I have an MSDN Subscription voucher to give away!  The voucher is good for Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate with MSDN subscription and will give you access to many Microsoft products for 1 year.  This is a great benefit to anyone doing development and I believe it now includes monthly time on Azure and Platform AppFabric.

The software is good only for development and testing purposes and this subscription is Not For Resale. 
I will be having a drawing for the voucher on Sunday, October 10th, 2010 at 10:00 PM CST. 

How to enter:

  • Ensure you do not already have an MSDN subscription – this will not do anything for you in that case
  • Email, post to Facebook, or by any other means possible get me a picture or Link to a picture of yourself holding a copy of my new book – Applied Architecture Patterns on the Microsoft Platform or just a picture of the book will work as well.  It must be clear this is a picture of the book and not a digital image of the cover. 
  • Email to <CONTEST CLOSED>
  • If you already bought the book and have not received it yet – simply take a picture of the invoice or forward the invoice to the above email address.
  • No purchase needed to enter.  You do not have to buy the book – if you can find it in a book store or have a friend that owns it that works.  If you can not find a physical copy of the book any place, simply take a picture of the book page on Amazon or Packt website and use that picture to enter.
  • All entries may be posted to this website so keep that in mind when entering.

The winner will be announced on my blog shortly after the drawing and of course I’ll be posting the picture!
I will email the winner the Registration Key for the MSDN Subscription.

I will email the winner the Registration Key for the subscription.  This is subject to all the Terms and Conditions of the MSDN Subscription that may have geographical restrictions or other limitation.

Want more information about the book?  Read a Sample Chapter online at Chapter 12 Debatching Bulk Data or check out the book page on Amazon.com or Packt.