Birmingham based Packt Publishing is one of the leading IT focused book publishers, specializing in producing books, eBooks and subscription services for communities of developers, administrators, security professionals and newbies alike. Now, Packt is about to publish its 1000th title and Packt would like to invite you to join them in celebrating this milestone with a surprise gift: you can access the online library PacktLib for one week and choose any one eBook to download for free!
To make use of this offer, you simply need to go to www.packtpub.com and register for a new account or sign in using your current Packt account between the 28th and 30th of September, and you will then be able to access PacktLib for free for seven days. During this time, you can choose a free eBook from Packt’s entire catalog. It’s yours to keep forever. No credit card needed. Offer expires 30th of September, 2012.
Below is the full News of the offer:
Packt is about to publish its 1000th title. Our books are renowned among developers for being uniquely practical and focused, covering highly specific tools and technologies which IT professionals might not expect to see a high quality book on.
Packt would like you to join them in celebrating this milestone with a surprise gift. Revisit Packt’s website between the 28th and 30th of September to redeem your gift, or sign up for an account with us now to receive a notification email.
Packt supports many of the Open Source projects covered by its books through a project royalty donation, which has contributed over $400,000 to Open Source projects. As part of the 1000th book celebration Packt is allocating $30,000 to share between projects and authors.
Dave Maclean, founder of Packt Publishing explains, “At Packt we set out 8 years ago to bring practical, up to date and easy to use technical books to the specialist tools and technologies that had been largely overlooked by IT publishers. Today, I am really proud that with our authors and partners we have been able to make useful books available on over 1000 topics and make our contribution to the development community.”