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    Learning SPARQL Querying and Updating with SPARQL 1.1

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  • JSTL in Action

    JSTL in Action

    This book will show you how to make the most of JSTL. It begins without assuming you know anything more than HTML, and it gently introduces you to all the principles you’ll need to produce flexible, powerful web pages. The goal of this book isn’t to satisfy my own ego by showing you how subtle and tricky technology can be, but instead to equip you to handle any JSTL-related issue that arises when you produce real-world, dynamic web sites....

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  • Understanding MySQL Internals

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    In the summer of 2003, somebody on the MySQL mailing list proposed a book about MySQL internals. As I read the email, I realized that I had the background to write such a book, but I had just finished writing my first book and was not looking forward to writing another. I tried to talk myself out of the responsibility, saying to myself nobody would ever publish a book so technical and specialized. There simply would not be enough of an...

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  • The Definitive Guide to MongoDB The NoSQL Database for Cloud and Desktop Computing

    The Definitive Guide to MongoDB The NoSQL Database for Cloud and Desktop Computing

    The seed for The Definitive Guide to MongoDB was actually planted some years ago when I walked into a local bookstore, and first spotted a book on databases. I started reading the back-cover copy and a few pages of the front matter, but quickly found the book closed in my hands, as I quietly mumbled to myself: “Humph. Who needs databases, other than a very large enterprise?” I put the book back, and headed home without thinking any more...

     329 p cit 07/05/2013 106 1

  • Oracle 11g For Dummies

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    If you are reading this text, chances are you’re considering throwing yourself into the wonderful world of Oracle database administration. The good news is, you have come to right place. The bad news? Well, it’s not really bad news . . . but you have quite an adventure ahead of you. Luckily, the authors of this book, your guides in this adventure, can help smooth out any bumpy roads. With over 35 years of combined Oracle experience, we...

     412 p cit 07/05/2013 80 1

  • MongoDB and Python

    MongoDB and Python

    I’ve been building production database-driven applications for about 10 years. I’ve worked with most of the usual relational databases (MSSQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL) and with some very interesting nonrelational databases (Freebase.com’s Graphd/MQL, Berkeley DB, MongoDB). MongoDB is at this point the system I enjoy working with the most, and choose for most projects. It sits somewhere at a crossroads between the performance and...

     66 p cit 07/05/2013 100 1

  • Expert Oracle and Java Security Programming Secure Oracle Database Applications with Java

    Expert Oracle and Java Security Programming Secure Oracle Database Applications with Java

    Every day I read e-mails and articles dealing with computer security attacks and breaches, and the repercussions that follow. I have been getting onboard with computer security for decades, and there is no end in sight for this effort. Each and every professional in information technology has a commitment to keep with regard to computer security. We have, most of us, signed computing codes of conduct, and further we have aligned ourselves with...

     466 p cit 07/05/2013 85 1

  • Expert Indexing in Oracle Database 11g maximum performance for your Database

    Expert Indexing in Oracle Database 11g maximum performance for your Database

    An index is an optionally created database object used primarily to increase query performance. The purpose of a database index is similar to an index in the back of a book. A book index associates a topic with a page number. When you’re locating information in a book, it’s usually much faster to examine the index first, find the topic of interest, and identify associated page numbers. With this information, you can navigate directly to...

     265 p cit 07/05/2013 113 1

  • Essential SQLAlchemy

    Essential SQLAlchemy

    If you’re an application programmer you’ve probably run into a relational database at some point in your professional career. Whether you’re writing enterprise client-server applications or building the next Web 2.0 killer application, you need someplace to put the persistent data for your application, and relational databases, accessed via SQL, are some of the most common places to put that data.

     230 p cit 07/05/2013 95 1

  • Beginning Database Design Solutions

    Beginning Database Design Solutions

    It has been estimated that more than 80 percent of all computer programming is database-related. This is certainly easy to believe. After all, a database can be a powerful tool for doing exactly what computer programs do best: store, manipulate, and display data. Even many programs that seem at first glance to have little to do with traditional business-oriented data use databases to make processing easier. In fact, looking back on more than...

     552 p cit 07/05/2013 97 1

  • A Developer’s Guide to Data Modeling for SQL Server COVERING SQL SERVER 2005 AND 2008

    A Developer’s Guide to Data Modeling for SQL Server COVERING SQL SERVER 2005 AND 2008

    As database professionals, we are frequently asked to come into existing environments and “fix” existing databases. This is usually because of performance problems that application developers and users have uncovered over the lifetime of a given application. Inevitably, the expectation is that we can work some magic database voodoo and the performance problems will go away. Unfortunately, as most of you already know, the problem often lies...

     299 p cit 07/05/2013 102 1

  • 50 Tip & Tricks for MongoDB Developers

    50 Tip & Tricks for MongoDB Developers

    Getting started with MongoDB is easy, but once you’re building applications with it more complex questions emerge. Is it better to store data using this schema or that one? Should I break this into two documents or store it all as one? How can I make this faster? The advice in this book should help you answer these questions.

     66 p cit 07/05/2013 85 1

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