Win Free e-Copies of Android Database Programming book

Today, I have an opportunity to present contest organized by Packt Publishing. You can win a fresh paperback copy (details below) copy of the “Android Database Programming” by Jason Wei. Carry on to get details.

Win Free e-Copies of Android Database Programming book

Readers would be pleased to know that I have teamed up with Packt Publishing and am organizing a Giveaway for you and three lucky winners stand a chance to win a copy of their new book, Android Database Programming.

Keep reading to find out how you can be one of the Lucky Winners.

– Master the skills to build data-centric Android applications
– Go beyond just code by challenging yourself to think about practical use-cases with SQLite and others
– Focus on flushing out high level design concepts, before drilling down into different code examples

Read more about this book and download free Sample Chapter (go to Download tab).

How to Enter?

All you need to do is head on over to the book page (Andoid Database Programming) and look through the product description of the book and drop a line via the comments below this post to let us know what interests you the most about the book. It’s that simple.

Winners from the U.S. and Europe can either choose a physical copy of the book or the eBook. Users from other locales are limited to the eBook only.

The contest will close on 4/09/12 PT. Winners will be contacted by email, so be sure to use your real email address when you comment!

Contest is organized by Packt Publishing and all the claims regarding book delivery to the winners or regarding contest itself should be sent directly to Pack Publishing. I am not responsible for drawing winners from the participants pool. By attending the contest you agree to share your e-mail address (in case you win) with Packt Publishing for the purposes related to the contest.

Comments (2)

anonymousAugust 31st, 2012 at 4:41 pm

I think what most interests me is the discussion about how to safely leverage external databases. Many of the applications I would be inclined to come up with might well have off-phone interfaces as well, and it’d be useful to have the flexibility to develop something that shares a single database.

anonymousAugust 31st, 2012 at 4:56 pm

Thanks for you comment.