Chris Game wrote:
> Hal Fulton wrote:
> 
> 
>>Let me clarify, though, lest anyone misunderstand -- not all of
>>these topics will be covered in depth. Depending on time and
>>pages and so on, some may barely be mentioned.
> 
> 
> There's more to a book than a list of topics. What about depth,
> starting point, assumptions of reader ability, reference vs learning
> model (see Kathy Sierra's blog), inclusion of tutorials, examples,
> exercises...

If you're familiar with the first edition, the basic style and
philosophy will not change.

If you wish, I'll discuss that in more detail later. Or someone
else can offer an opinion as to what "kind" of book it is.


Hal