Open Source Awards 2011 – Giveaway!

Packt and AgileScout are teaming up to give you some #epic loot.

We here at AgileScout have already committed to giving away 1 FREE book each month in 2011… but now we’re giving away EVEN MORE!

The 6th annual OS Awards, running successfully ever since 2006 is widely recognized and credited for in the Open Source fraternity globally. And, this year Packt is bringing in more categories to our awards.  More information can be found here: 2011 Open Source Awards. The voting stage for this has already started for select nominees.

Since AgileScout is dedicated to giving away massive free loot, Packt decided to help us give more.

3 FREE PRINT BOOKS

*UK and US only for Hardback… eBook for anywhere else*

Yup. So how do you enter? 

Simple:

  1. Go [here] and vote on some of the categories – OH, and you can win a KINDLE for voting too (double #win)
  2. Comment on this post and let us know which book you would want to get from Packt for FREE – Click [here] for the complete database of books.
  3. Tweet this blog post out to your friends.

3 ways to win. What are you waiting for?

Author: peter

Peter Saddington is an Organizational Scientist and Certified Scrum Trainer. You can find him at AgileforAll.com

22 thoughts on “Open Source Awards 2011 – Giveaway!”

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  2. Do I have to decide now on what to get? Can I change my mind later? I wouldn’t mind a little help with TortoiseSVN, so I guess this: TortoiseSVN 1.7 Beginner’s Guide if I have to choose.

    Cheers,
    Paul

  3. I would like to receive the “Android User Interface Development: Beginner’s Guide” book if I was chosen as a winner. Thanks.

  4. I have tweeted and voted. If I win I would like this book PHP Ajax Cookbook which is scheduled for release later this month, if I need to choose from already released books I would like this title Microsoft Windows Azure Development Cookbook.

    Good luck all

  5. Excellent ! A free book giveaway.
    There are a lot of interesting book.

    I would dig into “Android User Interface Development: Beginner’s Guide”.

    Regards,

  6. Hello:

    First, thanks for the offering.

    I’ve done A, B (this very reply) and C (tweeted by @jbbarquero)

    I’d like to own IBM DB2 9.7 Advanced Application Developer Cookbook (RAW currently) [http://www.packtpub.com/ibm-db2-9-7-advanced-application-developer-cookbook/book]

    Thank you very much again.

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