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'From Java to C#: A Developer's Guide' at 30 per cent off

Top Xmas offers from IT-minds.com

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Learning a new programming language can be intimidating, especially if you need to get up and running with it quickly. If you are a current Java developer who needs to learn C#, From Java to C#: A Developer's Guide will help you make the transition. The guide enables you to use your existing knowledge of object-oriented concepts to learn C# quickly and efficiently. This book is available to Register visitors to IT-minds.com at an affordable £22.39 - a saving of 30 per cent.

The rest of this week's list of discounted stocking fillers is:

  • Network Security Principles and Practices

  • Embedded Software Development with eCOS

  • MCSE Windows XP Exam Cram 2

  • A+ Exam Cram 2

  • Information Architecture

  • Java Media APIs

  • Cocoa Recipes for Mac OS X

  • CISSP Training Guide

  • Service and Component-based Development

And, as an extra treat for the festive season, visit the IT-minds Xmas store where they have teamed up with their sister sites to offer

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visitors 30 per cent discount on a range of books on work, life, history and computer games. Spend over £50 in this zone and you'll get an extra 10 per cent off.



And don't forget that El Reg readers get a permanent 20 per cent discount on all IT titles from IT-minds.com

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