It’s That Time Again…Win a Copy of Professional WordPress!

If you’re a long time WebDevStudios fan and/or one of the brilliant people we’ve had the fortune of connecting with through the WordPress community, you’re probably familiar with the Professional WordPress books written by Brad Williams, David Damstra, and Hal Stern. The third edition of Professional WordPress was released January 15th; we hosted a giveaway in honor of its release, and we figured hey, we’re probably overdue to host another one…dontchyathink?

Professional WordPress Design and Development - Brad Williams

So! Happy April! As we did last time, we’re giving away one copy of Professional WordPress (signed by Brad Williams) and one extra little nifty gift. After all that Apple Watch hubbub, we thought to ourselves that sure, new toys are nice, but that doesn’t mean we should lose an appreciation for the basics. So we decided to take it back in true nerd fashion: this time, instead of a Raspberry Pi, we’re throwing in a binary wristwatch.

If you aren’t familiar with Professional WordPress, make sure to give Brad’s interview about the book from our last giveaway post a peek. You can enter to win using the Rafflecopter below!

Last time, we had so many entries that we decided to pick second and third prize winners who received some of our awesome Maintainn t-shirts and STICKERS (who doesn’t love a good sticker?!). If we break 250 entries again, we’ll do the same. 

You have until Thursday at MIDNIGHT (Pacific time) to enter (and entries involving posting a tweet can be done on MULTIPLE DAYS!), so GET ON IT and get yourself an incredible book (and some other neat goodies, too)!

Click here to enter the contest and GOOD LUCK!


24 thoughts on “It’s That Time Again…Win a Copy of Professional WordPress!

  1. This book, combined with my recent love affair w/ TreeHouse should be a great foundation for helping me achieve the ‘next level’ of my WordPress career!
    Thanks WebDevStudios!

  2. A pirate walks into a bar with a steering wheel on his pants, a peg leg and a parrot on his shoulder. The bartender says, “Hey, you’ve got a steering wheel on your pants.”
    The pirate says, “Arrrrg, I know. It’s driving me nuts.”

    You DID ask for a goofy joke, after all 🙂 Hope I win!

  3. G+ doesnt have a number, so I thought I was the 1st to G+ the post. But when I did, it didnt add a 1 to the icon. Guess the G+ icon just doesnt keep track like the others do. *shrug*

  4. After 5 multisite and a new launch with 11,000 subsets its about time I learnt about what wordpress actually does! 🙂

  5. Is it the recipes book? Oh … my … I’d love to win this competition. I’m not very good at cooking WordPress. Crossing my fingers.

  6. Hmm… a goofy joke? How about a developer one…

    “Excuse me, there’s a bug in my salad!”
    “That’s not a bug. It’s a feature.”


  7. OK, let me tell you a WordPress developer joke:

    Oh! No! Sorry, first I need the book to get the knowledge, after reading the book let me get back to this comment and follow back with a hell of a nice joke , promise 🙂

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