• English Grammar Understanding the Basics

    English Grammar Understanding the Basics

    Ourgoal in thisbook is to help you learn about English grammar in as simple and straightforward a way as possible. The book was inspired by our students, most of whom panic when we say words like adjective, subject, and passive. We believe that panic will be replaced by knowledge and con¢dence as readers work their way through this userfriendly book. Who is this book for? It’s for anyone who needs or wants to understand English grammar....

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  • The Myths of Security What the Computer Security Industry Doesn’t Want You to Know

    The Myths of Security What the Computer Security Industry Doesn’t Want You to Know

    The Myths of Security is for anyone interested in computer security, whether it’s a hobby, a profession, or just something you worry about. By reading this book, you’ll get some insight into what the bad guys do, as well as what the good guys (and gals) do. You’ll find that good guys often do bad things—things that put everybody at risk. You’ll learn about what’s traditionally been wrong with the industry, and how it’s slowly...

     262 p cit 09/05/2013 88 1

  • The Java EE 6 Tutorial Basic Concepts Fourth Edition

    The Java EE 6 Tutorial Basic Concepts Fourth Edition

    This tutorial is a guide to developing enterprise applications for the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 6 (Java EE 6) using GlassFish Server Open Source Edition. Oracle GlassFish Server, a Java EE compatible application server, is based on GlassFish Server Open Source Edition, the leading open-source and open-community platform for building and deploying next-generation applications and services. GlassFish Server Open Source Edition,...

     588 p cit 09/05/2013 120 1

  • The Definitive guide to Grails 2

    The Definitive guide to Grails 2

    To understand Grails, you first need to understand its goal: to dramatically simplify enterprise Java web development. To take web development to the next level of abstraction. To tap into what has been accessible to developers on other platforms for years. To have all this while still retaining the flexibility to drop down into the underlying technologies and utilize their richness and maturity. Simply put, we Java developers want to “have...

     352 p cit 09/05/2013 100 1

  • The Book of XEN A Practical Guide for the System Administrator

    The Book of XEN A Practical Guide for the System Administrator

    Once upon a time, in the land of Armonkwhere-the-shadows-lie, a band of fiendish programmers were weaving their evil schemes. And it seemed that dark days were upon the earth at last, and for all time, for the programmers seemed so very clever that no one would ever be able to stand against them. And even if some hero were, through great fortune or unimaginable heroism, to bring one low, then there would still be an innumerable quantity...

     316 p cit 09/05/2013 124 1

  • The Book of Rudy A Hands-On Guide for the Adventurous

    The Book of Rudy A Hands-On Guide for the Adventurous

    As you are now reading a book on Ruby, I think it is safe to assume you don’t need me to persuade you of the merits of the Ruby language. Instead, I’ll take the somewhat unconventional step of starting with a warning: Many people are attracted to Ruby by its simple syntax and its ease of use. They are wrong. Ruby’s syntax may look simple at first sight, but the more you get to know the language, the more you will realize that it is, on...

     404 p cit 09/05/2013 107 2

  • The Book Qt 4 The Art of Building Qt Applications

    The Book Qt 4 The Art of Building Qt Applications

    A number of years ago, I happened to come across an article on GUI programming with C++. I had just started learning C++ and was amazed at how little code the author2 needed to produce a complete game, including the menus. Of course, there were a number of constructs that needed explanation, but after a short time I was hooked: The Qt library that he used turned out not only to have a very extensive collection of all kinds of useful widgets...

     442 p cit 09/05/2013 99 1

  • The Book of PF 2nd Edition

    The Book of PF 2nd Edition

    This is a book about building the network you need. We’ll dip into the topics of firewalls and related functions, starting from a little theory. You’ll see plenty of examples of filtering and other ways to direct network traffic. I’ll assume that you have a basic to intermediate command of TCP/IP networking concepts and Unix administration.

     220 p cit 09/05/2013 98 1

  • The Book of JAVASCRIPT 2ND EDITION

    The Book of JAVASCRIPT 2ND EDITION

    You are about to begin a journey through JavaScript— a programming language that adds interactivity and spark to web pages all over the Internet. This book, written primarily for nonprogrammers, provides scripts you can cut and paste for use on your website, but it also explains how they work, so you’ll soon be writing your own scripts. Each chapter focuses on a few important JavaScript features, shows you how professional websites...

     519 p cit 09/05/2013 90 1

  • THE BOOK OF CSS3 A Developer's Guide to the Future of Web Design

    THE BOOK OF CSS3 A Developer's Guide to the Future of Web Design

    Let me tell you a little about who I think you are: You’re a web professional who’s been hand-coding HTML and CSS for a few years; you’re pretty comfortable with creating complex layouts, and you know not only your div from your span but also your bold from your strong; you’ve read a little about CSS3 and may even have started experimenting with some of its more decorative features like rounded corners, but you want to gain a deeper...

     308 p cit 09/05/2013 148 1

  • The Art of SEO

    The Art of SEO

    THE BOOK BEFORE YOU IS DESIGNED TO BE A COMPLETE AND THOROUGH EDUCATION on search engine optimization for SEO practitioners at all levels. Think of it as SEO 101, SEO 102, and SEO 103. We were inspired to create it because we have not previously seen a comprehensive work on the topic of SEO, and we believe that it is very much needed in our industry. Our goal has been to help simplify a very complex, layered topic and to make it easier for...

     602 p cit 09/05/2013 132 4

  • The Art of Concurrency

    The Art of Concurrency

    MULTICORE PROCESSORS MADE A BIG SPLASH WHEN THEY WERE FIRST INTRODUCED. Bowing to the physics of heat and power, processor clock speeds could not keep doubling every 18 months as they had been doing for the past three decades or more. In order to keep increasing the processing power of the next generation over the current generation, processor manufacturers began producing chips with multiple processor cores. More processors running at a...

     303 p cit 09/05/2013 104 1

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