Clearing out the bookshelf

I spending this summer doing a lot of writing. But inspiration isn’t always a continuous flow. One of the things I did to get my mind of things was to look through books in the bookshelf. …and atop the bookshelf too, it seems. I’m allocated only about 1.5 meters (5 feet) of bookshelf for my computer books, so its always full.
So today became the day I made space for other books! 12.6 kg (27.8 pounds) or 40 cm (16″) of books were dismissed from my bookshelf today. Thats almost 7000 pages.

Some books might be really out of date, other might still be of value for someone. (I’ve already read them, so they’re out’a here!)

Here’s the list, anyone who wants them can come and get them.

Do you want any of these used computing books?

Used Computer Books
I'm giving away these used computer books
  • Programming SQL Server 2005 – O’Reilly
  • Programming ADO.NET 2.0 Core Reference – Microsoft Press
  • APPLICATIONS = CODE + MARKUP A Guide To The Windows Presentation Foundation – Microsoft Press
  • Programming Windows Forms 2005 Edition – Microsoft Press
  • MCTS Exam 70-528 Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Web-based Client Development Training Kit – Microsoft Press
  • MCTS Exam 70-536 Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Application Development Foundation Training Kit – Microsoft Press
  • MCTS Exam 70-431 Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Implentation and Maintenance Training Kit – Microsoft Press
  • MCTS Exam 70-443 Designing a Database Server Infrastructure using Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Training Kit – Microsoft Press
  • Introducing Visual Studio 2005 Team System Beta Edition – Microsoft Press
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services Step by Step – Microsoft Press

You’ll need to come and get them, though… I live just outside Oslo, Norway… (No, I’m not sending them. Books are heavy, and that makes postage very expensive…)

They won’t lie around here to long. They’ll be recycled in a few days…

Use the form below to let me know if you want any of them.

UPDATE: Most books were given away, the few remaining ones are recycled. The contact form is therefore removed.