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    amis
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    Hellow ,

    I am at good level not professional in the following xhtml,html5,css,css3,js,jquery,php & mysql and I have been decided to read some books about this fields but the problem i have been found hundreds of books !

    plz advice me about the best books ? and do u prefer reading these from laptop screen or paperback as i don’t have tablet now ?

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    amis
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    bump !

    #111200
    kevinvance
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    @amis There are so, so many good ones. But I particularly like the way that the books from The Pragmatic Bookshelf (by The Pragmatic Programmers) approach teaching. I’ve found them to be useful because they teach relevant, usable bite-size concepts and lessons. They don’t go on for chapters on a conceptual level like others I’ve read.

    There’s nothing wrong with learning about the concepts, and it’s necessary of course, but if you aren’t a beginner in the topic then The Pragmatic Bookshelf is really great, and you end each chapter with something you can immediately start to apply to your daily work.

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    amis
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    can u give me titles for books ?

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