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    Test-Driven Infrastructure with Chef

    This book is here to help you get your job done. In general, you may use the code in this book in your programs and documentation. You do not need to contact us for permission unless you’re reproducing a significant portion of the code. For example, writing a program that uses several chunks of code from this book does not require permission. Selling or distributing a CD-ROM of examples from O’Reilly books does require permission....

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  • TCP/IP For Dummies 6th Edition

    TCP/IP For Dummies 6th Edition

    TCP/IP is the glue that holds together the Internet and the World Wide Web. To be well connected (network-wise, that is), sooner or later you have to become familiar with TCP/IP applications and services. If you want to understand what TCP/IP is, what it’s for, why you need it, and what to do with it, and you just don’t know where to start — this book is for you.

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  • Tapworthy: Designing Great iPhone Apps

    Tapworthy: Designing Great iPhone Apps

    “We need an iPhone app .” You’ve almost certainly heard that one at the office. Or in a conversation with chums. Maybe even around your own kitchen table. Since you’re reading this book, you’ve probably even said it yourself. You’re right: you do need an iPhone app. Apple’s glossy gadget touched off a whole new kind of computing—personal, intimate, and convenient—that has become both passion and habit for millions of regular...

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  • Startup an insider's guide to launching and running a business

    Startup an insider's guide to launching and running a business

    Let’s flesh this out a bit. An entrepreneur needs to find a way to interact with people (preferably lots of people) in a way that resonates with them. This means that the product or service attracts their participation and buy-in. In physics, resonance occurs when a pattern in one system causes surrounding systems to begin to vibrate or move in a similar pattern. This is exactly what entrepreneurs do. This can be social...

     195 p cit 09/05/2013 129 1

  • Starting an eBay Business For Dummies 4th Edition

    Starting an eBay Business For Dummies 4th Edition

    You’re here! You’ve made it! Welcome to the fourth edition of the best-selling book on eBay business: Starting an eBay Business For Dummies. This is the book you need to make that leap from casual seller to online mogul. You’ve probably been on eBay for a while and have seen that there really is a huge opportunity to make a part- or full-time living online. This book will serve as your manual to get organized and get your eBay business...

     547 p cit 09/05/2013 112 1

  • SQL Server 2012 Query Performance Tuning third Edition

    SQL Server 2012 Query Performance Tuning third Edition

    Performance is frequently one of the last things on peoples’ minds when they’re developing a system. Unfortunately, that means it usually becomes the biggest problem after that system goes to production. You can’t simply rely on getting a phone call that tells you that procedure X on database Y that runs on server Z is running slow. You have to have a mechanism in place to find this information for yourself. You also can’t work off the...

     521 p cit 09/05/2013 101 1

  • Spring Roo in Action

    Spring Roo in Action

    In the summer of 2009, I learned from Ben Alex about a new technology called Spring Roo. This project, based on a command-line shell, promised to bring the agility of other rapid development frameworks, such as Grails and Ruby on Rails, to the native Java and Spring platform. Using a shell instead of writing code seemed like a loss of control, but after downloading and experimenting with the tool, I started to realize the potential of this...

     406 p cit 09/05/2013 93 1

  • Spring Integration in Action

    Spring Integration in Action

    As I write this in August 2012, I find it difficult to believe that nearly five years have passed since we officially launched the Spring Integration project. I guess, as they say, time flies when you’re having fun, and I would add that it flies even faster (especially the weekends) when you’re writing a book. For those who have been anxiously awaiting a print copy since this book project was first announced in Manning’s Early Access...

     367 p cit 09/05/2013 127 1

  • Spring in Action third Edition covers Spring 3.0

    Spring in Action third Edition covers Spring 3.0

    Wow! As I write this, it’s been almost seven years since Spring 1.0 was released and Ryan Breidenbach and I started work on the first edition of Spring in Action. Back then, who would have guessed that Spring would transform Java development as much as it has? In that first edition, Ryan and I tried to cover every corner of the Spring Framework. For the most part, we were successful. Back then the entire Spring story could easily be told in...

     426 p cit 09/05/2013 127 1

  • Spring Data Modern Data Access for Enterprise Java

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    The data access landscape over the past seven or so years has changed dramatically. Relational databases, the heart of storing and processing data in the enterprise for over 30 years, are no longer the only game in town. The past seven years have seen the birth —and in some cases the death—of many alternative data stores that are being used in mission-critical enterprise applications. These new data stores have been designed specifically...

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  • SOA in Practice

    SOA in Practice

    I NEVER PLANNED TO BECOME A SOA EXPERT. I WAS A TEAM LEADER IN A DEPARTMENT WHICH WAS instructed to use the new service-oriented architecture approach to communicate with the systems of other departments and business units. A cross-departmental SOA team had provided a SOA concept, including thousand of pages of documentation, several frameworks and libraries, and some sketches of corresponding processes. All we, as a business unit—which had...

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  • SIP Trunking Migrating from TDM to IP for Business to Business Communication

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    Most large enterprises have switched to IP telephony, and service provider backbone networks have largely converted to VoIP transport. But there's a key missing link: most businesses still connect to their service providers via old-fashioned, inflexible TDM trunks. Now, three Cisco experts show how to use Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking to eliminate legacy interconnects and gain the full benefits of end-to-end VoIP. Written for...

     352 p cit 09/05/2013 124 1

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