Packt Publishing giving away free ebooks

On June 19, 2009, in Books, by Anuj Gakhar

I have been informed that as a celebration of completing 5 years, Packt Publishing are giving away free ebooks to everyone interested.

I am just spreading the word here. Below is the original press release.

Five years ago, Packt published its first book, Mastering phpMyAdmin for Effective MySQL Management. In the years that followed, Packt has published over 200 books on many different subjects and technologies.

We think it’s important to take the time to celebrate and thank the people who have made this possible. Therefore as our way of saying thank you for your support over the last five years, we have decided that over the next few weeks, Packt will be offering new and existing customers’ five exclusive offers.

The PEAR Installer Manifesto is one of the eBooks that we are offering to our readers. This book shows users the power of this code management and deployment system to revolutionize their PHP application development.

To download a free PDF copy of this book, simply visit http://www.packtpub.com/account and login to your account, or create one if you donít already have one, and scroll down to your download area. Here you will see a link to the eBook, which you can download as many times as you like. In addition to this book, you can also download other eBooks on various technologies for free.

You can find more information on this offer by visiting http://www.packtpub.com/article/celebrate-with-us-as-packt-turns-5

 

One Response to Packt Publishing giving away free ebooks

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