Finally, I managed to get rid of a bunch of .NET books that I have in my possession. If you're asking me how I came to own several .NET books, I got them free from Microsoft, when I attended one of their events at Microsoft Research. Microsoft Research, Cambridge is located right next door to my lab. I saw something interesting one day, and I thought that I should attend to see what's up.
The books are:
- Introducing Microsoft .NET (softback) David S Platt
- Applied Microsoft Windows .NET Framework Programming (softback) Jeffrey Richter
- Programming Microsoft .NET (hardback) Jeff Prosise
All in all, I'm just glad to be rid of these books. I don't need them and I don't know anyone else who needs them. From my experience, I would assume that not many people actually need them anyway.