On Thursday, March 7, 2002, at 06:05  AM, DL Neil wrote:

> Rasmus/others,
> O'Reilly are advertising the imminent release (Mar 2002) of "Programming
> PHP" (http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/progphp/desc.html).
> Is that still going ahead?
> (I'll submit an advanced purchase order...)

Hmmm... on the one hand, it's an O'Reilly book, and their books tend to 
shine pretty brightly (though I'm extremely fond of two of my New Riders 
books, "MySQL" by Paul DuBois and "Python Web Programming" by Steve 
Holden, very well-written and well-made books).  But on the other hand, 
the writeup at O'Reilly that you link to doesn't really entice me -- it 
seems to offer the same topics as most other non-introductory PHP titles 
out there.

I'd probably pick it up regardless, if only to demonstrate to O'Reilly 
that there's a demand for more books on PHP.  To date, their PHP 
selection is pathetic.

David, did you hear anything more about this?



Erik Price
Web Developer Temp
Media Lab, H.H. Brown

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