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Book Winners!

Today I am pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Book Giveaway, wherein 9 contestants win free copies of my books — The Tao of WordPress, WordPress Themes In Depth, and .htaccess made easy — including all bonus material and updates.

And the winners are..

The Tao of WordPress

  • Margie Osgood
  • Spencer Barfuss
  • Brin Wilson

WordPress Themes In Depth

  • Bodie Quirk
  • Arnold Wotherspoon
  • Gustavo Malamud

.htaccess made easy

Includes a free printed copy of the book!

  • Jed Henson
  • Lee Underwood
  • Andrew Minion

Congratulations to these lucky winners, and thank you to everyone who participated in the 2014 Book Giveaway :)

Happy New Year!!!

Jeff Starr
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Jeff Starr = Fullstack Developer. Book Author. Teacher. Human Being.
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4 responses to “Book Winners!”

  1. Wow…you know I can’t remember the last time I actually won anything! Thanks Jeff! Incidentally, with the addition of The Tao of WordPress I now own all four of your books (a complete collection)! :)

  2. Spencer Barfuss 2014/12/31 8:49 am

    Thank you, Jeff! Really appreciate it! Can’t wait to get into the book and check out the theme. Hope you had a great Christmas celebrating the birth of our Savior, King Jesus, and have a Happy New Year.

  3. Che fortunati!

  4. Congratulations to all the winners! Waiting for the next round now :)

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Playing the long game.
They have weaponized the idiots.
Good software never steals focus from the user. Even during startup.
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