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    Gray Hat Hacking The Ethical Hacker’s Handbook Third Edition

    The goal of this book is to help produce more highly skilled security professionals who are dedicated to protecting against malicious hacking activity. It has been proven over and over again that it is important to understand one’s enemies, including their tactics, skills, tools, and motivations. Corporations and nations have enemies that are very dedicated and talented. We must work together to understand the enemies’ processes and...

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  • Head First Ajax

    Head First Ajax

    With traditional web pages and applications, every time a user clicks on something, the browser sends a request to the server, and the server responds with a whole new page. Even if your user’s web browser is smart about caching things like images and cascading style sheets, that’s a lot of traffic going back and forth between their browser and your server... and a lot of time that the user sits around waiting for full page refreshes.

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  • SharePoint Apps with LightSwitch

    SharePoint Apps with LightSwitch

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  • Connect Database with PHP Website

    Connect Database with PHP Website

    This chapter will talk about the way to manage MySQL database by using PHP. PHP has lots of function and method to do operation with MySQL such as creating new database, creating new table, managing data in the table, etc.

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  • HTML & XML for beginners

    HTML & XML for beginners

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  • Programming Concurrency on the JVM

    Programming Concurrency on the JVM

    Speed. Aside from caffeine, nothing quickens the pulse of a programmer as much as the blazingly fast execution of a piece of code. How can we fulfill the need for computational speed? Moore’s law takes us some of the way, but multicore is the real future. To take full advantage of multicore, we need to program with concurrency in mind.

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  • PROFESSIONAL Android™ Sensor Programming

    PROFESSIONAL Android™ Sensor Programming

    ANDROIDS ARE ALIVE. THEY CAN LOCATE THEMSELVES, see, listen, and understand speech. They can sense radio signals and detect orientation, movement, and environmental properties. Can your computer do all of that? The availability of sensors is one feature Android devices have that makes them different from other computers. Without sensors, an Android device is just an underpowered, mobile web browser with a screen that is too small and has an...

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