Giving away Programming C# 4 – one per week…

[ Weekly Winners Listed at the bottom of the message ]

Want a free copy?

If you’d like a free copy of Programming C# 4 direct from O’Reilly, just leave a comment indicating your interest and agreeing that after you read it you’ll…

(a) write a review on Amazon and BN.com, (good, bad or other) and, (b) if you like it, tell friends and co-workers (if not, tell me 🙂  )

Each week for the next 3 months I’ll draw a name randomly (each entry will be assigned a number and I’ll use a (pseudo) random number generator to pick one).

My Hidden Agenda

Programming C# was, for a while, the best selling book on C# and O’Reilly’s #1 .NET book.  I want that back.  The single best way I knew of to get it, was to ask Ian Griffiths, the smartest C# programmer I know, if he would rewrite the book; keeping what was best, removing the cruft and adding his extraordinary insight.  He and Matthew Adams (an extremely sharp (pardon) guy who I don’t know nearly well enough) have done an extraordinary job.

Quite Note on Rules

This is a fairly informal system, but to make sure no one is upset, here are some rules that I hope are fairly standard:

1. I will do my best to ensure that the selection is random
2. I will select a winner sometime during every week of August, September and October 2010, though we may extend.
3. Please put your name into the comments only once
4. I will announce the winners on this blog post,  and announce the update on twitter (@jeseliberty)

5. Winners must provide me with their full name, shipping address, contact phone and email. Unless you specifically ask otherwise, O’Reilly may add you to one or another of their mailing lists.
6. This is a promotional give-away from O’Reilly Media, please follow their rules and all local laws, customs and rites.
7. Void where prohibited, Your mileage may vary, Not available in sector C.



Weekly Winners

  1. …The first winner is Twitter Follower 0x666 – @Darenmay.
  2. Winner for the week of August 9: Mark Lewin
  3. Winner for the week of August 17:  mclearwater@gmail.com
  4. Winner for the week of August 23: vaudette@gmail.com
  5. Winner for the Week of August 30: Shankar R.
  6. Winner for the week of Sept 7: Kevin
  7. Winner for the week of September 14: Niall D
  8. Winner for the week of September 21: Otsile Earl Kole
  9. Winner for the week of September 28: AxiomaticImpact
  10. Winner for the week of November 1: SilverArc
  11. Winner for the week of November 8: Graeme G
  12. Winner for the week of November 15: Robert.Waffles

Update: books will all go out the first week of January.

Winners: Be sure to email your full name and mailing address to me: jesseliberty@jesseliberty.com

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About Jesse Liberty

Jesse Liberty is an independent consultant and programmer with three decades of experience writing and delivering software projects. He is the author of 2 dozen books and multiple Pluralsight courses, and has been a Senior Technical Evangelist for Microsoft, a Distinguished Software Engineer for AT&T, a VP for Information Services for Citibank and a Software Architect for PBS. He is a Xamarin Certified Mobile Developer and a Xamarin MVP, Microsoft MVP and Telerik MVP.
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508 Responses to Giving away Programming C# 4 – one per week…

  1. Ihab says:

    Hi Jesse ,

    I would really appreciate if I can get a free copy of Programming C# 4 direct from O’Reilly .

    Thanks…
    Ihab

  2. Leon says:

    I would like a free copy of Programming C# , I’m moving into the world of web development and really enjoy your teaching style. I agree to review your book after reading and will recommend the book before completing it, as I already think its a great book. Leon

  3. Leon says:

    I would like a free copy of Programming C# , I’m moving into the world of web development and really enjoy your teaching style. I agree to review your book after reading and will recommend the book before completing it, as I already think its a great book.

  4. Anurag says:

    Hi Jesse ,

    I would really appreciate if I can get a free copy of Programming C# 4 direct from O’Reilly .

    Thanks in Advance!!
    Anurag

  5. Rwitta says:

    I would like a copy of Programming C# 4. I agree to review the book after reading it

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