[EDIT – 10/15/2013] – Winners have been picked and will be notified shortly!
Greetings, dear readers!
To help Packt Publishing and author Khaled Tannir celebrate the release of RavenDB 2.x Beginner’s Guide, I will be giving away two copies of the eBook to random readers of my blog. To enter, simply leave a comment on this post. One entry per person, please. I moderate comments on my blog, so if your comment doesn’t appear immediately, please be patient.
Contest ends next Monday, October 14th, 2013 at 11:59PM EDT. Winners will be notified shortly thereafter.
Good luck, all!
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0 thoughts on “eBook Giveaway – RavenDB 2.x Beginner’s Guide from Packt Publishing”
Jeremy Fensch says:
I start ever morning with reading Morning Dew. Would love to pickup this eBook to learn more about RavenDB.
Mike Shepard says:
Sounds like a good book. 🙂
Sander Egberts says:
Love to have the book and read it on my Kindle DX
Kyle Szklenski says:
I’m very interested in this book; I’ve been scavenging for more and more resources on RavenDB, but have had trouble finding stuff about the basics!
Nathan Gloyn says:
As I’m just starting a project that will be using RavenDB this would come at just the right time.
Marc-Andre Poitras says:
Keep up the good work! I enjoy reading your blog every morning.
Chris Ross says:
Sounds like an interesting book.
Mithun Patel says:
Pick me! Pick me!
Mike C says:
Sure, I’ve been interested in learning RavenDB.
Andy D says:
I’d take the book off your hands, been doing some Raven work recently and have been loving it.
Peter B says:
Added to my Amazon wishlist in case I don’t win.
i want to read the book!
RavenDB is on my must-learn list! Thank you for the opportunity!
hoping to win the sweepstake!
Need to spend some time investigating RavenDB
Ike Casteleyn says:
A book seems nice to learn ravendb.
Gregor Suttie says:
Thanks for all my blog links over the last couple of years on ravendb – much appreciated.
I’d like to win
Thanks for the blog, I start the day reading your blog. I have been thinking of learning RavenDB recently and getting this book, would be a great start.
Sean Patterson says:
I’m working on a pet project and using RavenDB as the back end to learn some new ideas. I would love this book!
Long time reader, first time caller. I would love the RavenDB book.
Jason W says:
I’d love a copy. Pick me!
Feng Yu says:
Love to have the book and read it on my Surface Pro 😉
Johannes Egger says:
RavenDB is awesome 🙂
Kenny Eliasson says:
Would love to have this book!
Daniel Rosendorf says:
I’ve been following your blog and RavenDB for quite some time now, would like to have a copy of the book 🙂
Vivek D says:
Ravendb is cool and dew drops giveaway is supercool.
Looks like a great book!
i want to read this book for free, too :))
Alexander Taran says:
Now that would be a wonderful surprise.
Love your blog. Love RavenDB. Let me see what I can learn more about it!
What’s RavenDB? Can I use it with .Net?
Look’s like I’m beginner 🙂
We’re starting to use it more and would be a welcome addition to the desk.
Georgi Hadzhigeorgiev says:
Fly like a Raven and then raven your DB
Winning this book drawing would be a wonderful surprise.
Glad to see comments back on Dew Drop. I wrote about the low contrast colors a few weeks ago, and I like current scheme much better.
This book would be interesting to have, as RavenDB is on my list of things to check out.
Thanks Alvin for all of your work assembling these Dew Drops for all of us!
Jim Parzych says:
Would love to get a copy to determine how/if I can leverage Raven
Niall gray says:
Looks like a good read
Roger Tinsley says:
Rufus Harvey says:
I’ve been using RavenDB since I heard the .NET Rocks episode 759 where they talked to MSNBC about their usage of RavenDB in a distributed model. My first real foray into the NoSQL movement. Haven’t turned back yet.
Christian Holm Maagaard says:
Would love to learn about RavenDB!
Norm Bell says:
Thanks for setting up this the contest!
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