The only way for me to not come home with tons of books is to give bookstores a wide berth. This is not an option at a PDC where so many new books are presented, and so many other ones are deeply discounted. Hence the list:
- Threat Modeling We got that book during Monday's Attack and Defense preconference session. Free, of course.
- Coder to Developer That was on my list for a (too) long time.
- Presenting Windows Workflow Foundation I didn't make it to any of the giveaway sessions, so I bought a copy.
- Programming Windows Presentation Foundation I wonder why I couldn't resist <g />
- Visual Studio Tools for Office Since I saw VSTO 2005 for the first time at an event in Redmond this year, I was looking forward to playing with it. Here's my ticket.
- The best of Verity Stob Special thanks to Gary Cornell from Apress for giving me a free copy! A real classic. Shame on you if you don't know Verity Stob, however, about everyone I told about the book so far was like "Verity Who?". You're definitely reading the wrong rags.
- Mastering Windows Server 2003 Affectionately know as "the Minasi", I simply could not pass up on that book on Friday - 42 USD! Compare that to the regular selling price of 55 Euro...
A hopefully luggable list of books...