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    JavaScript Enlightenment: Now AvailableJavascript enlightenment thumb
    I'm pleased to help promote the follow-up to Cody Lindley's fantastic jQuery Enlightenment eBook, appropriately titled, JavaScript Enlightenment. Building upon his previous book, this newest release focuses exclusively on JavaScript objects, and will assist you in transitioning from a library user, to a full-fledged JavaScript developer! Read More…
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    Getting Good With JavaScript: New Rockable Book (Plus a Free Sample!)Js cover
    You've been writing HTML and CSS for a while now, and are pretty comfy with it. Scratch that: you're uber-comfy with it. And you're ready to move on to the next level. But that means learning JavaScript! Yikes!Read More…
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    Nettuts+ Approved Web Development BooksNettuts approved books
    Some people say web development books are dead. Why spend $40 when there's a seemingly never-ending stream of information available for free on the web, via blogs like Nettuts+? Well, there's absolutely validity to that statement, but the fact remains, nothing compares to curling up on a couch with a fully researched, definitive guide to a particular subject. With that in mind, we've prepared a list of books that we feel are among the best of the best. Nettuts+ approved books!Read More…
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    Updated: 10 Free Copies of "JavaScript Patterns" from O'Reilly BooksJavascript patterns thumb
    Not only was Stoyan Stefanov nice enough to submit an excerpt of his book, JavaScript Patterns, to Nettuts+, but we also have ten digital copies available to give away to our community! Personally, I'm roughly 75% finished with the book, and it's fantastic. Similar to his previous book, "Object-Oriented JavaScript," Stoyan has an uncanny ability to make high level techniques and concepts as easy as possible to understand. Even if you don't win a copy, "JavaScript Patterns" receives my highest recommendation. Read More…
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    Getting Good with Git: New eBook!Getting good with git
    Those of you who follow us on Twitter may have heard that, for the last few months, we've been preparing an exclusive ebook on Git (the most requested topic). I'm pleased to announce that the project is now complete, helmed by assistant Nettuts+ editor, Andrew Burgess! Git is confusing -- really confusing! Make things easier on yourself and grab this ebook. Read More…
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    Winners Announced: Free Copies of "jQuery: Novice to Ninja"200x200
    A few weeks ago, the amazing guys at SitePoint sent me a handful of copies of their latest book, "jQuery: Novice to Ninja," to give away to our community. As their first book to focus specifically on jQuery, the final product is a resounding success, covering the absolute basics up to building your own plugins. The writers, Earle Castledine and Craig Sharkie have really done a great job simplifying as much as possible so that even the absolute beginners can immediately dive into working in jQuery. Read More…
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    Magento 1.3: PHP Developer's Guide - Free Copies200x200
    Magento is one of the most popular PHP eCommerce solutions available for web developers. In their own words, it's the fastest growing eCommerce platform in the world. Packt Publishing has generously donated a handful of copies of their latest Magento book, called "Magento 1.3: PHP Developer's Guide". Given that ThemeForest and CodeCanyon have both begun selling Magento themes and extensions, respectively, now would be a fantastic time to get on board with your training! To win a free copy, simply leave a comment, and I'll randomly choose and contact some of you. Read More…
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    Run Your Own Web Server Using Linux & ApacheWebserver
    Run Your Own Web Server Using Linux & Apache - Free 191 Page Preview Learn about everything you'll need to build and maintain your Linux servers, and to deploy Web applications to them. Whether you're planning on running Linux at home, or on a leased Web Server, this book will walk you step-by-step through all of the common administration tasks, from managing traffic reporting to log-file rotation. This guide even includes step-by-step instructions on installing Linux (Fedora 4), Apache 2.0, PHP 5 and MySQL 4.1 on a home or office development server, so you can test all of your applications before rolling them out. Read More…
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    The Art & Science of JavaScriptArtsciencejs
    The Art & Science of JavaScript - Free 100 Page Preview For intermediate JavaScript developers who want to take their JavaScript skills to the next level without sacrificing web accessibility or best practice. If you've never written a line of JavaScript before, this probably isn't the right book for you—some of the logic in the later chapters can get a little hairy. If you have only a small amount of experience with JavaScript, but are comfortable enough programming in another language such as PHP or Java, you'll be just fine—SitePoint will hold your hand along the way, and all of the code is available for you to download and experiment with on your own. And if you're an experienced JavaScript developer, they would be very, very surprised if you didn't learn a thing or two. In fact, if you only learn a thing or two, you should contact them at SitePoint—they may have a book project for you to tackle!Read More…
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    The PHP Anthology: 101 Essential Tips, Tricks & Hacks, 2nd EditionPhpanth
    The PHP Anthology - Free 207 Page Preview A compilation of the best solutions provided to common PHP questions. The PHP Anthology will save you time, and eliminate the frustration of completing PHP tasks, with a comprehensive collection of ready-to-use solutions. If you're building web applications with PHP you'll never let this book out of your site! Read More…
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    The "Woork" Handbook200x200
    Cost: Free Found Via: woork.blogspot.com Read More…
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    The Art and Science of CSS: FREE!Sp 200x200
    The folks at SitePoint are offering "The Art and Science of CSS" for free if you follow them on Twitter. Read More…
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