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The Pragmatic Bookshelf: Win every Pragmatic title

Tim Cooke
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Came across this this pretty special promotion yesterday and thought I'd share. A chance to win an eBook copy of every single Pragmatic title currently available. An opportunity not to be sniffed at.


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Deepak Bala
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Thanks for sharing Tim. They do have some excellent books in their collection. I've read quite a few of them.


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Thanks Tim. I tweeted it from @coderanch as well as giving you a cow.


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Jeanne..... You have just made my day. Thank you.

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I found this publisher a week ago by following one of the book reviews on the ranch. What I like is that they have audiobooks I can listen to while commuting. Right now I am enjoying

"The Developer's Code (audio book): What Real Programmers Do" with Ka Wai Cheung; narrated by Don Azevedo
 
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