Pay What You Want for this 4-Book Guide to Programming More Powerfully & Efficiently with Linux

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Today's highlighted offer comes via our Online Courses section of the Neowin Deals store, where for a limited time you can Pay What You Want for the Complete Linux eBook Bundle. The 4-book guide to programming more powerfully and efficiently with Linux.

Unlock the following eBooks with a bid over the average price:

  • Mastering Linux Security & Hardening
    A Comprehensive Guide to Preventing Your Linux System From Getting Compromised

  • Linux Shell Scripting Cookbook, Third Edition
    Do Amazing Things with the Linux Shell

  • Mastering Linux Shell Scripting, Second Edition
    Master the Complexities of Bash Shell Scripting

or Pay What You Want for the unlocked eBook:

  • Mastering Embedded Linux Programming, Second Edition
    Master the Techniques Needed to Build Great, Efficient Embedded Devices On Linux

What's the benefit:

  • The bundle represents an overall retail value of $160.
  • To unlock the full bundle is under $15 at the time of writing.
  • Bid the average price or over and you'll take home the entire bundle.
  • Beat the Leader's price and get entered into the epic giveaway!

Pay What You Want for the Complete Linux eBook Bundle


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