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Feb 24, Alex French rated it did not like it. I like some of the underlying ideas in this book.
I may not be qualified to quibble about some of the ideas that I don't agree with. But I do feel qualified to quibble about some of the topical coverage, and certainly about the presentation of material. I found the book frustrating enough that I started making negative notes only a few pages in.
Coverage note that I read the edition: Even if this is Celko's background, I would appreciate some intelligent discussion understanding that this isn't always the case.
Maybe this shouldn't be surprising since the book doesn't even attempt to establish a general progression of ideas or story arc.
This seems irresponsible even with the general admonition. For a book that is about programming style, which is fundamentally about organization of information at all scales typographical, conceptual, everything in between , this book just sucks. The presentation details seriously impact the ability to absorb the material- simple ideas become difficult to understand and difficult ideas become impossible.
Especially difficult when the thing being illustrated is indentation! It is not clear whether he asked for permission before calling out some forum posters by name. I was so frustrated by this book that I might go review it on Amazon just out of spite.
In the book's defense, I will still give the two other Joe Celko books that I picked up for a few dollars on half. Joe might do well to read "BadAss: I realized that two stars was too generous for what this book is. I will still take a look at some of Celko's other books because he clearly knows his SQL, but that doesn't make this book any better.
Nov 16, Biju Jose rated it liked it.