March 11th, 2007,
Java, Swing, Writing.
Prentice Hall recently sent Chet and I the artwork that might get on Filthy Rich Clients book’s cover.
I really can’t wait to get a final printed copy!
Fantastic! Hillarious artwork. I can’t wait to get a copy of this book. :)
Cool!goes by the name of the book…..
I can’t wait to get my hands on this book so I can add some BLING BLING to my, currently, poor clients!!
Tremendous cover. Maybe you can sell blinged out duke chains with the book ;)
I have no doubt the book will at least be as cool as the cover ;)
Be a filthy star :-)
Awsome. And when are the first prints planned for?
Hi Romain !!! Good job and nice cover !!!
I’m surely I’ll buy a copy of your book !!!
Thanks for your good work !!
I hope I can learn how to embed a word processor into my Swing applications. One that is cross platform.
If not I hope I can learn how to embed a browser into a frame, then I could perhaps leverage Google http://docs.google.com.
With that kind of power I could add to my killer app the piece de resistance and then I could be filthy rich like The Google.
That’s wonderful. Talk about putting the “fun” back in Java… that cover perfectly captures what you guys are about.
It looks great, just like most of the footnotes in the book ;)
Thanks guys, I’m glad you like it. We need to properly thank the artist as well.
don’t judge a book by its cover or so they say…
BUT in this case i will make an exception!!
This cover is real fun!
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