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This week's specials from IT-minds.com include the newly updated Core Java books from Cay Hortsmann and Gary Cornell - mandatory reading for any Java programmer. Both books normally retail for £39.99 but you can get them for £27.99 - a saving of 30 per cent.

  • Core Java 2, Volume 1 - The best-selling guide for serious programmers of Java technology-fully updated for the Java 1.4 SDK!
  • Core Java 2, Volume 2 - This book offers all-new discussions of XML and servlets, plus thoroughly revised coverage of a wide range of advanced features - from collections to native methods, security to advanced Swing programming.

Other books on this week's hot list include:


  • Problem Solving & Program Design in C

  • Java P2P Unleashed

  • Complete Python Training Course

  • Real Worlds XML Web Services

  • SQL Performance Tuning

  • C# Design Patterns

  • Database Programming with Visual Basic.NET and ADO .NET

  • Disaster Recovery & Corporate Survival Strategies

You can get the featured titles above at a 30 per cent discount and all other books from

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at a 20 per cent discount.

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