RT Essentials now available

It gives me an almost unhealthy amount of pleasure to announce the
availability of /RT Essentials/ from O’Reilly Media.

RT Essentials is the first book on RT and was coauthored by me, Robert
Spier, Dave Rolsky, Darren Chamberlain and Richard Foley.

It took a while to make it happen and at times I wasn’t even sure it would
see the light of day. This weekend, I attended O’Reilly’s FOO camp and
Tim O’Reilly presented me with the first copy of RT Essentials.

The book is shipping from Amazon and other retailers now. To get your
copy, head on over to http://rtbook.bestpractical.com.

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Jesse

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Jesse, Is a Table of Contents available for review? I didn’t see one at
the O’Reilly site.

Joby Walker
ITI SSG, University of Washington


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Jesse Vincent wrote:

It gives me an almost unhealthy amount of pleasure to announce the
availability of /RT Essentials/ from O’Reilly Media.

RT Essentials is the first book on RT and was coauthored by me, Robert
Spier, Dave Rolsky, Darren Chamberlain and Richard Foley.

It took a while to make it happen and at times I wasn’t even sure it would
see the light of day. This weekend, I attended O’Reilly’s FOO camp and
Tim O’Reilly presented me with the first copy of RT Essentials.

The book is shipping from Amazon and other retailers now. To get your
copy, head on over to http://rtbook.bestpractical.com.

Best,
Jesse

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Jesse, Is a Table of Contents available for review? I didn’t see one at
the O’Reilly site.

I don’t have an electronic copy from ORA yet. The content on their site
is still from the pre-release phase. But as soon as they get it up, I’ll
link to it.

I just received mine couple hours ago. Eeehaa!

ThanksOn Wed, Aug 24, 2005 at 08:12:45PM, Jesse Vincent wrote:

On Wed, Aug 24, 2005 at 05:10:30PM -0700, Joby Walker wrote:

Jesse, Is a Table of Contents available for review? I didn’t see one at
the O’Reilly site.

I don’t have an electronic copy from ORA yet. The content on their site
is still from the pre-release phase. But as soon as they get it up, I’ll
link to it.

Joby Walker
ITI SSG, University of Washington


http://lists.bestpractical.com/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/rt-users

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> It gives me an almost unhealthy amount of pleasure to announce the > availability of /RT Essentials/ from O'Reilly Media. > > RT Essentials is the first book on RT and was coauthored by me, Robert > Spier, Dave Rolsky, Darren Chamberlain and Richard Foley. > > It took a while to make it happen and at times I wasn't even sure it would > see the light of day. This weekend, I attended O'Reilly's FOO camp and > Tim O'Reilly presented me with the first copy of RT Essentials. > > The book is shipping from Amazon and other retailers now. To get your > copy, head on over to http://rtbook.bestpractical.com.

Excellent! I ordered mine a few weeks ago.

Looking forward to it.

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What version of RT does this book discuss? Thanks.

Viren Patel
Chemistry & Biochemistry
University of Texas at Austin

What version of RT does this book discuss? Thanks.

The book covers RT 3.4, though just about everything in RT 3.2 is
covered, as is everything major about how 3.5 works.

Jesse