- ActionScript 3.0: Working with XML (CD-ROM)
- The Guru’s Guide to Transact-SQL by Ken Henderson
- Essential Computer Security: Everyone’s Guide to Email, Internet, and Wireless Security
- J2ME in a Nutshell
- Sun Certified Programmer & Developer for Java 2 Study Guide (Exam 310-035 & 310-027)
- Java Performance tuning
- Lessons on ZBrush
- Master the Drupal (2009)
- Java Database Programming Bible
- Kelby Training – Going Deeper With Final Cut Pro
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Tony Bradley is the Guide for the About.com site for Internet Network Security. In his role managing the content for a site that has over 600,000 page views per month and a weekly newsletter with 25,000 subscribers, Tony has learned how to talk to people, everyday people, about computer security. Intended for the security illiterate, Essential Computer Security is a source of jargon-less advice everyone needs to operate their computer securely.
* Written in easy to understand non-technical language that novices can comprehend
Posted: 17 Jun 2009 05:53 AM PDT
You can read this book, like all Nutshell books, from front to back in an effort to become familiar with its eponymous technology. More often, though, you’ll search for a particular aspect of J2ME (particular graphical user interface elements, say, or over-the-air provisioning of MIDlet suites) and read Topley’s prose explanations and annotated example code. These treatments are frequently enough to help you overcome stumbling blocks you encounter in the development process. If you’re just looking for a reminder of how various classes work (their properties and methods, their return types, and their relationships to other pieces of J2ME), turn to the comprehensive J2ME API reference. Helpfully, it’s not dry documentation: Topley comments on how to use each. –David Wall
Topics covered: Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) generally, and classes within it specifically. In addition to an annotated API reference, this book holds a lot of information about graphical user interfaces (GUIs) for small devices, the special considerations of designing applications for wireless environments, the Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) and MIDlets.
Posted: 17 Jun 2009 05:52 AM PDT
Praise for the author:
Finally! A Java certification book that explains everything clearly. All you need to pass the exam is in this book.
–Solveig Haugland, Technical Trainer and Former Sun Course Developer
“Who better to write a Java study guide than Kathy Sierra, the reigning queen of Java instruction? Kathy Sierra has done it again–here is a study guide that almost guarantees you a certification!”
–James Cubeta, Systems Engineer, SGI
“The thing I appreciate most about Kathy is her quest to make us all remember that we are teaching people and not just lecturing about Java. Her passion and desire for the highest quality education that meets the needs of the individual student is positively unparalleled at SunEd. Undoubtedly there are hundreds of students who have benefited from taking Kathy’s classes.”
–Victor Peters, founder Next Step Education & Software Sun Certified Java Instructor
I want to thank Kathy for the EXCELLENT Study Guide. The book is well written, every concept is clearly explained using a real life example, and the book states what you specifically need to know for the exam. The way it’s written, you feel that you’re in a classroom and someone is actually teaching you the difficult concepts, but not in a dry, formal manner. The questions at the end of the chapters are also REALLY good, and I am sure they will help candidates pass the test. Watch out for this Wickedly Smart book.
-Alfred Raouf, Web Solution Developer, Kemety.Net
“The Sun Certification exam was certainly no walk in the park but Kathy’s material allowed me to not only pass the exam, but Ace it!”
–Mary Whetsel, Sr. Technology Specialist, Application Strategy and Integration, The St. Paul Companies
From the Back Cover
The Only Certification Study System Based on 300,000+ Hours of IT Training Experience
Full coverage of the topics you need to review, including how to:
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About the Author
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Lessons on ZBrush | 86 MB
Designed around a principle of circularity, the menus in ZBrush work together in a non-linear and mode-free method. This facilitates the interaction of 3D models, 2D images and 2.5D Pixols in new and unique ways.
ZBrush gives you all of the tools needed to quickly sketch out a 2D or 3D concept, then take that idea all the way to completion. You can create realistic renders directly in ZBrush with lighting and atmospheric effects, or with the many powerful export options you can easily prepare you model for 3D printing or use with in any other digital application.
Posted: 17 Jun 2009 05:50 AM PDT
Master the Drupal (2009) | 930 MB
Video: TSCC 500×375 10.00fps 34Kbps
Posted: 17 Jun 2009 05:49 AM PDT
If Java can do it, you can do it too . . .
Java delivers powerful tools for creating today's multi-tier database applications. Packed with lucid explanations and lots of real-world examples, this comprehensive guide gives you everything you need to master Java database programming techniques. Starting with an insightful look into RDBMS, SQL, and JDBC fundamentals, veteran developer John O'Donahue walks you through the development process for both two-tier and three-tier applications, providing detailed coverage of Java database applications, using Swing components, servlets, JSP, XML, and EJB persistence.
Inside, you'll find complete coverage of Java database programming
Posted: 17 Jun 2009 03:20 AM PDT
Lesson 01 Introduction (1:12)
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