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Book Review:
The Design of Sites Patterns for Creating Winning Web Sites
January 03, 2007 @ 16:16:21

In an effort to share a wide variety of web-related resources with our readers, we've posted a new book review over on our blog for the Prentice Hall book "The Design of Sites: Patterns for Creating Winning Web Sites" (2nd edition).

If you do anything on a website besides sitting in you chair only coding all day long, you owe it to yourself to check out a copy of this book from Prentice Hall - The Design of Sites. Now, I can almost feel the eyes rolling from here even at the mention of this kind of book, but trust me - pick up a copy and thumb through it and you'll see the difference.

Check out the rest of the review here and get more details on the book itself from the Prentice Hall site or from a retailer like Amazon.

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