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Looking forward to have your new JSF 2.0 book

Enrique Villamizar
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Joined: Jul 30, 2005
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Hello to Ed Burns and Chris Schalk and congratulations for writing the book "JavaServer Faces 2.0, The Complete Reference".

I heard about your book at the end of last December and I wanted to buy it at the beginning of January (At Amazon)but I don´t have a credit card (I have the money saved). In Colombia is not so easy to have a credit card. I´m really interested in your book because I'm a newbie using JFS and I want to learn it using the new JSF 2.0 features. I tryied to use jsf 1.2 and Ajax (Dynamic faces extension) but I've read that JSF 2.0 included full Ajax support.

Looking forward to have your excellent book in my hands I need it right now. Do you think your book could help me to create web 2.0 Java application?
Ed Burns
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Hello Mr. Villamizar,

Thanks for your interest in the book. I know that Sao Paulo is as far away from Bogota as Miami is from Vancouver, but I have to say that Globalcode in Sao Paulo Brazil does lots of excellent Java training and I've been working with them to figure out a way to economically import books to them. Perhaps we can figure something out to make it worth your while.

As to your question: I expect it will.

Ed
Ed Burns
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If you're interested in buying the book, I can sell it to you directly. I take paypal. Please leave your contact information at my contact page.

Ed
 
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