I can't imagine anyone not being very happy with it - especially as a comprehensive introduction. Complete Reviews
Senior Software Engineer
|Introduction to Ajax
This audiobook provides an excellent introduction to Ajax.
In the first half, we describe how Ajax works, note the history of Ajax
and its underlying technologies, the advantages and disadvantages of
using Ajax, and describe two popular examples from Google.
|J2EE Patterns Volume 1 - The Presentation Tier
This audiobook covers the Presentation Tier J2EE Patterns. Listening to this
audiobook will help you learn, for each pattern, the pattern's name,
its basic structure and behaviour,
and its advantages and disadvantages.
|Java Programming - Core Syntax|
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It was very interesting to
listen to - I looked forward to reviewing each track. It was quite
an eye opener. I didn't even know about JsUnit. Amazing there are
all those frameworks for Ajax - Taconite sounds interesting - and the
book Foundations of Ajax. I thought the tracks were very clear and
easy to understand as you covered all the basics. And it was great
you had all that reference information to follow-up. You must have
done a lot of research looking at all the various aspects of Ajax -
advantages and disadvantages, etc. It certainly is a valuable
resource. I plan to listen to it again - on my computer instead of
the iPod - and make lots of notes.
At this stage it is really hard to offer constructive suggestions. It is clear, well layed out, a lot of great information. I can't imagine anyone not being very happy with it - especially as a comprehensive introduction. On the iPod I did notice one thing - the tracks play one after the other seamlessly and you are not aware you are on a new track sometimes - though usually you have some clue like "Quiz 2" or whatever. For the future - maybe a three to five second piece of silent play at the end of each track would help this - or have a "Track 5 - Advantages and Disadvantages" at the beginning. There is a slight difference in volume sometimes going to a new track and that is another way you can tell!
A great effort - well done!
Senior Software Engineer