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Friday Freebies: "Learning Ext JS"

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Our friends over at Packt have been really good to us over the last few months. To promote the recently released Learning Ext JS book, I've been allowed to raffle off three copies! To enter, all you must do is link to your resume/CV. More details after the jump!

My boss recently requested that I email her a copy of my resume (or CV). I realized that I didn't have one on file anymore. To find some inspiration, I did a Google search for "web developer cv". Shockingly, it's quite difficult to find quality samples. It occurred to me that, if I'm searching for this, others must be as well! That sounds like a great round-up for Nettuts+.

Show Off Your Resume/CV

If you have a fantastic resume/cv to show off - and are willing - leave a comment and paste a link to the PDF or image. If you wish, you're free to blur your name - for anonymity. My intention is to create an article on Nettuts+ called "30 Examples of Fantastic Designer Resumes". From those you have linked, I'll choose a few random numbers and award their respective authors with copies of Learning Ext JS.

"As more and more of our work is done through a web browser, and more businesses build web rather than desktop applications, users want web applications that look and feel like desktop applications. Ext JS is a JavaScript library that makes it (relatively) easy to create desktop-style user interfaces in a web application, including multiple windows, toolbars, drop-down menus, dialog boxes, and much more. Both Commercial and Open Source licenses are available for Ext JS.

Ext JS has the unique advantage of being the only client-side UI library that also works as an application development library. Learning Ext JS will help you create rich, dynamic, and AJAX-enabled web applications that look good and perform beyond the expectations of your users."

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