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Giving Away More Books!

A few days ago, I launched a Thanksgiving-themed book giveaway for Digging Into WordPress. The post has received some great comments that reminded me of how absolutely awesome people can be. So to chase the feeling and keep the momentum going, I’m giving away more books to 9 lucky winners.

Here are the books that are up for grabs:

Details: Valid email address required to win. Printed book includes shipping. Randomly chosen winners will be announced in December.

To participate: leave a comment letting people know what you do for a living (or plan on doing or already did or whatever). It would be great to hear what people are up to these days. Also in your comment, please mention which book you would like to win :)

Have fun and good luck!

Update! The contest now is over, thank you to all who participated. You can see who won in the announcement post »

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48 responses to “Giving Away More Books!”

  1. I am a front-end developer at the University of South Carolina. I am looking to dive deeper into WordPress theme/website development. I would love to receive The Tao of WordPress or WordPress Themes In Depth.

  2. Hello,

    I’m a freelance Front-End Developer, who’s working from home. Currently I’m studying CS and before a month I got very interested in website security and cryptographic methods. I have been working with WordPress before and now, but I prefer Frameworks instead. I would like to get a copy of .htaccess made easy book.

  3. Tina Tang 2014/12/10 3:47 pm

    I’m an administrative assistant aspiring to be a developer. I have completed an Applied Web Development course over the last 3 years. Now I am reading any material on WordPress I can get my hands on to get better at it.

  4. Abhishek Sachan 2014/12/13 1:42 pm

    I’m a 16-years old front-end web developer/designer (student officially) from India. I’ve been designing and developing the front-end since last 1 year. Now that I’ve learnt a lot about front-end working 5-7 hours a day, I need to move from static to dynamic, wanna be a wp plugin & theme developer. “Digging into WordPress” would give me the best opportunity to begin with wp development.

  5. Daniel Cruz 2014/12/16 8:17 am

    (I hope I’m not too late to enter…) Hi there! I’m Daniel, a 26year old graphic designer. I’ve always had a thing for programming and I enjoy when I have to be a front-end developer in my work place. I think I already know the basics of html, css and javascript but now I really wanted to move to something that allowed me to make websites that could be changed and use by clients that know nothing about web-development and getting any of the 3 books would be great (specially WordPress Themes in Depth)! Hope to ear from you soon :D

  6. Leon Fernandez 2014/12/17 9:26 am

    Im interested in The TAO of WordPress in order to learn more about this CMS solution, normally just used to making simple sites as a hobby in my free time (Ive been in sales, accounting and administration fields).

  7. Hi! I’ve been a web developer for quite some time now. I’ve gotten a chance to work on various frameworks. I’ve recently started exploring WordPress & would like to win a copy of ‘WordPress Themes in Depth’.

    By the way, I liked your video tutorial on Lynda.com.

  8. I hope that I am not too late!

    I have been developing and designing websites since the 90’s as a side job and hobby. I am always learning new skills and techniques and keeping on top of developments like HTML 5 and CSS 3. Love it!

    And I admire and respect intelligent programmers like yourself.

    I would love (and need) .htaccess Made Easy. I struggle to understand it.

  9. Karsten Fink 2014/12/22 7:45 am

    Hi, I am not making a living from coding, I sell windshields. Now I found this site some time back and it seems keep returning because Jeff is talented. The blackhole-stuff is fascinating.

  10. I’m a junior web developer from Uganda, East Africa. Stumbled upon this website a couple of months back and I’m forever glued. Like many people who’ve commented, I want to gain mastery of WordPress development. Obviously the best way to do that is to learn from the best. That’s why I’d like to win a copy of either the Tao of WP or WordPress themes in depth. Thanks a lot Jeff

  11. if i have one wish before end of this year, the wish will be to have a copy of WordPress themes in depth authored by Jeff, i know you are one of the best WordPress expert that i have been admiring and following online, i have gain a lot of knowledge from your website digging wordpress, perishablepress and other. thank i will love to start my wordpress theme development skill next year by having a copy of your book

    • Im interested in The TAO of WordPress in order to learn more about this CMS solution, normally just used to making simple sites as a hobby in my free tim
      e (Ive been in sales, accounting and administration fields).

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