this). I’ll need to read through the book again eventually, as much of what it taught wasn’t able to properly sink in (I don’t use JS enough to practice what it preaches in order to get it), but I enjoy the books enough that I’m sure I’ll be okay with it.
That’s the end of the book reviews for kicking off this year of articles. Next week, I’ll return to my regularly scheduled programming.
Just as a note, I’ve ordered two more books from the series, Effective Enterprise Java and Code Reading: The Open Source Perspective, and am like to order a third, Code Quality: The Open Source Perspective, if I enjoy Code Reading. Expect book reviews of them either this year or at the year-end review.