Win Free Copies of Magento PHP Developer’s Guide from aheadWorks!

Recently we shared the review of “Magento PHP Developer’s Guide” where you can find our independent unbiased opinion on this newly published tutorial.

Now we prepared some cool stuff for our blog readers! I have teamed up with Packt Publishing to organize a Giveaway of the “Magento PHP Developer’s Guide”. Five lucky winners stand a chance to get 5 digital copies of their new book. Keep reading to find out how YOU can be one of the Lucky Winners.

How to Enter?
All you need to do is head on over to our review of “Magento PHP Developer’s Guide” page. Then look through it and drop a comment below this post to let us know what interests you the most about this book. It’s that simple.

Winners will get an e-copy of the guide.

Deadline
The contest will close June 30, 2013. Winners will be contacted by email, so be sure to use your real email address when you comment!

19 Comments

dgaero

about 2 years ago

Does this book contains something new in comparison with "Magento fundamentals" video course?

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Anish Karim

about 2 years ago

Hello, I would like to see what is in it. Thanks!

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Anastasia Harlamova

about 2 years ago

@dgaero I suppose you are talking about "Fundamentals of Magento Development" course which is available for registration at Magento U and costs $3,850 per student. We had no chance to watch it, but if we just compare the contest of the guide and the course outline, we can say that: 1. In the guide you can find the information on how to set up development environment and tools. There is no such info in the video. 2. The “Magento PHP Developer’s Guide” seems to be more practical while video course - educational. 3. There is no description of automatic tests in the video course.

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Kamil

about 2 years ago

Not sure where should I leave comment to join contest. In case it should be here I'm repeating my other comment: Great to hear that Magento has also paper publications. I would love to read in this book part about Magento specific ORM and custom data collections.

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joksafet

about 2 years ago

Very interested in Testing and Quality Assurance. I would like to see real samples of Unit Testing and TDD, and hope that this book explains really in Detail that field of Magento Developing.

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Mario SAM

about 2 years ago

I want to win this book because it is more practical than a course to learn how to create automated tests, and to have information on setting up the development environment and make good use of the tools. I want to become a professional.

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Usman

about 2 years ago

Understanding Magento architecture is what it intrigues me to buy it. i am going to make Magento as standard in almost all big store e-commerce. Look forward to have this as ebook gift :) Regards your dedicated blog reader

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Virendra Kumar Sharma

about 2 years ago

I am working from a long time on Magento and i have done Magento Certificaion also but I never read this tutorial I only search on google and start work. Now i am on a higher level on Magento work, my juniors always ask me the structure of Magento, code of magento. I always teach them as i have learn. That's why i need this tutorial so i can help the developers.

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Kevin

about 2 years ago

I'm most interested in the ORM and and data collections guides.

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Chris

about 2 years ago

Looks great. I've got a Magento site that was developed for me and then the developers disappeared and left me with no training or understanding of the mechanics of the site. This book would be a great addition to my Magento arsenal.

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Moazzam Khan

about 2 years ago

I like that it teaches you some of the backend stuff not commonly known.

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Marcio

about 2 years ago

I'd like to be an specialist in magento.

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Herman

about 2 years ago

I'd like to know if the book contains anything about troubleshooting Magento installations (due to faulty extension installations, buggy installation procedure for extension, etc).

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Carlos Abreu

about 2 years ago

So much of the knowledge I've amassed about Magento is articles and comments posted around the web, leads to sort of a swiss cheese understanding, forcing you to hunt down info and solutions to what you're dealing with only as needed. It's always nice to read something more comprehensive.

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Alberto

about 2 years ago

I would love to hear and learn more about Magento API, I think it's a powerfull thing that nobody uses it full potential.

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Steve

about 2 years ago

Looks like an interesting book and will certainly purchase a copy if I'm not one of the winners. PHP is one are where my skills are lacking when developing magento websites and as I review this post I believe this will be a good foundation to expand my development skills.

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Qanita Zakir

about 2 years ago

I want to read this book so that I can start by online business using magento framework

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Kamil

about 2 years ago

So... who is the winner? Is this contest finished?

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Irina Tsumarava

about 2 years ago

@Kamil The contest is finished and we'll announce the results in our blog pretty soon! Keep following us;)

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