Review Books for the Unofficial DreamHost Blog

I’ve been offered two more review copies from Packt Publishing and once again I will offer the opportunity to readers of the Unofficial DreamHost Blog.

This time it’s two PHP related books: PHP Web 2.0 Mashup Projects and Building Responsive Web Applications with AJAX and PHP.

PHP Web 2.0 Mashup ProjectsBuilding Responsive Web Applications with AJAX and PHP

If you would like to receive one of these books in return for a review, please write a comment or send me an email. You will receive a hard copy of the book for you to keep and shipping/handling will be paid by Packt.

Your review should be at least 3-5 paragraphs and be send to me within a reasonable time frame from you receive the book (3-4 weeks). You will of course get full credit for your review and a link to your blog/website.

If there is more than two readers signing up for this opportunity I will randomly select the two lucky readers.

13 Responses to “Review Books for the Unofficial DreamHost Blog”

  1. furiousball says:

    Hey’d I’d love to review both books.

  2. Philip G says:

    I wouldnt mind giving the AJAX and PHP book a shot.

  3. Topher says:

    Ditto on the AJAX one.

  4. Chris says:

    I would love to review the Ajax and PHP book.

  5. Amanda says:

    I’d dig a read of the PHP Mashup book.

  6. Rafa says:

    I’d love to review one of the books.

    Read you ;) .

  7. Keifer Albin says:

    Either book would be fine with me, but I would rather review the PHP Mashup book if possible.

    Keifer

  8. Arthus Erea says:

    I’d love to read either book.

  9. reddy says:

    Hey, I would love to review the ‘Building Responsive Web Applications with AJAX and PHP’ one! Thanks!

  10. Daniel Costa says:

    What do you think about send these books to Brazil and get their reviews from a brazilian php professional?

    I would love to ‘get this freela’! ;)

  11. Kosta Kliakhandler says:

    Hi,

    I’d love to get the “PHP and AJAX” book.

    Thanks in advance if you pick me,
    kosta.

  12. Matthew Baggett says:

    I’d be very pleased to write a review of “Ajax & PHP”, given that I’ve not paid any attention to the “web 2.0″ buzzwordladen “technologies” of late, so I’m a complete beginner when it comes to AJAX. All I know is it involves javascript and XML.

    Seriously, whats wrong with people these days?
    “Website with some interactivity” -> “Web application”
    “Collection of websites with a little interactivity” -> “web 2.0″

    Its also words too. I feel buzzwords and marketing have tainted “solution”, “product” and “application”

    Anyway, I’ll review the AJAX and PHP, even the other one, but the A&P one interests me most.

  13. Unofficial DreamHost Blog says:

    I’ve now selected the reviewers of the two PHP books.

    I’ve once again been overwhelmed by the interest and I want to thank everybody who has written to me. Unfortunately I could only select two reviewers this time, but I will hopefully receive more books in the near future.