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Is Pragmatic Programmer available in India?

 
Srikanth Raghavan
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Hi folks,

One of the good-programming-related books that I have read is "The Pragmatic Programmer", in fact that's the first one. Currently I am reading HF Design Patterns and Code Complete 2 by Steve McConnell.

But I don't own a copy of "Pragmatic Programmer" which I would love to have it in my shelf, can someone tell me whether this book is available in India (if possible in Hyderabad)?

A small tip, one must read the following books:

1) Code Complete 2 - by Steve McConnell
2) HF Design Patterns - by our own Bert Bates, Kathy Sierra and Elisabeth Freeman, Eric Freeman
3) Pragmatic Programmer - by Hunt and Thomas
4) Effective Java - by Josh Bloch

I will read HF OOAD and tell you guys later.

Happy reading and please tell me if it's available cause the last time I checked it, it was unavailable.
[ January 02, 2007: Message edited by: Srikanth Raghavan ]
 
Jeroen T Wenting
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Any bookstore selling O'Reilly books should be able to order it for you.
Might take a while to get there if the importer doesn't have it in stock of course.
 
Srikanth Raghavan
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Originally posted by Jeroen T Wenting:
Any bookstore selling O'Reilly books should be able to order it for you.
Might take a while to get there if the importer doesn't have it in stock of course.


Thanks Jeroen for replying, but I "Pramatic Programmer" is from Addison Wesley. And many of the books from Addison Wesley that I have tried to get were unavailable. I just want to check with other ranchers. But I will try to order it if possible with some book dealer as you suggested.
 
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