PowerShell Books Rule

021913_2047_WordTest1.pngPowerShell related titles continue to rule the roost, at least for Manning. Based on recent sales PowerShell titles occupy 40% of the top 10 list! I’m hoping this trend will continue later this spring with publication of the PowerShell Deep Dives book which is currently available as part of Manning’s MEAP.

As of March 14th here’s how PowerShell is dominating book sales:

Of course this doesn’t happen without you so a very big and sincere thank you. And if you are one of those people who like signed books, I think I can safely speak for all of my co-authors, that we’re happy to sign any of our books should paths cross at a conference, training session or user group meeting. If you are lucky enough to be going to the PowerShell Summit, this may be the only time this year where Don, Richard and myself will be in the same place at the same time.

4 thoughts on “PowerShell Books Rule

  1. Just ordered PowerShell in Depth, Learn PowerShell ToolMaking, and PowerShell Deep Dives. Looking forward to get those signed! πŸ™‚ (at least two of those since Deep dives won’t be release at the time of the PowerShell Summit)

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