[portland] to Jason regarding the Apress review group
gods_bud666 at hotmail.com
Fri Jan 9 06:22:56 CET 2009
Just read the 'press' about finding reviewers for the
What sort of person would fulfill a decent review of
those books listed? I mean, would I qualify as a
competant reviewer for one of them, or would I need
a decent knowledge or application of web design?
My competancy ranges from writing and debugging
programs in BASIC, back in the early 80s. To
reading about assembly language (for the 6502); learning how elementary ICs work together; then studying
a whole range of cryptic and sophisticated websites
on the subject of just anything computer-related,
to actually downloading and working with python,
which I would have to be considered a 'newcomer'.
If my input would not be useful to the task,
what would then be a suitable direction to go in?
I have great ability and interest in the subject -
python just seemed to me to be the best place
Unix or Linux or Qbasic or whatever would be
courses for action.
If all you need is an average person to give input,
count me in. . .
. . Any excuse to learn more about computers or the
Will be reading all emails from Portland in future.
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