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Posted: 13 Jun 2009 04:49 PM PDT
E-mail filtering, internet firewalls and web caching are just some of the things you’ll learn with these videos on the Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2000, Enterprise Edition. By time you complete this series, you will be able to understand, install, and configure ISA Server 2000 Firewall and Caching features to support a worldwide, enterprise organization. The videos map to Microsoft exam 70-227 and are a perfect study resource as well as great reference material to use on the job.
Turn your ISA Server into a top-notch e-mail filtering system allowing you to screen e-mails based on keyword, sender, and attachment type or size, and use the latest optimization and tuning tricks to ensure ISA Server runs at peak performance levels. In addition, you will find out how to make ISA Server 2000 integrate seamlessly with Windows 2003.
Jeremy Cioara is a blast to learn from. He’s excited about the technology and likes to have some fun along the way. We’ve posted a video on Configuring Caching from the series on our “Free Videos” page so you can take a peek and see for yourself.
There are 15 videos providing more than 8 hours of instruction. A basic understanding of Windows 2000 networking and e-mail services such as the MCSA 2000 certification and Exchange 2000 Administration training or equivalent knowledge is recommended before viewing these videos.
CD-ROM Contents: Exam Pack 70-227
- Introduction to ISA Server 2000
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Installing, Configuring, and Administering Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2000, Enterprise Edition
Posted: 13 Jun 2009 04:22 PM PDT
Taking the principles and skills taught in ActionScript 3.0 in Flash CS3 Professional Essential Training, Adobe Certified Instructor Todd Perkins demonstrates how to put them to practical use in this course. Todd fully explores ActionScript’s most powerful features, including creating advanced navigational interfaces and special effects using XML data and adding accessibility to files via closed captioning. Exercise files accompany the tutorials.
Released on: 9/26/2007
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Posted: 13 Jun 2009 04:04 PM PDT
Expert Web developer James E. Harmon begins by demonstrating how to "Ajax-ify" existing applications and pages with Dojo, adding Ajax features such as client- and server-side validation as quickly and nondisruptively as possible. Next, he presents in-depth coverage of Dojo's user interface, form, layout, and specialized Widgets, showing how they work and how to use them most effectively. Among the Widgets, he covers in detail: Date Pickers, Rich Text Editors, Combo Boxes, Expandable Outlines, and many others.
Posted: 13 Jun 2009 04:02 PM PDT
Description: "Professor Charnes's book drives clarity into applied Monte Carlo analysis using examples and tools relevant to real-world finance. The book will prove useful for analysts of all levels and as a supplement to academic courses in multiple disciplines."
"Think you really know financial modeling? This is a must-have for power Excel users. Professor Charnes shows how to make more realistic models that result in fewer surprises. Every analyst needs this credibility booster."
Posted: 13 Jun 2009 04:00 PM PDT
An up-to-date and comprehensive treatment of the fundamentals of scheduling theory, including recent advances and state-of-the-art topics
Principles of Sequencing and Scheduling strikes a unique balance between theory and practice, providing an accessible introduction to the concepts, methods, and results of scheduling theory and its core topics. With real-world examples and up-to-date modeling techniques, the book equips readers with the basic knowledge needed for understanding scheduling theory and delving into its applications. The authors begin with an introduction and overview of sequencing and scheduling, including single-machine sequencing, optimization and heuristic solution methods, and models with earliness and tardiness penalties. The most current material on stochastic scheduling, including correct scheduling of safety time and the use of simulation for optimization, is then presented and integrated with deterministic models. Additional topical coverage includes:
Extensive end-of-chapter exercises are provided, some of which are spreadsheet-oriented, and link scheduling theory to the most popular analytic platform among today’s students and practitioners—the Microsoft Office Excel® spreadsheet. Extensive references direct readers to additional literature, and the book’s related Web site houses material that reinforces the book’s concepts, including research notes, data sets, and examples from the text.
Principles of Sequencing and Scheduling is an excellent book for courses on sequencing and scheduling at the upper-undergraduate and graduate levels. It is also a valuable reference for researchers and practitioners in the fields of statistics, computer science, operations research, and engineering.
Posted: 13 Jun 2009 03:59 PM PDT
He presents techniques for subtle enhancements that will help hold the viewer’s attention while adding production value to virtually any shot. Chris also discusses how to create lighting clips from scratch, either with a camera or by using Fractal Noise.
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This new work presents the mathematical theory and techniques for analyzing and modeling high-performance global communication networks, with a focus on software employed at the end nodes and intermediate switches.
Topics include, but are not limited to Markov chains and queuing analysis, traffic modeling, interconnection networks, and switch architectures and buffering strategies. Several appendices are provided as a handy reference for material and formulas discussed in the book. The author provides a discussion of the use of MATLAB® in engineering applications.
Over 500 homework problems are included in the text. A separate protected solutions manual will be available to instructors adopting this book as the primary text in courses.
Analysis of Computer and Communication Networks is intended for senior and graduate students, university researchers and practicing engineers in communications, network design and analysis.
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