Two lucky winners stand a chance to win copy of the book. Keep reading to find out how you can be one of the Lucky One.
Overview of JIRA 5.x Development Cookbook
- Extend and customize JIRA; work with custom fields, workflows, reports, gadgets, JQL functions, plugins, and more
- Customize the look and feel of your JIRA user interface by adding new tabs, web items and sections, drop down menus, and more
- Master JQL (JIRA Query Language) that enables advanced searching capabilities through which users can search for issues in their JIRA instance and then exploit all the capabilities of the issue navigator
How to Enter?
Simply post your expectations from this book in comments section below. You could be one of the 2 lucky participants to win the copy.
The contest will close on 10th July 2013, a month from today. Winners will be contacted by email, so be sure to use your real email address when you comment!
Note from Packt:
Winners residing only in the USA and Europe would get a chance to win print copies. Others would be provided with eBook copies.
Is it worth it?
Maybe ;) Listen to couple of reviews on JIRA Development Cookbook!
"Jobin Kuruvilla, an experienced JIRA consultant and plugin developer, set out on the ambitious task to write a detailed and thorough book about JIRA plugin development. The result? A well crafted 450+ page book that starts by introducing the reader to Atlassian’s plugin framework and ends with useful recipes usually gained only by weathered experience. It’s a great read for Atlassian plugin developers at all levels."
"I felt compelled to write a review of this book because I think it deserves it, it's a must-have for a JIRA plugin programmer. Before writing this, I thought I'd write a more in-depth review. Surprisingly, I discovered that enumerating each and every subject this book covers was not necessary: it's a homogeneous, extensive and well organized book.
From a developer standpoint, it's an effective and efficient mean to learn the subject and get the job done, much better than any tutorial I've seen so far. Together with the official Atlassian JIRA documentation, this book is pretty much all you need."