Establish a database of IT books for guidance on topics like Packaging

Hi bklly, first of all thanks for maintaining such a big website. Here my request is why don't we have seperate sections for "books" in that 'book name, author and field of study...' that will be useful for Application Packagers who follows this website??? It really helps our community better. 

I am aware that somebody already asked the questions regarding that and we can follow them to get the info needed but jus curious about it.


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Posted by: bkelly 11 years ago
Red Belt

Thanks for the kind words and suggestion. As a feature request, please use the feedback link on the side of the page (this way others can see and vote upon it to help us prioritize it among the hundreds of other features and enhancements planned). As a full IT library, I think this may be a very good idea (packaging alone is probably not a topic of focus for enough books, but could make for a helpful "category" among a database of recommended technical book). At the moment, we've got a tag for "books" that can help you to find content that chose it. I've tagged this question with the "books" tag, just give it a click to see results. I must admit there is not a lot at the moment, but this should make for a good alternative until a dedicated feature might be implemented.

Thanks again!


Posted by: igorvinnykov 11 years ago
Senior White Belt

I think that this discussion can be helpful: http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/837897


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