A friend has a large number of books destined for the bin which I have
volunteered to find a home for. The books are primarily for developers and
range in topics from MS VC++ 4.* to SQL Server 6.5, ODBC 2.* to Win95/NT. I
know that a LINUX forum isn't necessarily the first group I should offer
these books to given the Microsoft bias, but as some of you are students I
believe they may have some sort of academic value. At time of purchase the
collective value probably approached £300-£400 so this collection, despite
being typically 1 major release behind, is substantial.
I'm willing to bring these along to the next ILUG meeting, whenever that
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