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How did you think of writing this book?

 
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What made you write this book? Does this book reflects the challenges faced by you or your knowns? What was the inspiration behind it?
 
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Which book and Who is the author?
 
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Presumably indra is talking about 'Coders at work' written by Peter -> https://coderanch.com/t/467195/Jobs-Discussion/careers/Welcome-Peter-Seibel
 
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indra negi wrote:What made you write this book? Does this book reflects the challenges faced by you or your knowns? What was the inspiration behind it?



Apress, the publisher, had the original idea for the book as a follow on to their book Founders at Work. And they knew me from when I wrote Practical Common Lisp for them and asked me to do this one. I tried to ask my interviewees about topics that would be of interest to any programmer with a broad interest in their craft.
 
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Right I am referring to "Coders at Work".

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That's really a great idea as it will help many java developers like me. Hope you continue your contribution to this field. Good Luck.
 
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