• Beautiful Data

    Beautiful Data

    WHEN WE WERE FIRST APPROACHED WITH THE IDEA OF A FOLLOW-UP TO BEAUTIFUL CODE, THIS TIME about data, we found the idea exciting and very ambitious. Collecting, visualizing, and processing data now touches every professional field and so many aspects of daily life that a great collection would have to be almost unreasonably broad in scope. So we contacted a highly diverse group of people whose work we admired, and were thrilled that so many...

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  • Programming Spiders, Bots, and Aggregators in Java

    Programming Spiders, Bots, and Aggregators in Java

    A tremendous amount of information is available through the Internet: today’s news, the location of an expected package, the score of last night’s game, or the current stock price of your company. Open your favorite browser, and all of this information is only a mouse click away. Nearly any piece of current information can be found online; you have only to discover it. Most of the information content of the Internet is both produced and...

     485 p cit 26/03/2013 32 2

  • Continuous Integration in .NET

    Continuous Integration in .NET

    After completing my master’s degree, I moved from Poland to Germany and began working as a .NET developer for a company full of experts in … Clarion. The Clarion folks were developing the company’s flagship—very successful leasing software—and I was left to do “the rest”: a bit of interfacing with web services (no way to do it from Clarion at that time), a rewrite of a Pocket PC leasing calculator, a piece of a website for a...

     331 p cit 26/04/2013 32 1

  • iMac for Dummies 6th edition

    iMac for Dummies 6th edition

    Skeptical about your new anodized aluminum iMac, with that supercharged Intel dual-core or quad-core processor? Perhaps you’re thinking it’s too doggone thin, or you’re wondering where all the buttons are. Shouldn’t there be places to plug cables? And where the heck is the DVD drive you paid for? (Oh, there it is, on the side, at the top right.)

     435 p cit 03/05/2013 32 1

  • PROFESSIONAL Augmented Reality Browsers for Smartphones

    PROFESSIONAL Augmented Reality Browsers for Smartphones

    AT AUGMENTEDPLANET.COM, I have been blogging about the rise in popularity of augmented reality (AR) since April 2009. When I started Augmented Planet, the only augmented reality applications available were either high-budget demos put together by creative agencies to wow their clients or obscure demos created by developers experimenting with the technology. Since those early days, Augmented Planet has documented the rise of augmented reality...

     362 p cit 24/04/2013 32 1

  • Access 2007 The Missing Manual

    Access 2007 The Missing Manual

    Compared to industrial-strength database products such as Microsoft's SQL Server, Access is a breeze to use. It runs on PCs rather than servers and is ideal for small- to mid-sized businesses and households. But Access is still intimidating to learn. It doesn't help that each new version crammed in yet another set of features; so many, in fact, that even the pros don't know where to find them all. Access 2007 breaks this pattern with some of...

     931 p cit 26/03/2013 32 2

  • Microfoft SharePoint 2010 for Dummies

    Microfoft SharePoint 2010 for Dummies

    With everyone connected via internal networks and externally with the Internet, more organizations are using Web sites — both inside and outside their organizations. Think about where you work. Your company probably has at least one Web site on the Internet, and probably several more, such as a brochureware site, an e-commerce site, and product microsites. Internally, Human Resources may have its own self-service portal. Your department may...

     412 p cit 02/05/2013 32 1

  • FBML Essentials

    FBML Essentials

    On May 24, 2007, the world changed forever when Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook was opening its platform, or “social graph,” to developers (see http://www.facebook.com/press/releases.php? p=3102). This update would allow developers to access a wealth of information, from names and birth dates to friend information and the ways that users link together. Never since the invention of the web browser has an API made such...

     190 p cit 26/04/2013 32 1

  • Elastic Beanstalk

    Elastic Beanstalk

    Thank you for picking up a copy of this book. Amazon Elastic Beanstalk is one of Amazon AWS’s services. It offers a platform for easy deployment of web applications. The first version of Elastic Beanstalk handles Java applications running in a Tomcat container. Deploying an application has been made as easy as uploading your WAR to your Application Environment. Elastic Beanstalk is difficult, and barely understood. But it has been a huge hit...

     86 p cit 02/05/2013 32 1

  • Lean UX Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience

    Lean UX Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience

    The biggest lie in software is Phase II. If you’ve spent any time building digital products in the last 20 years— regardless of your role—you’ve felt the sting of this lie. You set aside features and ideas for the next phase of work and then they are gone, never to be heard from again. As a designer, I’ve had hundreds, if not thousands, of wireframes and workflows end up in this same bucket.

     151 p cit 07/05/2013 32 1

  • Java Testing, Design, and Automation

    Java Testing, Design, and Automation

    Working within the software development, quality and information technology efforts at your company impacts functionality, scalability and performance. High quality interoperable Java code is developed in processes among groups of individuals. The first part of this book describes the organizational and social issues that impact functionality, scalability and performance. You will also learn immediately useful new processes and techniques to...

     434 p cit 26/03/2013 32 1

  • Civic Apps Competition Handbook

    Civic Apps Competition Handbook

    Government agencies are increasingly being called upon to publish data as a means to increase transparency, deliver government services more efficiently, and innovate busi ness. Civic Apps Competitions (CACs) further these goals by providing incentives and a platform for software programmers to build innovative applications (“apps”) using open government data. Departments at all levels are proactively using technology to share their data...

     77 p cit 02/05/2013 32 1

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