As a rule, I am usually reading at least one technical book for my own purposes. At the moment, this is being taken over by one for work. As part of some tasks at work, I am reading a new book. The material isn’t bad, but the prose itself is painful:
Deeply inspired to the classic client/server request model, the WebForms model worked beautifully and…Page 4
I skimmed the book first just to see what it covered and it seemed OK. As I go back through in more detail it’s clear that this is going to be a slog. Not because of the underlying material, but because the phrasing is so baroque.
I have included the by now traditional link if you want a copy of your own. But I recommend staying away unless the material is particularly critical for you.