McGraw-Hill is an Exhibitor at iForum

One of the first things I noticed at this year's iForum was that McGraw-Hill had a booth. They were selling technical books.

One of the first things I noticed at this year's iForum was that McGraw-Hill had a booth. They were selling technical books.

What's interesting about this is that I tried to get a booth last year for BrianMadden.com to sell my books, and I was told that only members of the Citrix Access Network were eligible to have booths.

McGraw-Hill is the publishing company that publishes the "Official" Citrix-approved books written by Citrix partners. <sigh>

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This message was originally posted by an anonymous visitor on June 10, 2004
I hear that Citrix is getting ready to publish a new book through McGraw-Hill.
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This message was originally posted by Brian Madden on June 11, 2004
It will be called "Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server: Advanced Concepts." It's based on the Advanced Concepts guide and will be available in October.
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This message was originally posted by Brian Madden on June 11, 2004
Also, I should mention that Ron Oglesby and I are working on a third edition of the ATDG, called "Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 3.0: Advanced Technical Design Guide." We're waiting for a bit more real-world experience with the new products first, but our book will be available late this year with an official publication date of January.
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