Press Release: November 2, 2010
Two New Titles from Microsoft Press Greetings,
We have two important new Microsoft Press titles available for review this week: Microsoft® SharePoint® 2010 Plain & Simple and Microsoft® ADO.NET 4 Step by Step. Please contact me with the titles you're interested in, as well as where you'll be posting your review.
—Mary Rotman, email@example.com
New Releases from Microsoft Press
Get the fast facts that make learning Microsoft® SharePoint® 2010 plain and simple. This no-nonsense guide uses easy numbered steps and concise, straightforward language to show the most expedient ways to learn a skill or solve a specific problem.
Teach yourself the fundamentals of ADO.NET 4—one step at a time. With this practical, learn-by-doing tutorial, you get the clear guidance and hands-on examples you need to start creating datacentric applications for Windows® and the Web.
For a review copy or more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your delivery address and contact information.
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