My Technical Blogging Book Is Finally in Print

Over the past few weeks I’ve been pretty busy around here, having just relocated coast to coast, from Toronto to Penticton, B.C. (my wife’s hometown). Nevertheless, something else pretty exciting happened while I was handling the move.

I just found out that my technical blogging book is no longer in beta. I’m happy to announce that it’s now shipping. You can get your copy here in digital format for $21, paper for $33, or both for a discounted combo price of $41.

Technical Blogging Book

Please consider spreading the love on Twitter,  Facebook, Google+, etc. And if you have a blog, I’d truly appreciate you reviewing my book and sharing your comments with your readers (assuming you liked it :)).

Thank you so much for all your support and encouragement throughout the production of this book.

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About Antonio Cangiano

Antonio Cangiano is a Software Developer and Technical Evangelist for IBM, as well as a web entrepreneur, serial blogger, and published author. He makes extra income blogging in his spare time about technical topics. He authored a definitive blogging book published by The Pragmatic Bookshelf.

Comments

  1. Paul O'Mahony says:

    Nice post. This must be an interesting read!!

  2. Congrats! Are you planning on releasing any sales stats for your book? It would be interesting to see a breakdown of your income sources including the book.

  3. This is a great book! I recommended it to all of my friends. It really helped me to establish my blog and the results are more than obvious. I just wrote a post about, how this book helped me:
    http://www.etabakov.com/2013/01/5-steps-that-made-my-blog-happy.html

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