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Sat, 2007-05-12 17:38 -- admin

Why do we love O'Reilly so much? It's not just new, quality books like bash Cookbook by Carl Albing, JP Vossen, Cameron Newham (coming out May 24, 2007). It's also the fact that O'Reilly have generously offered to send the first 10 copies off the press of bash Cookbook to 10 of our lucky readers! So not only will ten of our readers recieve a copy of this book, they will recieve the first copies of this book! Go on, get in the running to be the envy of your friends!

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Bash Cookbook is really food for the Linux part of the soul. It delights and intrigues me. O'Reilly has done it good.

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Every Oreilly published book that I own is a pure gem. Clear and easy to understanding. I am very fond of the 'Learning' Titles (Learning Python, Learning Perl, etc.) as well as the 'Nutshell' Ttiles (Linux in a Nutshell, PHP in a Nutshell, etc.). I will soon be venturing into a few 'Cookbook' Titles and a few 'Programming' Titles as well. I am looking forward to the writing style and being able to understand what I'm reading 'the first time around'

Oreilly, keep up the excellent work!!

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