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Thanks to Bert for safari advice

saqib sarwar
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Hi Freinds,

few days before i read Bert's advice to subscribe for safari, because we can read books from any where without carrying them with us.

today i have subscribed to http://safari.oreilly.com/ and start reading HFSJ. it is really a good experience. my subscription is for one month.

i found that i studied more quickly than paper book and i have found reference links for topic related supportive books upto the depth of pages and sentences.

i think ppl interesting in really knowing more and more about any thing they love to know should check safari.

kind Regards


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Joe Harry
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Are we allowed th read an entire book through safari?? If yes, then I have a couple of them that I want to try before I actually buy them.


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saqib sarwar
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yes, shakar kumar you can read complete book including errata.

and they have almost all good books from all famous publishers, and specially latest books, you can enjoy early access to these books.

i think you should try and you will feel that you not need to buy paper book. becasue they offer 5 chapter pdf download every month to subscribers.

Regards
Joe Harry
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Saqib,

Is the subscription free?? Anyone can subscribe...
saqib sarwar
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actually subscription is not free they take 20$ for one month subscription and about 220 for a year's.

i have taken one month subscription for trial and intially thinking that it is too much costly. but know i would say its a better value for money you spend.

kind Regards
Joe Harry
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Maybe I can give it a try!
 
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