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Tis thy grand book topic
As the name implies, I want to hear some suggestions on books to read on subject you know something about. What books taught you something valuable and what books didn't just cut it. What books have the permanent place on your table as the definitive reference material. To be a good example me and bitey are going to recommend the "Designing with web standards by Jeffrey Zeldman" for everyone thinking of taking the leap from old style to CSS and standards, the book does a good job explaining why the new way beats old ways ass and the book scratches the frightening web 2.0 surface with a chapter of DOM scripting. And a book I'm waiting for is the Andy Budd, Simon Collison and Cameron Moll book "CSS Mastery: Advanced Web Standards Solutions" which seems hawt. Then for all you old school graphic designers (come on guys, I can't be the only one) the best book ever written by man, called "Logo Font & Lettering Bible: A Comprehensive Guide to the Design, Construction and Usage of Alphabets and Symbols" by the god himself Lesilie Cabarga. And then the nobrainer for RoR programmer "Agile Web Development With Rails" But now it is your turn to recommend books, I'd like to find a good PHP book, it has been around good few years since I programmed with PHP so my skills are bit rusty.
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