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Amazon Kindle Daily Deal - The Undoing Project; The Big Short; Flash Boys by Michael Lewis 99p each
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
Deal of the Day all killer and no filler today with three Michael Lewis books. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Big-Short-Inside-Doomsday-Machine-ebook/dp/B004JXXKWY/ https://www.a… Read more



Brilliant book.


The undoing project is one of the best books I’ve read. Great author.


Been waiting for this to drop for a while, perfect!


Good author and interesting book.

The Learner Driver Gift Pack: Theory Test Papers, Driving Test PC/DVD with Hazard Perception Test and Three eBooks groupon deals £7.99 +1.99 delivery
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
getting harder and harder to past your driving test.this looks a cracking set for the money.go through quidco for a possible 20% cashback https://www.quidco.com/search/?search=Gro… Read more
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Never used any books for my theory test just downloaded all the free apps with mock test and hazard perception used to do them on a daily when ever I was using my phone. Also used the mock test online and in the librairy. The more you do the test the better you get and then just remember the answers. That was back in 2015. So dont know if they changed the test or will change it for 2019.


Thank you, ordered for someone hoping to start driving next year.


Sorry Ash... Is it the DVSA APP? ... as i was searching DVLA..


I downloaded DVLA app paid £5 and passed first time..didn't read a single book


Or go to the range if your near one as the same price without the postage cost

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11 free classic books @ Amazon (Complete Conan the Barbarian, complete Anne of Green Gables, complete Jane Austen, complete Joseph Conrad and many more)
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
Conan the Barbarian: The Complete Collection Anne of Green Gables: Complete Collection The Art of War Jane Austen: The Complete Novels The Law of Success T… Read more



Hmm, strange. Maybe it's because my digital purchases a registered outside U.K. . Usually I had no problems with that.


All free for me


All were free for me


Only Jane Austen: The Complete Novels and Think and Grow Rich are free, the other ones all cost 90p.

Mastering PHP 7 (E-Book) Free @ PacktPub
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
Effective, readable, and robust codes in PHP Leverage the newest tools available in PHP 7 to build scalable applications Embrace serverless architecture and the reactive program… Read more

More suited for people wanting a career in PHP! Sorry to be flippant. Python's a competing language and Django is a framework based on it. So there's not much technical interplay. That said if I was interviewing a developer I would value them having a broader background understanding across web technologies. This book isn't for absolute beginners, I think the target readership would be competent PHP5 programmers. It doesn't start from first principles.


You'll get far in life ;)


Reading book never teaches me ... i preferred hand on approach... so I find a php framework (Laravel , Symfony) and build simple app yourself ....


Tried to learn this language a few years back. Went through a beginners book from cover to cover, done all the exercises, but was none the wiser at the end. Wish I had given up at the front cover.


It was missing a decent if oop. If attention = true Keep reading Else vote hot and leave

Python Web Scraping - Second Edition E-Book Free @ PacktPub
Found 18th SepFound 18th Sep
Successfully scrape data from any website with the power of Python 3.x A hands-on guide to web scraping using Python with solutions to real-world problems Create a number of dif… Read more

That's a totally different kind of SOAP! (nerd) Heat added - thanks for the heads up!


Missed the deal, drats! Instead i got a book called "ROS Robotics Projects" instead. Want to learn Python and scraping specifically.


Legend :D


No longer free?



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Kindle - The Richest Man in Babylon, by George S. Clason - £0.75 @ Amazon
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
The Richest Man in Babylon Beloved by millions, this timeless classic holds the key to all you desire and everything you wish to accomplish. This is the book that reveals the… Read more

Apologies, I miscalculated. It seems 2021 would be that date


Out of copyright? The author died in 1957... Could you please explain your math?

7 free classic books @ Amazon (Lovecraft, HG Wells, Herman Hesse, James Allen, Lao Tzu...)
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
H. P. Lovecraft: The Complete Fiction H. G. Wells: 12 Novels - The Time Machine, The War of the Worlds, The Invisible Man, The Island of Doctor Moreau, When The Sleeper Wakes,… Read more
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I wish I could read


Cthulhutastic as always (party)




Thanky-Yooos-Vaaar-y-Mush ;) Scorchio Scorchio !!



Free paranormal romance ebook: Winter Princess (Amazon, iTunes, Kobo) - Kindle Edition @ Amazon
Found 11th SepFound 11th Sep
Free book by a romance author I really like. Usually £2.99 but free this month. Definitely worth a read, love this series! Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Winter-Princess-Parano… Read more

Thank you, I have ordered this book and the one above for my Kindle.


Sassy demi-goddesses are the best kind tbh




Paranormal romance? It’ll put the willies up you :D


Mother of gods is free too

Kindle - Road to Success: Think and Grow Rich, As a Man Thinketh, Tao Te Ching, The Power of Your Subconscious Mind... - £0.75 @ Amazon
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Road to Success: Think and Grow Rich, As a Man Thinketh, Tao Te Ching, The Power of Your Subconscious Mind, Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin and more! "What's necessary t… Read more

This is just a collection of out-of-copyright books, isn't it? Seems to be a thing on Amazon now.


...And agree to a 50% introduction fee in the hope of selling millions. (popcorn)


How to be rich: Write a really vague book on how to be rich.

[FREE -kindle unlimited] The Secret of Seaside (Paige Comber Mystery Book 1)  kindle edition @ Amazon.co.uk
Found 8th SepFound 8th Sep
FREE for kindle unlimited subscribers,otherwise at £2.22 (68% off) to buy Welcome to Seaside! A sleepy, island village filled with sandy beaches, colorful characters... AND MURDER… Read more

So NOT free


Isn’t that what “FREE for kindle unlimited subscribers” means? If you have a subscription it’s free,if not it’s £2.22!


Kindle Unlimited is NOT Free since you need to be a subscriber to qualify for unlimited titles. COLD and misleading


I hate when this happens. I have updated the Deal


Yes £2.22.

[FREE] Wolf's Head (The Forest Lord Book 1) ebook @ Amazon
Found 5th SepFound 5th Sep
Description When a frightened young outlaw joins a gang of violent criminals their names – against a backdrop of death, dishonour, brotherhood, and love – will become legend. ENG… Read more
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Can't believe I'm the first to say: "Bring up the Wolf's head..." (LOTR???)


I managed to buy it for 0.00. Thanks


Good books, well worth a read and there 4 in the series to get you started. The authors also done a couple of spin off books and should be due to release a new book soon. "The Druid"


Just got mine. Thanks. Heat added


Thanks -deal updated with the Amazon uk link

Tess of the D’Ubervilles is a beautiful, haunting masterpiece - Free Kindle Edition with Kindle Unlimited (or £6.99 without) @ Amazon
Found 3rd SepFound 3rd Sep
When Tess’s family fall on hard times, Tess is forced to go and see family she has never heard of before – the well off D’Ubervilles.
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Works for free without Kindle Unlimited for me. Thanks


Good to see they fixed it, I mean, 'Quality issue' ???? lol XD


Worked ok in the app for me (Thanks OP!)




Doesn’t work on the app but works on the browser (y)

[Free] Gone (Gone Series Book 1) kindle ebook @ amazon
Found 3rd SepFound 3rd Sep
Product Description The complete Gone Trilogy is a USA Today bestselling title. One poor decision will haunt her forever. Macy Mercer only wants a little independence. Eager to p… Read more

Started reading it today and it’s good!!!


Sounds a bit freaky! :{


Thanks, downloaded for the collection (party)

Openstax Free Textbooks.
Found 2nd SepFound 2nd Sep
Openstax created by Rice University offer free text books in a range of subjects at no cost for digital copies. It is possible to buy physical if you desire too. It will probably… Read more

I guess there is a difference in competency and mastery. To become competent for personal use isnt too much work. Competent for work place take more time, and there is so much to be said for a programmers that produce elegant, efficient and maintainable code. I graduated and have worked for a heavy machiney company for soft rock mining.. Never thought its where I would be, never imagined the complexity what goes into something I didn't even think was still done (coal mining). Generally most projects you work on are interested, because you become quite involved in solving complexities you wouldn't even imagine before starting it. Furthermore most companies have many projects that get put togther to make a much bigger product, so switching between projects within a company is as common as every iteration. Last point on this is that there is always a demand for the skill, if a job bores you after a year then leave.. You won't be out of work longer than a month haha. You will find most people who are company jumping are self employed and contracting. Which is big money, more over with how people play the tax man with that. I have seen the full range, mathematical experts (I came from a physics background myself) and people who have never done more then GCSE. While maths helps, much like having understanding of how electrical circuitry and computer work. The one characterising personality type that prevails with the subject is simply determination. Some problems can take a long time to solve. You are right, being a programmer isn't burning out thousands of lines of code everyday. It's understanding a customer worded issue, translating that to code, thinking about design ect. However you will be in the office a fair amount. Some people are fortunate enough to get to travel like myself, where our customers sometimes like us there and we are international, however.. It is a desk job.. Do get a gym membership or you'll fill out quickly (lol) . I realise I am babling a little as a quick summery: The subject is huge, and if you don't like one bit there is so much more to sink your teeth in. There is lots of work and variation is huge, some companies specialise, some will do abit of everything. You'll probably always find something to get stuck into. Even if work doesn't, there are endless opensource projects to get involved in. No prior knowledge is essential, but you'll take to it easier with an appreciation for maths and electronics. It is a desk job, but from what I can tell it is possible to branch out a little and get involved with more than the computing side. This is all my experience, others are more then welcome to say I am full of (poo) . If there's anything I haven't answered or just want to know more please do ask. Feel free to PM if you want to chat more too (y)


Excellent! Let me preface this with an apology for the total bombardment of questions below, please don't feel obligated to answer them all (y) One of my big concerns is that I have a tendency to get bored of things as soon as i'm competent at them. Now i know that coding is a bottomless hole and there's always new things to learn, but when you've secured a job after graduating do you think it would be likely you'd be doing the same thing every single day with no real progression? Hopping between employers seems to be a staunch trend in the industry, though i wonder how often people successfully find employers that can facilitate dynamic work, and evolving systems? Maybe most businesses are already like this and i'm just ignorant to it, or i'm overlooking the viability of being a free agent? In regards to being able to even handle the course, what kind of foundational skills would you say are most necessary? (tangible and possibly more interestingly, intangible, from your personal observations) I had a 0% effort policy when i was in school so when it got to higher maths i was never in to be taught it and i couldn't grasp it independently, so i dropped it and have no knowledge of the concepts in advanced mathematics. I have a cousin who did really well studying comp sci without maths qualifications, but i don't want to base my expectations on his anecdote. One of my other, more definitive concerns is that i don't want to set myself up for a lifelong career of staring at a computer screen all day, which is of course ironic since that's basically all i've done since i was about 14. From what little useful insight i gained from higher computing, i understand that a large part of the coding process is theory crafting to develop a solution, varying by methodology obviously, but would you say a significant part of this kind of work can be done without actively using a system? I want to have some interaction with the real world, or i could see myself growing to resent being cemented to my chair and keyboard, as i have done in the couple of years i've spent in various office jobs. If this is asking for a bit too much knowledge of people's experiences in "life after uni" then i understand, but anything you can share is much appreciated! :D


I am a recent graduate from comp sci umbrella. Any questions do feel free to ask (y)


What a scorcher! I had already bought most of these books on Amazon some time ago... but thanks to your post & linky I have managed to bag the full range. Cheers OP (y) 🏼


Nothing Arts based there so sorry, not good for me. Will help many though.

Free Ebooks Project Gutenberg
Found 2nd SepFound 2nd Sep
Free Ebooks Project Gutenberg : I have seen a fair few free Ebooks from amazon, a few of these are actually free anyway as they are so old they are not copywrite protected and hav… Read more

If you install the magic catalog on your ereader you can search for and select books from Project Gutenberg from the ereader itself. http://freekindlebooks.org/MagicCatalog/magiccatalog.html ive used the .mobi version on Kindle and it works great.


Also use http://book4you.org Mobilism.org General-reader.com


I did check the district but didn't seem like any other than a school. As 7day said I may just try a library anywhere haha


I use a kobo and library in usa


It's online, so you don't necessarily need to use your nearest library - you won't be going to collect the books, they appear on your phone/tablet automatically and vanish 2 weeks later automatically. For example your nearest library may be a sub-branch, or a mobile van - but if you go to the overdrive.com website and use "Find a library near me" you will usually see dozens in your region. You will need a current library card number though.

Free Kindle fantasy - The Girl In Between: The Girl In Between Series Book 1
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
"Bryn Reyes is a real life sleeping beauty. Afflicted with Klein-Levin Syndrome, she suffers episodes of prolonged sleep that steal weeks, and sometimes even months, from her life.… Read more

I have concerns about that girl!


:o :o


Can't complain when it's free, all good! thanks.


Sounds interesting, one for the pile of shame

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