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Competition This week's reader offer from Reg associate IT-minds bookstore carries an extra punch.

In celebration of all things open source, the bookstore is offering 20 per cent off an incredible 23 titles and is further giving readers the chance to win one of five copies of PHP and MySQL Web Development by Laura Thomson and Luke Welling.

All you have to do for a chance to grab this best-seller is proceed to the IT-minds/Register homepage where you can register your entry.

And while you're there, why not peruse all of this week's featured tomes?:

  • PHP and MySQL Web Development

  • Red Hat Linux 7.2 Unleashed

  • STY PHP in 24 Hours

  • Core Perl

  • Core MySQL

  • Unix System Admin Handbook

  • Linux Desk Reference

  • Unix Network Prog Vol I

  • Unix Network Prog Vol II

  • Perl to Python Migration

  • Create Dynamic Web pages Using PHP and MYSQL

  • Linux System Administration - A Users Guide

  • Inside Linux

  • Linux Firewalls 2Ed

  • Linux System Administration

  • Building Linux Virtual Private Networks

  • Understanding Open Source Software Development

  • STY Unix 24 Hours

  • STY MySQL in 21 Days

  • Unix Unleashed

  • PostgreSQL Developer's Handbook

  • Mod_Perl Developer's Cookbook

  • PHP Developer's Cookbook

Yes indeed, all of the above are available to Reg readers with 20 per cent off. What's more, IT-minds offers friends of Vulture Central a permanent 10 per cent off a huge range of IT titles. Go to it.

Note

The competition closes on midnight on Friday, 5 April.

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