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February 16, 2012

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How you can review this book without mentioning the *astonishing* number of typos is beyond me. The core ideas contained in the book is solid enough but it, like the authors' previous book "Machine Learning for Email", clearly hasn't been edited by someone with even a basic grasp of English; many of the code samples clearly won't run either.

It's potentially a seven or eight out of ten given the content. As it stands, however, it barely merits a two. This is possibly the worst proofed book that O'Reilly have ever released.

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