• 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...

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  • 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 94 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

    Spring Data Modern Data Access for Enterprise Java

    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...

     314 p cit 09/05/2013 118 1

  • Sams Teach Yourself Core Data for Mac and iOS in 24 hours Second Edition

    Sams Teach Yourself Core Data for Mac and iOS in 24 hours Second Edition

    Organizing things is an important human activity. Whether it is a child organizing toys in some way (by size, color, favorites, and so forth) or an adult piecing together a thousand-piece jigsaw puzzle, the desire to “make order out of chaos” (as one inveterate puzzler put it) reflects a sense that somehow if we try hard enough or just have enough information, we can find or create an understandable view of the world. Or at least an...

     480 p cit 08/05/2013 78 1

  • Sakai OAE Deployment and Management

    Sakai OAE Deployment and Management

    The original Sakai software descended from work by Indiana University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford University, University of Michigan, uPortal, and the Open Knowledge Initiative. Lots of the original code came from University of Michigan’s framework, known as CHEF, the CompreHensive collaborativE Framework. (Programmers do love to stretch their acronyms.)

     140 p cit 08/05/2013 35 1

  • Rudy onRails tutorial Second Edition

    Rudy onRails tutorial Second Edition

    Welcome to Ruby on Rails™Tutorial . The goal of this book is to be the best answer to the question, ‘‘If I want to learn web development with Ruby on Rails, where should I start?’’ By the time you finish the Rails Tutorial, you will have all the skills you need to develop and deploy your own custom web applications with Rails. You will also be ready to benefit from the many more advanced books, blogs, and screencasts that are part of...

     589 p cit 08/05/2013 81 1

  • REST in Practice

    REST in Practice

    The pervasiveness and ubiquity of the Web stems from the way it combines architectural simplicity with a small set of widely accepted technologies. The Web provides scalability, security, and reliability for those systems that embrace its simple tenets, and it does so using commodity tools and platforms.

     448 p cit 08/05/2013 90 1

  • Real World Instrumentation with Python

    Real World Instrumentation with Python

    This is a book about automated instrumentation, and the automated control systems used with automated instrumentation. We will look at how to use the Python programming language to quickly and easily implement automated instrumentation and control systems. Automated instrumentation can be found in a wide variety of settings, ranging from research laboratories to industrial plants. As soon as people realized that collecting data over time was a...

     621 p cit 08/05/2013 112 1

  • Pro SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services third Edition

    Pro SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services third Edition

    At its core, the process of designing reports hasn’t changed substantially in the past 20 years. The report designer lays out report objects, which contain data from a known source of data, in a design application such as Reporting Services, Business Objects Reports, or Microsoft Access. He or she then tests report execution, verifies the accuracy of the results, and distributes the report to the target audience.

     506 p cit 08/05/2013 96 1

  • Pro Spring Batch

    Pro Spring Batch

    When I graduated from Northern Illinois University back in 2001 after spending most of the previous two years working on COBOL, mainframe Assembler, and Job Control Language (JCL), I took a job as a consultant to learn Java. I specifically took that position because of the opportunity to learn Java when it was the hot new thing. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I’d be back writing about batch processing. I’m sure most Java developers...

     498 p cit 08/05/2013 120 1

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