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Marco Cantu’s Delphi XE Handbook Available in print and electronically

Posted by jpluimers on 2011/07/27

Having proofread, I’m really glad that Marco Cantu recently announced that Delphi XE Handbook to be Available in both print and electronic forms.

Note that since the announcement, you can also get the Handbooks Collection in PDF form for something like EUR 55.

His books are always a pleasure to read, so: Great work Marco!

–jeroen

2 Responses to “Marco Cantu’s Delphi XE Handbook Available in print and electronically”

  1. I’m also very proud to have been a technical editor for the XE book… but it’s not because my name is in it that I recommend people buy it!

    Couple it with the 2010 Handbook and it becomes by far the most complete bit of documentation you’ll ever need.

    • jpluimers said

      Hmm, reading my post again, I should have phrased that differently.
      I recommend it because it is a great book :)
      This one is great , and this one teams indeed very well with the Delphi 2010 Handbook.

      It’s always fun to reading a very nice one, even more so being able to proofread one (I wish I had more time for such things, maybe I should make more time).
      –jeroen

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