Re: Question on Structuring Product Attributes
Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2011 08:06:44 -0700 (PDT)
>> (before Microsoft replaced them with something worse), .. <<
I agree. So many of the postings are Indian students trying to get their homework done. The Cut & Paste scrambles the text so it is hard to read..
>> Have you read Kuznetsov's pattern in his Defensive Database Programming book, or on the web? <<
I have seen it but not gotten a copy. Too much to do with my own second edition of Trees & Hierarchies, fixing bad plumbing and gettign ready for eye surgery.
>> In the former case, you might want to check out who tech edited it, just for laughs. ;) <<
Have you seen the 4-th edition of SMARTIES? They out-sourced the typesetting to India. The compnay had ONE template for ALL books, so all tabls are set as if they were a display graphic (shadings, ornaments, etc) and not an SQL result set. Diagrams are misplaced or repeated. The choice of fonts is awful. Code is set as if it were text. I really hate it and we now have an agreement to go back to the style I used in the other seven books in my series. Received on Wed Oct 19 2011 - 10:06:44 CDT