Media praise for Programming Windows Presentation Foundation

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"The good thing about this excellent book is that it will get you up to speed on [Windows Presentation Foundation]. Needless to say, WPF (as is discussed in this book) represents the best of the control-based Windows world and the content-based web world. "
-- John Vacca, Amazon.com

"Even though written for developers, and WPF is still a work-in-progress, the book should be of interest to those who have a professional-level interest in the development of Windows..."
-- Major Keary, PC Update

"The coverage is comprehensive and presented in considerable depth...Even though written for developers, and WPF is still a work-in-progress, the book should be of interest to those who have a professional-level interest in the development of Windows."
-- Major Keary, Book News

"When I read books I usually read them for one of two reasons, entertainment and information. Usually the two don’t go together but, this book is as enjoyable as a technical book can be...In the end, this book would be a great addition to anyone’s collection of soon to be outdated technical books. I plan to keep this one around for at least a year or two."
-- Darren Coolidge, Alaska Adobe Developer Users Group

"Weighing in at a little over 400 pages, it is not possible to cover every facet of WPF. However the author does a fairly thorough job covering each chapter. Enough detail is provided so that the reader gains a good beginning knowledge of the topic and can build on it themselves."
-- Todd Miranda, Internet Professionals Society of Alabama

"My credit goes to O'Reilly with series of books I consider to be the best in the field: Programming WCF Services, Programming Windows Presentation Foundation, and now Programming WPF. "
-- Stanislav Dvoychenko, Plain Old Stan