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This week's sizzling Summer discount offer from Reg associate IT-minds.com is the mighty Neil Bradley's new XSL Companion. A concise, comprehensive and accessible guide to the scope, strengths and limitations of the XSL (eXtensible Stylesheet Language) family of stylesheet standards for XML, this book explains the practical ways in which XSL can be utilized for formatting and manipulating information held in the hugely popular XML data format. Bradley's new edition of the best-selling 'XSL Companion' covers all the features of the new XSLT standard. Usual price £28.99 but available to you for £20.29!

Other hot offers that you can catch at a 30 per cent discount include:

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  • Delphi 6

  • Writing Better Requirements

  • Pair Programming Illuminated

  • Problem Solving with C++

  • Stop Stealing Sheep

  • The Object of Java

  • MCSA Training Guide

And don't forget that you can get all other books from IT-minds.com at a 20 per cent discount. ®

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