- Mastering Oracle Scheduler in Oracle 11g Databases
- PHP Object-Oriented Solutions
- Symbian OS C++ for Mobile Phones
- When Search Meets Web Usability
- jQuery: Visual QuickStart Guide
- Syngress Force Emerging Threat Analysis: From Mischief to Malicious
- Enterprise Recipes with Ruby and Rails
- Practical Programming: An Introduction to Computer Science Using Python
- Learn to Program, Second Edition
- The Unicode Standard, Version 5.0
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Schedule, manage, and execute jobs that automate your business processes.
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The existing material from the volumes will be combined, with explanations and example code updated to reflect the introduction of Symbian OS v9. New and simplified example application will be introduced, which will be used throughout the book. The reference and theory section in particular sets this book apart from the competition and complements other books being proposed at this time.
Anyone looking for a thorough insight into Symbian OS C++ before moving onto specialize on particular Symbian OS phones need this book! It will not teach people how to program in C++, but it will reinforce the techniques behind developing applications in Symbian OS C++, and more.
This innovative new book covers Symbian OS fundamentals, core concepts and UI.
Key highlights include:
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* The “best of” this year: Human, Malware, VoIP, Device Driver, RFID, Phishing, and Spam threats
Posted: 29 Jul 2009 10:51 PM PDT
With more than 50 concise, targeted recipes, this book shows you how to use existing infrastructure to develop effectively for the enterprise. For example, Ruby is an excellent language for manipulating both textual and binary data. This is enormously useful, because typical enterprise software is about storing and processing huge amounts of data. You’ll learn how to process data in various popular data formats such as XML, CSV, fixed length records, and JSON.
This book covers the whole spectrum of distributed application technologies, ranging from simple socket-based servers to full-blown Service Oriented Architectures. In addition, Ruby is a perfect ally when you have to integrate with RESTful and SOAP services, or when you have to access message-oriented middleware. It even helps you to reuse your existing C/C++, Java, or .NET code with ease.
Since the advent of the Web, many enterprises have opened their internal services to the outside world to participate in the rapidly growing world of e-commerce. As an enterprise programmer you’d better learn how to use existing payment gateways and how to implement security mechanisms to protect your company’s data and your customers’ privacy, and this book shows you how.
Enterprise programming is not only about developing huge software projects but also about maintaining and operating them. You’ll save a lot of valuable time if you document your software (of course, automatically) and automate tedious and recurring tasks, such as monitoring your servers and testing your programs. Enterprise Recipes with Ruby and Rails covers these major enterprise concerns, giving you tools and knowledge you’ll turn to over and over.
About the Author
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* Basic elements of programming from arithmetic to loops and if statements.
* Using functions and modules to organize programs.
* Using lists, sets, and dictionaries to organize data.
* Designing algorithms systematically.
* Debugging things when they go wrong.
* Creating and querying databases.
* Building graphical interfaces to make programs easier to use.
* Object-oriented programming and programming patterns.
Posted: 29 Jul 2009 10:49 PM PDT
Fortunately, that’s easier now than ever before. Chris Pine’s book will teach you how to program. You’ll learn to use your computer better, to get it to do what you want it to do. Starting with small, simple one-line programs to calculate your age in seconds, you’ll see how to advance to fully structured, real programs. You’ll learn the same technology used to drive modern dynamic websites and large, professional applications.
It’s now easier to learn to write your own computer software than it has ever been before. Now everyone can learn to write programs for themselves—no previous experience is necessary. Chris takes a thorough, but light-hearted approach that teaches you how to program with a minimum of fuss or bother.
Posted: 29 Jul 2009 10:48 PM PDT
These and other software luminaries recognize that Unicode has become an indispensable tool for supporting an increasingly global marketplace (see inside for more acclaim). A comprehensive system of standards for representing alphabets throughout the world, Unicode is the basis for modern programming– Windows, XML, Python, PERL, Mac OS, Linux–and every major search engine and browser in operation today.
New to Unicode Version 5.0
This new edition of Unicode’s official reference manual has been substantially updated to document the latest revisions to the Unicode Standard, with hundreds of pages of new information. It includes major revisions to text, figures, tables, definitions, and conformance clauses, and provides clear and practical answers to common questions. For the first time, the book contains the Unicode Standard Annexes, which specify vital processes such as text normalization and identifier parsing.
These improvements are so important that Version 5.0 is the basis for Microsoft’s Vista generation of operating systems, and is included in upgrade plans for Google, Yahoo!, and ICU, to name but a few.
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