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This week's discounted bunch of fives from Reg associate IT-minds bookstore is led by Designing from Both Sides of the Screen by Ellen Isaacs and Alan Walendowski.

The book sets out to examine how designers and engineers can collaborate to build cooperative technology, offering a sound and proven philosophy for designing and building software. It explores the dialog between designer and software engineer, and gives insights which when applied will facilitate a higher degree of collaboration between them. This tome normally goes out at £34.99, but Reg readers can, for this week only, get it at £27.99 - that's 20 per cent off the list price.

The rest of the bunch of fives are:

  • Understanding .NET
  • Computer Forensics
  • Creative html design.2
  • Building Linux Virtual Private Networks

Well, that little lot should keep you busy for a while, but if they don't ring your bell,

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