Giveaway Results: iOS 5 and iOS 6 by Tutorials Print Version

Ray Wenderlich
Four huge volumes of high quality tutorials!

Four huge volumes of high quality tutorials!

This Wednesday we announced some good news – we now have print versions of iOS 5 and iOS 6 by Tutorials for sale directly on our site!

To celebrate the print version launch, we also had a giveaway where two lucky winners would win all 4 massive volumes – the 2-Volume iOS 5 by Tutorials Second Edition Print Version, and the 2-Volume iOS 6 by Tutorials Print Version.

To enter, all you had to do was comment on the announcement post. From those that entered, one winner has been chosen randomly, the forum member who posted with the highest forum post count won a copy too.

Keep reading to find out who the lucky winners are! :]

Drum Roll Please…

And the lucky winners are…

  • Random winner: With the aid of arc4random(), our lucky winner is: Mididoc!
  • Highest post count winners: There was supposed to be only 1 winner with the highest forum post count, but there were two guys that were within 2 posts of each other, so I decided to give both of you a free copy for thanking you for being so active on the forums :] So congrats to northy179 and Phoenix, you win a free copy as well!

For the lucky winners, I will be in touch with you via email to get your shipping info, etc.

For everyone else, please consider checking out the print versions, we think they turned out really great!

Thanks to all who entered and we hope you enjoy the print versions!

Ray Wenderlich

Ray is an indie software developer currently focusing on iPhone and iPad development, and the administrator of this site. He’s the founder of a small iPhone development studio called Razeware, and is passionate both about making apps and teaching others the techniques to make them.

When Ray’s not programming, he’s probably playing video games, role playing games, or board games.

User Comments

8 Comments

  • Congrats to the winners!
    mike_t33
  • Thank you so much Ray! :D :D :D

    That isn't really enough to express how happy I am. I think this code will do the justice:

    for(int = thanks; thanks<=100; thanks++) {
    NSLog(@"Thank you Ray!");
    }
    Phoenix
  • Thanks so much, Ray! Thanks also for your passion and dedication for putting these books together. Can't wait to get reading!

    Regards,
    Mike
    Mididoc
  • Congrats All! :D
    VegetarianZombie
  • Well done to the winners, keep up the good work!
    MichaelMacartney
  • Congrats to the winners!
    Orochi_X
  • Thank you so much Ray and team! and congrats to the other winners.
    northy179
  • While I generally work with an iPad set up on my desk with a stand that has the PDFs of the "by Tutorials" books and that worked fairly well, I must say, I am loving having the 4 books on my desk instead. They are fantastic and even when doing something completely unrelated to the tutorials I can think "hey, I saw a similar implementation of this on the attributed strings topic", go to that and see a great way to implement whatever it may be.

    Looking forward to iOS7 by tutorials later in the year!
    northy179

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