Source code for .NET Apps now on my web site

by Jesse Liberty

Related link: http://www.LibertyAssociates.com



I'm pleased to say that the code for Programming .NET Applications is now available on my web site: http://www.LibertyAssociates.com - click on books, scroll down to Programming .NET Applications and click on source code.

Thank you for your patience.

-j


Feedback about the book should be directed to my support discussion at
http://forums.delphiforums.com/LibertyBooks


6 Comments

bleeker
2004-03-23 07:21:29
Legal?
Jesse,


Is it legal to publish .NET source code on your site?


B

JesseLiberty
2004-03-23 07:52:32
Legal?
The code that is published on my site is the source code for my book Programming .NET Windows Applications. The copyright for that book and its code is owned by O'Reilly Associates, and my agreement with them is that I will make the source code available as a convenience for readers of the book.


Sorry if there was a misunderstanding of what is posted.

arthurfuller
2004-04-11 09:39:37
Source Code
When I tried to visit to get your source code, I received an internal server error. Is the site down or broken?
JesseLiberty
2004-04-11 10:11:27
Source Code
My site is run on a machine in my office; it doesn't handle large numbers of users well, so if you have a problem accessing it, please just await 30 minutes and try again. I just checked, the source is there.


When you go to the site, click on books, then navigate to the book you want and click on source code.


Thanks.

JesseLiberty
2004-07-31 06:47:13
Source Code
Fixed now! (thanks to alert reader Alex).
JesseLiberty
2004-07-31 06:48:19
Source Code
By the way, I've moved my site to a commercial web server, it now spins like a top; you should have no trouble with access.


Thanks.


-j