Where are the book reviews?

31. January 2007 23:22

Last July, I posted a book review on Framework Design Guidelines.  At that time, I had started to read a technical book once a month and post a review of it on my blog...or at least attempt to do so.  I managed to stick to it for about three months, but the hectic nature of the holidays (among other things) wore me down and I stopped doing it.

I have decided to resume the monthly book reviews in February (as if I didn't have enough to do already).  I started reading some of Applying Domain-Driven Design and Patterns, which had been lying around for a couple of months collecting dust.  I also have pre-ordered Juval Lowy's Programming WCF Services, which is supposed to ship next week.  I'm very anxious to see the depth of information it provides. 

One of these books will likely be the next one that gets reviewed.

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