Last Chance to Win an eBook
Last Chance to Win an eBook
Written by Editor   
Wednesday, 30 May 2012

There's still time to enter May's prize draw where O'Reilly has provided 10 copies of "Making Things See" for those who can answer the simple question "What is it about?"

The clue of course is on the book cover

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but if you want to check you've made the right guess then read Harry Fairhead's review, which concludes that this is "an excellent book" that:

"will save you hours of work and lets you step up to the more interesting problems in using the K** in projects."

For a chance to win, ENTER THE COMPETITION HERE

The deadline has been extended to Sunday 3rd of June to make it a neat weekend.

You'll need be registered on I Programmer and by logging in you'll avoid having to type in your email address.

If you get our email newsletter then it is even easier because you are already registered - just login and enter.


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