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  1. Tweets that mention Plugin dev book available for pre-order
  2. Frank
    Frank Published |

    Thanks for the heads up Justin. Congrats. Order placed.

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  3. Michael Fields
    Michael Fields Published |

    Awesome! Can’t wait to get the book. With all of the WordPress book choices out there, this is the first one that has really appealed to me. Congrats!

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  4. Adam W. Warner
    Adam W. Warner Published |

    I’ve pre-ordered and I’m anxious to learn more about plugin development so I can take my brainstorms further and continue to give back to the WP community!

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  5. mrm
    mrm Published |

    Thanks, order placed !!! any idea when will be ready to delivery?

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  6. Randy
    Randy Published |

    I absolutely cannot wait for this! I had been let down by a recent WP book purchase but I know yours will rock.

    Wondering, will the book touch on complex usage of the wpdb class? I know it’s in the codex but I’d like to hear it explained by you for a better understanding.

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  7. The Frosty
    The Frosty Published |

    Awesome, I am sure I will be grabbing a few copies of this book. Maybe even give a few away at the next WordCampLA.

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  8. José Pardilla
    José Pardilla Published |

    I’m sure it’ll be a great book, I’ve landed here and on Ozh’s site more than once googling how to do this and that. Marking the date on the calendar already… :)

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  9. Reinar Svendsen
    Reinar Svendsen Published |

    Hi Justin – congratulations to all of you on this new essential book og WP plugins. As usual you have my sincere respect on your dedication to quality!

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  10. Kate Phizackerley
    Kate Phizackerley Published |

    I have already published a couple of programs but I am sure there are things I can do better. Copy pre-ordered of course.

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  11. Jeffro
    Jeffro Published |

    Congrats on finally finishing the book. With you three all-stars in one book, can’t see how it could go wrong. I wonder if each of your personalities shines through in your respected parts in the book?

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  12. JA McRae
    JA McRae Published |

    If the Canadians prefer Chapters/Indigo, I found it available for pre-order there as well. Always a bit more expensive – but I had a gift card so I’m still ahead :)

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  13. arabic alphabet
    arabic alphabet Published |

    This is great, I need to have this book.

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  14. Robert
    Robert Published |

    Onya Justin! Admiration for setting yourself a goal and sticking to it. You have a talent for all things WP and I look forward to the book. Pre-order placed!

    I bet mine will be the only copy shipped to Papua New Guinea!

    Robert

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  15. Caspar
    Caspar Published |

    Congratulations, I can’t wait to get a hold of a copy!
    Just found out: $28,69 magically add up to €38,99 at amazon.de (Germany). That’s almost doubling the price. Not that it wasn’t worth it, and with shipping costs and all it still might be a good price, so: order placed.

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  16. Tibor
    Tibor Published |

    Good news; I pre-ordered in november already :-)

    And Caspar: with Amazon.com it’s $36.67 (including shipping to the Netherlands)

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  17. Boba
    Boba Published |

    Gonna get my credit card reactivated just so i can get this :)

    Definitely getting it.

    I don’t build plugins a lot (mostly themes) but i’m sure 60% of the book content has valuable info for WordPress development in general. Am i right?

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  18. Caspar
    Caspar Published |

    @Tibor Thanks for the tip! I actually tried Amazon.com first. Including expedided shipping (I just don’t want to wait a month or so after the book has been shipped!) my order was up to $41… which didn’t make a difference then. Maybe back in November you got a different kind of a deal? ;-)

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  20. Gilbert
    Gilbert Published |

    Hi Justin, very good news. Going to order asap.
    What is the release date for the book? Amazon.fr has it listed as February 28th while the US site has it for March.

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  21. Gilbert
    Gilbert Published |
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  22. jonny
    jonny Published |

    pre-order (tick). happy face (tick).

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  23. Mark McWilliams
    Mark McWilliams Published |

    I’ll be the first person to admit I don’t read many books (unless it really interests me), but I think you’ll find it hard for me to put it down! — I’ll have code coming out of my ears, and plugins appearing all over the place, now just for the waiting! :( HAHA

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  25. ldexterldesign
    ldexterldesign Published |

    Great Justin. Perfect timing. The quality of WP plugins is the only downside of working with the platform in 2011 for me.

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  26. Dex Barrett
    Dex Barrett Published |

    I just started learning Wordpress plugin development about a month ago and i found about the book through Ozh’s site. I already pre-ordered it, it covers a lot of stuff; i’m sure it won’t dissapoint me.

    Thank you very much, Justin. I’d wish more talented developers would write awesome books like this.

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  27. Ron
    Ron Published |

    Just got notice my book shipped today yeah! Looking forward to diving into it.

    I read the Look inside pages on Amazon – looks good!

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  28. Maor Barazany
    Maor Barazany Published |

    I’ve just ordered the book on Amazon. Looking forward to getting it!
    Do you have also affiliate programs for selling this book?

    Thanks,
    Maor

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  29. Jenny
    Jenny Published |

    Onya Justin! Admiration for setting yourself a goal and sticking to it. You have a talent for all things WP and I look forward to the book. Pre-order placed!

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  30. Ganar Dinero
    Ganar Dinero Published |

    Thanks for the heads up. Congrats. Order placed.

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