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- Reported in: B2.0 (11-Nov-17)
PDF page: 1
Looking forward to reading this book! Unfortunately, the mobi format in its current state is larger than 50 MB, which means it appears to be impossible to actually send it to my Kindle library due to a size restriction. If possible, you may want to consider ways to decrease the .mobi file size to accommodate this restriction. The only workaround at this point appears to be to zip the file and "unzip it" on the kindle with an app -- unfortunately my Kindle is a paperwhite and I don't believe such apps are available to me on it.--Sean Killeen
- Reported in: P1.0 (14-Oct-18)
PDF page: 29
Images of code are too small and too low resolution on pages 29, 30, and 31, in epub and mobi formats. (I tried viewing the images in several Android epub and mobi readers; the images were too small and too low resolution in all readers.) The images are fine in pdf format.
- Reported in: P1.0 (20-Mar-18)
Paper page: 29
Within the mobi files, both on Kindle for MacOS and the Kindle Paperwhite, the images within the Inspect the Code section are blurry and unreadable. I've not gone farther than this section, so I'm unsure if the problem exists farther along in the book.--Eric Musgrove
- Reported in: B4.0 (27-Feb-18)
PDF page: 41,49
In your new book, you clarified that "change coupling" is a better term than "temporal coupling". But temporal coupling/dependencies is still used on some pages. Examples are pages 41 and 49 in the Pdf. However, there are more occurrences.
- Reported in: P1.0 (26-Apr-18)
Paper page: 224
"time of writing (Winter 2018)" -> should be "Winter 2017"--Juraj Martinka
- Reported in: P1.0 (23-May-18)
PDF page: 238
While I was digging into some of the footnotes this evening, I noticed an incomplete citation with a “fix it” note. It’s on page 238 of the pdf version. The Footnote is SABB17
The current text is:
D. Spadini, M. Aniche, M. Bruntink, and A. Bacchelli. To Mock or Not To
Mock? An Empirical Study on Mocking Practices. Unknown - Fix it!. 2017.
The full article in question is here: pure.tudelft.nl/portal/files/13757227/PID4728641.pdf--Kyle Warneck