Learn How to Program Using Any Web Browser is a book about general principles of good programming practice for complete novices. If you're a teen or someone who is just starting to get curious about what makes a computer work, or an office worker who has been using computer applications for years and would like to spend some time looking deeper into what makes them tick, then this book is for you.
About the Author
Harold Davis is a technology consultant, hands-on developer, and author of many books. Harold has consulted for Fortune 1000 technology companies, Internet startups, and web infrastructure players. He has been a VP of strategic development at YellowGiant Corporation, a technical director at Vignette Corporation, and a principal in the e-commerce practice at Informix Software. He's worked in many languages and environments, and he's been a lead programmer and/or architect in projects for corporations, including Chase Manhattan Bank, Nike, and Viacom. His books on programming and the web include Programming C# .NET, Programming Visual Basic .NET, The Wi-Fi Experience: Wireless Networking with 802.11b, Red Hat Linux 6: Visual QuickPro Guide, Web Developer's Secrets, Delphi Power Toolkit, and more. He has a bachelor's degree in computer science and mathematics from New York University and a J.D. from Rutgers School of Law.