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Winner Announced: Win a Free Book, 'Essential ActionScript 3.0' - 12 for 2010, Day Two

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As part of the second day of 12 for 2010, we're giving away a free copy of Essential ActionScript 3.0 by O'Reilly books. Entering only takes a few seconds, since all you've got to do is leave a comment. Too easy.

Congratulations to Mustafa Quilon! Thanks again to everyone who took part. If you weren't amongst the 96 winners during the 12 for 2010 giveaways, rest assured that there'll be plenty more to win across the Tuts+ network during the coming year (in addition to the usual awesome content of course!)

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Win Essential ActionScript 3.0

Essential ActionScript 3.0

About the Book

ActionScript 3.0 is a huge upgrade to Flash's programming language. The enhancements to ActionScript's performance, feature set, ease of use, cleanliness, and sophistication are considerable. Essential ActionScript 3.0 focuses on the core language and object-oriented programming, along with the Flash Player API. Essential ActionScript has become the #1 resource for the Flash and ActionScript development community, and the reason is the author, Colin Moock. Many people even refer to it simply as "The Colin Moock book." And for good reason: No one is better at turning ActionScript inside out, learning its nuances and capabilities, and then explaining everything in such an accessible way.

Colin Moock is not just a talented programmer and technologist; he's also a gifted teacher. Essential ActionScript 3.0 is a radically overhauled update to Essential ActionScript 2.0. True to its roots, the book once again focuses on the core language and object-oriented programming, but also adds a deep look at the centerpiece of Flash Player's new API: display programming. Enjoy hundreds of brand new pages covering exciting new language features, such as the DOM-based event architecture, E4X, and namespaces--all brimming with real-world sample code. The ActionScript 3.0 revolution is here, and Essential ActionScript 3.0's steady hand is waiting to guide you through it.

How to Enter in 10 Seconds or Less

For the chance to win a free copy of the book, all you need to do is comment. Make sure to include your correct email address with your comment so that we can contact you. This giveaway is open worldwide, but make sure to get your comment in before midnight on New Year's Eve, Pacific Eastern Standard Time.

To increase your chances of winning something, make sure to enter again once on each Tuts+ site. There are 8 giveaways going on right now, each with another chance to win.

Please note: Envato staff and people who have written more than two tutorials/articles for a Tuts+ site are not eligible to enter.

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