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Re: [HTML5LA] Web Development Book Survey

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Sent on: Saturday, February 11, 2012 2:56 PM
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-----Original Message-----
From: "Autumn Angel" <[address removed]>
Sent: Saturday, February 11,[masked]:37pm
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [HTML5LA] Web Development Book Survey

Answer to these Questions:
> 1) What is your experience level in Web development? Intermediate
> 
> 3) What is your company size or the size of companies you most often work with? 10 or more
> 
> 4) What is your title or focus area of practice? Web Designer/ Developer
> 
> 5) What do you want most out of a programming book? Structure, best practice, barking it down,
> 
> 6) If the book weren't covering one specific programming language or implementation, for example, CSS3 or JavaScript, but focused more on principles such as how to organize a Web development team and get hem to play nicer with project management, for example, what other specific "soft skills" topics would you want to see covered in such a book? Sure
-autumn angel

On Feb 10, 2012, at 11:58 AM, Matthew wrote:

> Hi Folks,
> I am writing a book on Web Development from Apress and I want to make sure that I cover relevant topics of interest for beginners and advanced users alike. If you'd like to participate please reply back answering the questions I have in this email (It shouldn't take longer than 2 minutes), if not, thanks for your time.
> 
> 1) What is your experience level in Web development?
> 
> 3) What is your company size or the size of companies you most often work with?
> 
> 4) What is your title or focus area of practice?
> 
> 5) What do you want most out of a programming book?
> 
> 6) If the book weren't covering one specific programming language or implementation, for example, CSS3 or JavaScript, but focused more on principles such as how to organize a Web development team and get hem to play nicer with project management, for example, what other specific "soft skills" topics would you want to see covered in such a book?
> 
> Thank you,
> Matthew
> 
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