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All of this week's featured books from Reg associate IT-minds.com are discounted at a healthy 40 per cent and include a mix of old classics and new releases such as:

Advanced Linux Networking - The advanced Linux networking book for experienced Linux administrators in mission-critical environments. This book is hot off the press and is available to El Reg customers at just £22.79 - a saving of 40 per cent on the list price.

Or, if you fancy a bit of IT heritage, try:

Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment by the mighty Stevens, is a much-loved best-seller and open source bible of which it is said: "It is a 'must have' for any serious C programmer who works under UNIX. Its depth, thoroughness, and clarity of explanation are unmatched." - UniForum Monthly (1992)

Well, you can't argue with that. Available to friends of Vulture Central customers at just £32.39 - that's 40 per cent off.

Other titles available at a 40% discount include:

  • Advanced Linux Programming

  • Linux Kernel Programming - pre-release availability

  • Incident Response

  • Fireworks MX Magic

  • SAMS Teach Yourself JavaScript in 24 Hours

  • XML & PHP

  • XML Family of Specifications

  • SE Using HTML & XHTML

  • Unix Shell Programming

  • Linux & Unix Shell Programming

  • Complete Idiot's Guide to Unix

And don't forget that you can always get a 20 per cent discount on any other title on the IT-minds.com bookstore. Lovely. ®

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