- Webuser – 30 July 2009
- PC Magazine – August 2009
- Algorithms and Data Structures
- Mule in Action
- Professional Apache Tomcat 6
- Microsoft Outlook 2007 Programming: Jumpstart for Power Users and Administrators
- John Battelle, The Search: How Google and Its Rivals Rewrote the Rules of Business and Transformed Our Culture
- Resilient Storage Networks, First Edition : Designing Flexible Scalable Data Infrastructures
- Open Source SOA
- Programming Microsoft SQL Server 2005
Posted: 28 Jul 2009 11:52 PM PDT
Webuser – 30 July 2009
PDF | 75 pages | 30.1 Mb | English
Posted: 28 Jul 2009 11:50 PM PDT
PC Magazine (08/2009)
Posted: 28 Jul 2009 11:49 PM PDT
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 11th Algorithms and Data Structures Symposium, WADS 2009, held in Banff, Canada, in August 2009.
The Algorithms and Data Structures Symposium – WADS (formerly “Workshop on Algorithms and Data Structures”) is intended as a forum for researchers in the area of design and analysis of algorithms and data structures. The 49 revised full papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 126 submissions. The papers present original research on algorithms and data structures in all areas, including bioinformatics, combinatorics, computational geometry, databases, graphics, and parallel and distributed computing.
Posted: 28 Jul 2009 11:44 PM PDT
Mule is the most widely used open source ESB-with millions of downloads- providing an alternative to expensive commercial options. Mule in Action is a comprehensive tutorial designed for working Java developers. This authoritative book explores the architecture and the main features of version Mule 2 through numerous running examples. It starts with a quick overview of ESB technology and a bit of Mule history-including the key changes between Mule 1.x and Mule 2. Readers learn to configure Mule and then get straight to the good stuff-putting Mule to work.
Because the core of an ESB system is handling message traffic, the book dives into the way Mule handles data with chapters on sending and receiving, routing, and transforming data. Next, it takes a close look at Mule’s standard components and how you can roll out custom ones. The book closes with a set of chapters on the nuts and bolts of working with Mule. Readers can take Mule farther by learning techniques for testing, performance tuning, BPM orchestration, and even a touch of Groovy scripting.
Posted: 28 Jul 2009 11:41 PM PDT
Posted: 28 Jul 2009 11:39 PM PDT
For those who manage Outlook installations, it demonstrates how to use new features in the Outlook 2007 programming model such as building scripts that can create rules and views and manage categories. Power users will discover how to enhance Outlook with custom features, such as the ability to process incoming mail and extract key information. Aimed at the non-professional programmer, it also provides a quick guide to Outlook programming basics for pro developers who want to dive into Outlook integration.
*Dozens of new programming objects detailed including views, rules, categories, searches
*No previous coding experience or additional development tools required
*Examples outline issues using real-world functionality
Posted: 28 Jul 2009 11:36 PM PDT
If you pick your books by their popularity–how many and which other people are reading them–then know this about The Search: it’s probably on Bill Gates’ reading list, and that of almost every venture capitalist and startup-hungry entrepreneur in Silicon Valley. In its sweeping survey of the history of Internet search technologies, its gossip about and analysis of Google, and its speculation on the larger cultural implications of a Web-connected world, it will likely receive attention from a variety of businesspeople, technology futurists, journalists, and interested observers of mid-2000s zeitgeist.
Posted: 28 Jul 2009 11:35 PM PDT
Posted: 28 Jul 2009 11:33 PM PDT
You can build a world-class SOA infrastructure entirely using popular, and mature, open-source applications. Unfortunately, the technical documentation for most open-source projects focuses on a specific product, the big SOA picture. You’re left to your own devices to figure out how to cobble together a full solution from the various bits. In other words, unless you already know how Mule and Tuscany work with jBPM, you’re stuck.
Open Source SOA shows readers how to build an entire SOA application using open-source technologies. It shows readers how to apply key ideas like Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) design and Business Process Management (BPM) and learn the tools and techniques to implement them effectively.
To pull everything together, the author describes real-life case studies from his own work to tie together all the principles and practices. These hard-to-find case studies are pure gold for the reader, as most developers keep these trade secrets to themselves.
Posted: 28 Jul 2009 11:29 PM PDT
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