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Book Review - The Apache Modules Book

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Nick Kew is one of the Apache core development team members and lead architect of the Apache DBD framework. He currently runs Webthing, Ltd., an consultancy focusing on Apache module development and support.

Programming guides always prove to be tough reviews. Reading through 600 pages on any given topic for the purposes of relating how well they get their point across isn't easy. Often, the style of the writing itself helps portray how well an audience will take to the work.

We'll take a look at the general flow and style to help you decide if it agrees with your way of learning. If you're looking for specifics on what the book contains, check the Table of Contents hyperlink at the end of the review.

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