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This week's featured book from Reg associate IT-minds.com offers Reg readers the chance to acquaint themselves with Ant.

As an open source tool, Ant is a readily available and cost-effective tool for Java developers. Until now, however, users have not had the benefit of a comprehensive written guide.

The Ant Developers Handbook begins with a rapid introduction to obtaining, installing, and configuring Ant and covers all major feature sets and use practices. Lead author Alan Williamson is one of the most recognized names in the Java community and serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Java Developers Journal.

The Ant Developers Handbook is available to all Register visitors at a 30 per cent discount and weighs in at a lean £17.85.

The rest of this week's books at a 30 per cent discount are:

  • Making the Web Work: Designing Effective Web Applications

  • Practical Storage Area Networking

  • XML and Perl

  • Juniper Networks: Field Guide and Reference

  • Core Java 2, Volume 1: Fundamentals

  • Sams Teach Yourself Java 2 in 24 Hours

  • Sams Teach Yourself Extreme Programming in 24 Hours

  • Sams Teach Yourself SQL in 21 Days

  • Managing Enterprise Content

  • And don't forget you can still get ALL other books from IT-minds.com at the ususal 20 per cent discount. &reg.

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