[See the first part of my review here.]
I guess Arend-Jan and I are going to play some kind of ping-pong over this. I should have been finished way before his post this afternoon! Continued reading last Sunday I did finish the book last Monday already. Nevertheless I am happy that Arend-Jan stepped in today as I fully agree with his first observation on Alex' book:
... this book intends [to] give the user an insight of the world developers are in .. [which] makes the book unique.
Indeed for the price of this book, including the tips on how to install it "... for (almost) free", it's a efficient and fun-to-do way of getting to know NAV and have insight in the NAV developer's world. Next to that I typically would advice any starting developer and consultant, be it technical or functional, to pick up this book and run through it, performing every step Alex points out.
Well done, Alex.
But next to all this halleluja some criticism: wanna learn something about NAV reporting, even be it basics, buy another book.