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31 Days of Mango | Now In eBook Format!

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The entire series, 31 Days of Mango, is now available in e-book format for Kindle and Nook!  If you would like to read all of these articles on-the-go, while supporting the developers that wrote them, they are now available for in the Nook and Kindle stores!

The proceeds of this book will be distributed amongst all of the amazing authors that contributed to this series of articles: Jeff Blankenburg, Jared Bienz, Samidip Basu, Jerrel Blankenship, Dave Bost, Michael Collier, Matt Eland, Jeff Fansler, Gary Johnson, Parag Joshi, Chris Koenig, Doug Mair, and Chris Woodruff.





I also spent the summer writing a physical, printed book with Jesse Liberty, titled Migrating to Windows Phone.  If you would like to check it out, you can find it at your favorite bookseller.  [It will also be available as an e-book, but won’t be available until later this month.]

Migrating to Windows Phone









8 responses to “31 Days of Mango | Now In eBook Format!”

  1. Henrik Avatar

    There is no ebook version of “migrating…”??? The link is to dead-tree version.
    Also links to “31 days…” points to jpeg and not to web-store.

    1. jeffblankenburg Avatar

      Sorry…the links have been corrected! The e-book version of “Migrating to Windows Phone” will be available later this month.

  2. […] 31 Days of Mango | Now In eBook Format! – Jeff Blankenburg’s series of posts on Windows Phone Mango has now come to an end, however he is making the series available in e-book format available from the Amazon and Nook e-book stores. Proceeds support the authors who wrote the posts, so if you enjoyed the series and want the content in a good electronic format go get a copy. […]

  3. Dave Avatar

    Hi, all of the links in your 31 Days of Silverlight are broken. Sorry for the irrelevant comment. Could not find an email address.

  4. Jesse Avatar

    Is there no DRM free version of the book to purchase? O’Reilly perhaps?

    1. jeffblankenburg Avatar

      The version on Amazon should be DRM free…

  5. Betty Avatar

    Your posting really stairghtneed me out. Thanks!

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