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GET MVP DEEP DIVES VOL 2 50% OFF - TODAY ONLY!

Quick blog post to let you know that a special ONE-DAY TODAY ONLY deal by the publisher of the fantastic SQL Server MVP Deep Dives Volume 2   - 50% OFF the MEAP (Manning Early Access Program) of Deep Dives Vol 2! 

Goto this site link, DEEP DIVES 2 FOR HALF-PRICE, and enter the special code dotd1004tw  <-- Don't lose out on this deal!  And, bring your copy to PASS, and have it signed by the MVP authors at MVP Signing Event. 

In addition,if you are going to be at the PASS 2011 Summit, it will also be available at the bookstore. There are supposed to be at least two book signing events for this book during the Summit, with many of the authors in attendance.

To peek inside the contents and learn more about the details, authors, and topics of the book, as well as options on how to order, read more here...

All of the authors have contributed their hard work to a worthy charitable cause, known as Operation Smile. That means that the all proceeds of the books purchased by you, get donated to this noble charity.

I am also proud to be a contributing author (and tech editor) of this great awesome collection of works, MVP Deep Dives Vol 2., and honored to be published among the great MVP community.  It was great working with the authors, editor and publisher as well.

My chapter in the PTO section, is "What are you waiting for? An introduction to waits and queues"

(Also, as a quick aside, if you're coming to SQLInspireNYC on November 12, 2011, and bring the book with you, I will gladly sign it, as well as I am sure, the other MVP authors who will be there!)

OK, so just like the title of my chapter - "What are you waiting for?"  GO ORDER NOW, TODAY ONLY! :  ORDER DEEP DIVES II NOW.

Probably, by the time many of you read this, it will already be too late to grab your copy for 50% OFF.

 

Comments

Posted by Jason Brimhall on 4 October 2011

That is a deal that one should not pass on.

Posted by robert.kray on 4 October 2011

That's right! a bargain.

Posted by Ignacio A. Salom Rangel on 5 October 2011

Great tip!

Posted by Ignacio A. Salom Rangel on 5 October 2011

Thank you!

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