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Praise for Ajax Security Book

Bryan and I got to see the cover of our book Ajax Security before it went to the printers today. It included what is known in the industry as a praise quote, where someone who is famous in a certain space reads the manuscript and provides a quote for the book.

 Byran and I received the following quote from the father of Ajax, Jesse James Garrett:

"Ajax Security is a remarkably rigorous and thorough examination of an underexplored subject. Every Ajax engineer needs to have the knowledge contained in this book - or be able to explain why they don't."

Bryan and I know how detailed and complete the book is. We know how the industry now is accepting what we have been saying for 18+ months. But there is still something unbelievably refreshing when one of the most visible people in Web 2.0 developement annouces that everyone should own a copy of your book.

 Oh yeah!

| ‎10-31-2007 12:58 PM
| ‎01-31-2008 07:02 PM
Cool! I'll have to pick up a copy of the book. I've heard good things about it. Are you in the Bay Area? You can grab a free lunch here at Google if you want and we can chat; white hat security folks should get free meals for their work :smileyhappy:

Brad Neuberg
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