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CodeIgniter.com:
Rumbelow Publishes Volume Two of CodeIgniter Handbook Series
September 13, 2012 @ 09:35:26

On the CodeIgniter blog there's a new announcement about a book published from one of the main CodeIgniter developers (Jaime Rumbelow) - the second volume in the CI Handbook series.

Earlier this year I wrote and released The CodeIgniter Handbook - Vol. 1 - Who Needs Ruby? to critical acclaim. It's been several months since the release of Volume One and everybody's support, feedback and enthusiasm has been absolutely wonderful. To everyone who has purchased a copy, thank you. I'm thrilled to announce that Vol. 2 - API Design, was released last week and is now available to purchase in PDF or Paperback.

This new book covers API design and how you can make your app "connected" in an automated world. If you'd like to pick up a copy of this new book, you can get one from efendi books.

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Dave Marshall's Blog:
Competition PHP Job Hunters Handbook up for grabs
January 06, 2009 @ 07:56:31

Dave Marshall is having a contest to give away a few copies of the "Job Hunter's Handbook" (by Michael Kimsal) - all you need to do is sign up:

I've got a couple of copies of Php|architect's PHP Job Hunter's Handbook to give away, the only catch is you have to sign up to PHPPositions' feed via email. It's managed by Feedburner, so it can be trusted and you wont get any spam, just super smashing great php jobs in the UK.

If you'd like to find out more about the book (or to order your own copy), head over to the book's page on the php|architect website. Normal price is $27 CAD for Print/PDF and just $23 CAD for the PDF.

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Doug Brown's Blog:
Review PHP Job Hunter's Handbook
August 28, 2008 @ 13:07:07

Doug Brown has posted a new review of a book by Michael Kimsal, the "PHP Job Hunter's Handbook" (from php|architect publishing).

Michael Kimsal's new book, PHP Job Hunter's Handbook. I pre-ordered this book a few months ago, and read the PDF version all the way through before I received my hard copy. [...] It wouldn't be extreme to go as far as saying that the book covers too much territory, but for it only being 106 pages, it's a fair conclusion.

Doug lists some of these topics (like how to find a full-time job, contracting, freelancing and some advice from other developers/those on the hiring side). He looks at what it does have and doesn't have as well as his recommendation on if you should buy it or not.

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Interview:
Michael Kimsal On "php|architect's PHP Job Hunter's Handbook"
June 09, 2008 @ 14:38:01

I recently caught up with Michael Kimsal, author of the newly-released PHP Job Hunter's Handbook from php|architect that can be ordered now in both PDF and print versions. I wanted to get inside his head and find out all about the reasons behind the book, his experience in writing it and any tips he had to share, so I had him answer a few questions. Read on for the interview...

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Michael Kimsal's Blog:
My book is published! (and other great books from PHP Architect)
June 02, 2008 @ 07:59:22

Congratulations to Michael Kimsal on his book, "the "PHP Job Hunter's Handbook", being published:

I started my "PHP Job Hunter's Handbook" many moons ago, and had interest from PHP Architect last summer/fall about publishing it. After some false starts in finishing it, we wrapped it up several weeks ago, and happily it's 'out there'. Whew!

The book provides helpful hints on finding that dream PHP job (whether it be contract or full-time) with tips on freelancing, "technologies you should know", interviewing tips and some advice from the employers and other PHP developers.

Here's the official announcement from MTA publishing as well as a reminder from Ivo Jansch that the book is currently available for pre-order.

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Tobias Schlitt's Blog:
My first book! (The eZ Components Developers Handbook)
August 08, 2007 @ 14:12:10

Tobias Schlitt has posted an official announcement of the release of his and Kore Nordmann's latest collaboration - the eZ Components book!

More than 4 month of intensive planning, writing, coding, correcting, drawing, rephrasing, more writing,... to keep it short: A huge lot of work and much more even than we expected, after so many people told us, that writing a book would be a huge lot of work.

The official title is "The eZ Components Developers Handbook" and covers topics like the basics of the components and additional functionality like the Template, Graph, DatabaseSchema, SignalSlot components as well. Tobias goes on to talk about how the book is most useful and the goal of the book - to bring the world of eZ Components to the masses in an easy and accessible way.

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