|Subject||Re: [Firebird-general] Some praise for "The Firebird Book"|
> I've spent about $1700 on technical texts, IT books, but that was aok - in your opinion, what should Firebird do?
> while ago. For the past 2 years, I haven't seen a book that I thought
> was worth buying -- that wasn't for lack of trying I've browsed about
> $22,000 dollars worth of them at bookshops and libraries. The one to
> break the drought was "The Firebird Book" by Helen Borrie. It's a
> first rate text about a fantastic/proven but little known bit of
> technology. I'm still very pissed off, because there is still lots of
> junk to learn and frustration to endure before Firebird does what I
> want it to (hence the book) but I can't be mad with Helen Borrie, it
> is an excellent book.
What did you expect it to do?
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