Aaron was kind enough to write the foreword to my new book Going Offline. Here it is in full.
In Going Offline, Jeremy Keith breaks down heady concepts into approachable prose and easy-to-follow code examples. He also points out service worker gotchas and shows you how to deftly avoid them. Invest a scant few hours with this book, and you’ll gain a solid understanding of how to put this new technology to work for you right away. No, really—within fifteen to twenty minutes of putting it down.
I can’t wait to get my hands on Laura’s book. It will be released on September 26th, but you can preorder it now.
Lara’s new book really is excellent. I was lucky enough to get an early preview and here’s what I said:
Giving a talk in public can be a frightening prospect but with Lara Hogan at your side, there’s no limit to what you can accomplish. This book is your shield and sword. Speak, friend, and conquer!
This is a great idea from A Book Apart—the more different books you buy at the same time, the more of a discount you get.
Got to get ‘em all!
Aw, my l’il ol’ book is three years old!
To celebrate, you can get 15% off any title from A Book Apart with this discount code for the next few days: HAPPY3RD.
The perfect Christmas gift for the web geek in your life: get a discount of 30% when you buy all six books apart.
A peek behind the scenes of the printing of the Korean version of HTML5 For Web Designers.
A wonderfully made video on the story of A Book Apart. Mandy should have her own show.
You can now borrow HTML5 For Web Designers through the Open Library. Nice one, George!
Erin is writing about content strategy for A Book Apart. This is good news for everyone.
A lovely bit of unboxing porn.
Use Gowalla? Want a copy of my book? Jeffrey has the details.
I had a lot of fun chatting with Dan Benjamin and Jeffrey Zeldman about HTML5 for Web Designers. Now you can watch the video or listen to the podcast.
Coming soon to a bookshelf near you.