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Thank you for the feedback Benjamin. I'm confident that the Ext JS 3.0 Cookbook offers plenty of bang for the buck.
About your trust issue: For example, do books about .NET need to be written by authors with "direct affiliation" (your words) with Microsoft? What about the hundreds of authors that know and support .NET but do not have a "direct affiliation"?
By the way, did you know that this is not the first book not written by a member of the Ext JS community support team?
Thanks for the reply Jorge. The same day I made my ridiculous post I went ahead and found the deal from Packt and bought both books and ExtJS and Ext JS Cookbook for 50% off retail.
Although I am not a fan of .NET or Microsoft but you make a great point.
My comments were unwarranted and unfair and I am looking forward to reading EXT JS 3.0 Cookbook.
How can i provide suggestions after the manuscript has been devloped? :P
That said, I honestly have not been labled part of the "support team" until a few weeks ago. :P Frank Zammetti is the only author that I know to develop a book that is not part of the 'in' crowd, for lack of a better label.
I see this as a work in progress. Even if the book is out, we can debate the topics, talk about the things that could have been better, etc.