There were things I wanted to ask, and there are a few books I have to give.
Last month me and Chris did our Kranky Geek WebRTC Show. For that event, we worked on a few quick poll questions – to keep the audience engaged during the quick breaks. We ended up with a bit too many questions. Questions that I still want to ask.
So here’s my opportunity to ask, and your opportunity to win two books in a the process.
The books are a gift from Packt Publishing, who were kind enough to pitch in for this one.
- You need to fill in the online survey. It is a short one – should take you a minute or so to get done
- To join the giveaway raffle you need to provide your email. It won’t be used for anything else
- Those who won’t win the raffle will get a 20% discount off these two books in both print and digital formats
- The survey will be opened until the end of this week, so don’t wait up
- Feel free to share this post and the survey with your developer friends who work on WebRTC
Jump to the survey.
As the questions in the survey are for developers, I decided I wanted to be able to giveaway relevant books that you will be able to use. The ones I chose from the large collection available at Packt Publishing are:
This book I already reviewed. I think it is a good one, especially if you are already developing with WebRTC. And since this specific survey is more for those that already develop with WebRTC (or at least near it), I thought it would fit better than other books related to WebRTC.
WebRTC requires single page application development. And for that, a frontend framework that is capable is something you’ll probably end up using. Angular.js is one such framework, and this book got good reviews on Amazon, so I see it as a solid option for learning Angular.
Go fill in the survey!
To make this easier and open worldwide, the books will be delivered in digital format to the emails of 3 of you that will fill in the survey. The rest will get 20% discount on these books.
So what are you waiting for? Go fill out the survey – it will be open only until the end of the week.