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TechBookReport aims to provide independent, interesting and informative book reviews for developers, technologists and the plain geeky. This site is not linked to any publisher or author. This is a hype-free zone, and bad books deserve to be outed. Links to online bookshops do not influence the reviews - if something is not worth buying then reviewers are encouraged to say so. On the other hand if something is so good that life is meaningless without it then reviewers are encouraged to say that too. If you know how this site can be improved then drop us a line.
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TechBookReport is edited by Pan Pantziarka.