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To Bill-How your book is different from other eclipse books

 
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Since there are lot of other eclipse books, what are features in this book what other eclipse books dont have.
 
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Hi Sammy,

Well first off its a much better written book

Seriously though the major difference is the SourceBeat model. Check out this thread for more info on the Source Beat model.

Hope this helps!
 
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Originally posted by sammy paul:
Since there are lot of other eclipse books, what are features in this book what other eclipse books dont have.



Clearly, you can see that you will get the most updated info about Eclipse by buying the Eclipse Live. Like we discussed in this thread, you will be informed about the most updated and added chapters to the book and you are eligible to download the PDF of the book for one year for $30....

Other Eclipse book don't have this kind of updating approach, I'm sure...

Hope this helps...
 
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bill , i am sure you will be having great content. i am just going through your j2ee pitfalls book.

with warm regards
Shailesh
 
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Thanks very much for your kind words Shailesh!
 
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Hello Bill,
I have a question for you. If I buy your book, then can I use it in multiple place, e.g., work and home on different machines without breaking any laws?
Thanks.
Bharat
 
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The ebook becomes your property and is password protected so as long as you don't share your password you can put the book where ever you want.

Of course if you wanted to buy 3 or 4 copies I would not be heart broken

Hope this helps.
 
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