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Winners Announced: Free Copies of "Pro PHP and jQuery"

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Jason Lengstorf was nice enough to offer our community a handful of copies of his latest awesome book, Pro PHP and jQuery. Be sure to read his latest Nettuts+ tutorial, "Object-Oriented PHP for Beginners," based on his book.


Winners Announced:

Congratulations to the following winners, who were randomly selected:

  • Jonathan Stuckey
  • Rick Blalock
  • Matt Vickers

Each of you will be contacted shortly about arranging your free copy. Thanks again to everyone who entered!

"This book is for intermediate programmers interested in building Ajax web applications using jQuery and PHP. Along with teaching some advanced PHP techniques, it will teach you how to take your dynamic applications to the next level by adding a JavaScript layer with jQuery."

To enter for a chance to win a hardcopy version of the book, leave a comment with a PHP tip. It can be as simple or as long as you like. Just as long as it was something that helped you to learn PHP, that will automatically enter you! On Monday morning, we'll choose the winners!


You can also purchase "Pro PHP and jQuery" here.

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