Win a free copy of Visual Studio 2010 Best Practices

Win A free copy of the ‘Visual Studio 2010 Best Practices’, just by commenting!

We’re giving away two ebook editions of Visual Studio 2010 Best Practices.

All you have to do to win is comment on why you think you should win a copy of the book.

I’ll pick a winner from the most creative answers in two weeks.

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9 thoughts on “Win a free copy of Visual Studio 2010 Best Practices”

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  2. As an advocate within my company for best practices, in would behoove all parties concerned to support the dissemination of the best practices as much as possible.

  3. 1. I found a way to see your Captcha image.
    2. I doesn’t understand why there are best pratices only for VS 2010, and not for other versions.
    3. I’ve never heard of this book.

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