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Nick Randolph's new book: Professional Visual Studio 2005

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 24-Aug-2006 15:57

Nick Randolph from Perth, Australia is currently in Wellington, New Zealand on a six month contract. He's also a fellow Microsoft MVP (his competency is Visual Developer - Device Application Development, while mine is Mobile Devices) and is already integrated into the Wellington user group crowd (plus attends my Wednesday coffee meetings at Astoria).

He's also an author and his latest book Professional Visual Studio 2005 (co-authored with Andrew Parsons) is available from Amazon:



He's the guy on the right side on the cover. Well done, Nick! You can find more on Nick Randolph's blog.




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