtyassocia00A/
    104-0291890-9983919 ); kind words certainly help sales <smile>.

    --
    Jesse Liberty
    Liberty Associates, Inc.
    ..NET Training & Development
    http://www.LibertyAssociates.com


    "Jim" <jfasenmyer@home.com> wrote in message
    news:3bba5e42$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > No questions here at the moment but just wanted to say that Programming C#
    > is an EXCELLENT book. I'm very fond of O'Reilly's books already and was
    > more than happy to find they had a released a book on C# by Jesse Liberty.
    > I'm primarily a web developer but do occasionally cross over into Windows
    > based forms from time to time. A few of the other developers at work have
    > also been looking into C# and since I bought this book I've left them in
    > the dust. I'm a little less than half way through and still can't get

    enough.
    > Fine job this one Jesse. This is the first book that I've purchased of
    > yours. I'd be interested in any other books that you have published if

    you
    > don't mind listing them.



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