[lug] The Hacker's Guide to Python.
Jeffrey S. Haemer
jeffrey.haemer at gmail.com
Fri May 9 09:47:52 MDT 2014
Okay, I'll bite: Why does Stephen Coonts recommend against self-published
I think, in general, self-published fiction is doing
well<http://authorearnings.com/the-report/>in the Age of Amazon, but
that's just a statement about sales, not quality.
I know a very good guy looking for SCM work. (As I did with you, I tried to
recruit him, but the timing didn't work. When I was recruiting, he was
happy. Now that he isn't, I'm not recruiting. Figures.)
You guys hiring? You know anyone I should point him at?
He comes to Boulder DevOps meetings, but I've never asked him where he
On Thu, May 8, 2014 at 1:36 PM, David L. Anselmi <anselmi at anselmi.us> wrote:
> Anyone read this and have any comments?
> I know the author from his blog and it seems like an interesting book if
> you write Python code. Seems a bit pricey but it's been a long time since I
> bought a tech book so what do I know?
> It's also self published and although Stephen Coonts recommends against
> that (at least for fiction) there doesn't seem to be much downside here.
> Web Page: http://lug.boulder.co.us
> Mailing List: http://lists.lug.boulder.co.us/mailman/listinfo/lug
> Join us on IRC: irc.hackingsociety.org port=6667 channel=#hackingsociety
Jeffrey Haemer <jeffrey.haemer at gmail.com>
720-837-8908 [cell], http://seejeffrun.blogspot.com [blog],
*פרייהייט? דאס איז יאַנג דינען וואָרט.*
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the LUG