FREE stuff: Joomla programming book, database training, and more
Special offers for ITworld readers
Update: The contests are over! Thank you to everyone who entered.
Each month we look for special offers for ITworld readers to try. This month, we have the new book Joomla! Programming, database training from Webucator, and a few other offers below.
The 2012 IDG Enterprise unified communications and collaboration (UC&C) survey highlights the uptick in UC&C adoption and investments. Numerous triggers including social media and collaboration are contributing to the increase in investments, however the proliferation of consumer devices is seen as the biggest trigger.
Each month ITworld and various tech publishers offer a number of copies of new and upcoming books. Enter for a chance to win. Names are selected towards the end of each month.
Switching to the Mac: The Missing Manual, Lion Edition, by David Pogue.
Learn how to transfer your stuff, find Mac equivalents to your favorite Windows software, and discover what makes Mac OS X oh-so-much better.
The Economics of Cloud Computing: An Overview For Decision Makers, by Bill Williams
This concise guide walks through every step associated with a successful cloud transition, and outlines repeatable processes for predictable, consistent IT performance in cloud environments.
Joomla! Programming, by Mark Dexter, Louis Landry
Packed with detailed examples and sample code, this tutorial/reference guide presents in-depth explanations and proven best practices for getting the Joomla! job done right.
FREE DATABASE TRAINING
ITworld and Webucator, a provider of customized, instructor-led training courses, are giving away a free seat in an upcoming Database training class of the winner's choice. Enter the drawing here.
Note: We're always on the hunt for interesting giveaways, and free trials to share with readers. If you'd like us to look for something specific, or have something to share, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.