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Reciprocal Links

He Always Gives Free Samples
Because He Knows Full Well
Today's Young Innocent Faces
Will Be Tomorrow's Clientele.

- Tom Lehrer, "The Old Dope Peddler"

Like the subject of Tom Lehrer's heartwarming song, I believe in doing well by doing good.

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I'll reveal a deep, dark secret: as I discuss in Market Yourself: Tips for High-Tech Consultants, one of the reasons I articles with useful information such as this, is that these web pages are a thinly veiled attempt to draw traffic to my consulting company's website.

While you may not be my next client, you might mention me to someone who turns out to be, or email the URL to a potential client, or perhaps you would be so kind as to provide a link to Pointers, References and Values or our Tips and Tricks on your own web page.

While I probably would write these pages anyway (I like to write , and I particularly like writing web pages), you'd really be doing me a good turn and you would encourage me to write more pages like this if you would link to my pages.

In return for the favor, I offer to provide you a reciprocal link from here.

Hey, you wash my back, I'll wash yours.

Mike Crawford

Mike Crawford
Consulting Software Engineer
mike@soggywizards.com

     Tilting at Windmills for a Better Tomorrow.

The Links

Bruce Eckel's MindView, Inc.

Bruce Eckel is the author of such books as Thinking in Python, Thinking in Java, Thinking in C++, and Thinking in Patterns. Some of his books are available for electronic download, but I heartily recommend you buy the hardcopy versions.

code4u.com linked from here

code4u.com is a web index to pages of interest to programmers

WikiLearn linked from CppResources

A web-based collaboration area for learning about Open Source and Free Software programming and related topics.

Paguito.com
Online computer sales Compaq, Hewlett Packard and SONY.
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