• 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 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

  • 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...

     322 p cit 09/05/2013 118 2

  • SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Content Management

    SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Content Management

    IN 2003 MICROSOFT RELEASED Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 and SharePoint Portal Server 2003, making their fi rst true move into enterprise content management (ECM). It may not be a stretch to say they also created an entirely new technology space: collaborative document management. Seven years later, Microsoft launched the fourth version of SharePoint Services, now known as SharePoint Foundation (MSF), and the new server product is now called...

     554 p cit 08/05/2013 120 2

  • Professional SharePoint 2010 Field Guide

    Professional SharePoint 2010 Field Guide

    THIS BOOK WAS WRITTEN TO PROVIDE a wide coverage of complex solutions to common needs and desires from SharePoint 2010 implementations along with great reference material for digging in and learning the new platform; an excellent guide and handbook for people in the field. There are plenty of books to ramp up and learn how to do things with SharePoint; however, this book focuses on the main areas of customization and provides more intricate...

     458 p cit 08/05/2013 114 1

  • SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence 24-HOUR TRAINER

    SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence 24-HOUR TRAINER

    IF YOU’VE PICKED UP THIS BOOK, SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence 24-Hour Trainer, you’ve decided to jump into one of the most dynamic areas of Business Intelligence: the exciting visualizations, collaboration, and data service capabilities built into SharePoint 2010 through its new service application architecture.

     436 p cit 08/05/2013 99 1

  • Microsoft SharePoint 2010 All-in-One For Dummies

    Microsoft SharePoint 2010 All-in-One For Dummies

    Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 is chock full of goodies for you to explore and leverage within your organization. When you start looking at all the functionality that SharePoint 2010 provides, you may — understandably — find yourself feeling a tad overwhelmed and frustrated. Probing at just one little area of the product reveals layer after layer of new features, making you feel like you just opened Pandora’s box.

     916 p cit 08/05/2013 98 1

  • Scala in Depth

    Scala in Depth

    In fall 2010 Michael Stephens from Manning contacted me about writing a Scala Book. I was working for a small virtualization/security startup where I had been learning Scala and applying it to our codebase. During that first conversation Michael and I discussed the Scala ecosystem and what kind of a book would best serve the community.

     306 p cit 08/05/2013 40 1

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab For Dummies

    Samsung Galaxy Tab For Dummies

    It’s not a cell phone. It’s not a computer. It’s the latest craze: the tablet. It exists somewhere between the traditional computer and the newfangled smart phone. That makes the tablet kind of an oddball, but quite a popular oddball.

     625 p cit 08/05/2013 35 1

  • Ruby Cookbook

    Ruby Cookbook

    This is a book of recipes: solutions to common problems, copy-and-paste code snippets, explanations, examples, and short tutorials. This book is meant to save you time. Time, as they say, is money, but a span of time is also a piece of your life. Our lives are better spent creating new things than fighting our own errors, or trying to solve problems that have already been solved. We present this book in the hope that the time it saves,...

     908 p cit 08/05/2013 84 1

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