Quan Mai
Apr 2, 2020
(13 votes)

My Episerver Commerce books are now free

Episerver has made all online training courses free for every one https://www.episerver.com/education/come-back-stronger/ , an initiative to help everyone in Episerver community to get through this unprecendented time.

And I of course want to do my part. As of yesterday, I have made all my books on LeanPub for free:


This includes 2 only book on Episerver Commerce: Pro Episerver Commerce and Episerver Commerce: A problem - solution approach. You can download them now, and keep them forever.

That's the very least I can do. I hope they help you.

And during this time, stay safe. We will come back together, stronger. 


Apr 02, 2020


Siddharth Gupta
Siddharth Gupta Apr 2, 2020 06:36 PM

Thank you for the generosity Quan, highly appreciated :)

Kane Made It
Kane Made It Apr 2, 2020 08:47 PM

Quơn you're my idol :v

Quang Tran
Quang Tran Apr 3, 2020 08:15 AM

Thank you!

Nicola Ayan
Nicola Ayan Apr 6, 2020 06:48 AM

You're a legend Quan!

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