- Autodesk Tricky Tips And Tools For Maya Tamed By A Technical Director
- Learnkey – WirelessNetworking
- AppDev Developing Applications Using C Sharp 2008 Volume 1
- Cisco Networkers 2009 – Deploying Wired 802.1X
- Cisco Networkers 2009 – Understanding and Preventing Layer 2 Attacks
- Macworld – November 2009 (US)
- PC World – November 2009 (US)
- Evidence-based Design for Healthcare Facilities
- Web Standards Solutions: The Markup and Style Handbook, Special Edition
- Accelerated Silverlight 3
Posted: 11 Oct 2009 12:55 PM PDT
Unlock the power of Maya in record time with these podcasts. Learn technical skills, hidden features and scripting techniques that will increase your productivity and bring your creativity to the next level!
Posted: 11 Oct 2009 12:54 PM PDT
The popularity of wireless networks is exploding, and with it, demand for trained wireless IT professionals. In the Wireless Networking course from LearnKey, you’ll learn the fundamentals of wireless LANs from a vendor-neutral perspective. Expert instructor Michael Storm takes you through radio frequency (RF) technologies, industry standards, site surveys, wireless security issues and much more. At the conclusion of this course you’ll be prepared to implement, manage, and troubleshoot wireless networks, and be prepared to pass the Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) exam.
Section A: CWNP Introduction
Section B: Wireless Application
Section D: Antennas
Section E: RF Mathematics
Section F: Spread Spectrum
Section A: Spread Spectrum Technologies
Section B: FHSS vs. DSSS
Section C: Wireless Access Points
Section D: Access Point Features
Section E: Client Devices
Section F: Infrastructure Devices
Section G: Antenna Types
Section A: Tuning Antennas
Section B: Power Over Ethernet
Section C: RF Accessories
Section D: Organizations
Section E: Locating Access Points
Section A: Authentication
Section B: Service Sets
Section C: WAN Communication
Section D: Troubleshooting
Section A: WEP/TKIP
Section B: Security Options
Section C:Wireless Attacks
Section D: Corporate Security Policy
Section E: Site Survey
Section F: Preparation
Posted: 11 Oct 2009 12:54 PM PDT
AppDev Developing Applications Using C Sharp 2008 Volume 1 DVDDate : 9/9/2009 | 2.48 GB
"Visual Studio 2008 adds a large set of new functionality for the Visual Studio developer. From new language features, including LINQ (Language Integrated Query), to new client-side data support, Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework 3.5 make it easier than ever to create robust, enterprise-level applications. You will learn how to build solid applications using structured exception handling, how to use the Visual Studio debugging features, how to use MenuStrip and ToolStrip controls, and how to add unprecedented flexibility to your user interfaces using the container controls. As you continue through this course you will learn about important development topics that aren’t normally covered in a beginning Windows application programming course such as an introduction to .NET interoperability, using .NET Serialization, Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), and drawing your own user interfaces using the System.Drawing namespace. You will dig deeper into the most complex of Visual Studio’s built-in controls, the DataGridView control, Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), using ClickOnce, Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), and many more topics that will extend your knowledge, your capabilities, and your value as a developer."
Posted: 11 Oct 2009 04:51 AM PDT
Posted: 11 Oct 2009 04:12 AM PDT
This session focuses on the network security issues surrounding Layer 2, the data link layer. Because many network attacks originate inside the corporate firewall, exploring this soft underbelly of data networking is critical for any secure network design. Issues covered include Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) spoofing, MAC flooding, VLAN hopping, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) attacks, and Spanning Tree Protocol concerns. Common myths about Ethernet switch security are addressed and specific security lockdown recommendations are provided. Attack mitigation options presented include the new DHCP snooping and Dynamic ARP Inspection (DAI) functionality. Attendees can expect to learn Layer 2 design considerations from a security perspective and mitigation techniques for Layer 2 attacks. This session is for network designers, administrators, and engineers in all areas of data networking.
Posted: 11 Oct 2009 03:26 AM PDT
Macworld – November 2009 (US)
Posted: 11 Oct 2009 03:25 AM PDT
PC World – November 2009 (US)
Posted: 11 Oct 2009 03:24 AM PDT
* Working with design firms
* Healing environments
* Family-centered care
* Sustainability/green practices
* Move-in transition planning
* Future trends
Posted: 11 Oct 2009 03:23 AM PDT
Welcome to the expanded second edition of Dan Cederholm’s best-selling Web Standards Solutions. Web Standards are the standard technology specifications enforced by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to make sure that web designers and browser manufacturers are using the same technology syntax.
It is important that these implementations are the same throughout the Web, otherwise it becomes a messy proprietary place, and lacks consistency. These standards also allow content to be more compatible with multiple different viewing devices, such as screen readers for people with vision impairments, cell phones, PDFs, etc. HTML, XML, and CSS are all such technologies.
This book is your essential guide to understanding the advantages you can bring to your web pages by implementing web standards and precisely how to apply them. Web standards such as XHTML and CSS are now fairly well-known technologies, and they will likely be familiar to you, the web designer. Indeed, they are all around you on the Web. However, within web standards still lies a challenge: while the browser’s support for web standards is steadily increasing, many web developers and designers have yet to discover the real benefits of web standards and respect the need to adhere to them.
The real art is in truly understanding the benefits and implementing the standards efficiently. As a simple example of its power, you can use CSS to lay out your pages instead of nesting tables. This can make file sizes smaller, allowing pages to load faster, ultimately increasing accessibility for all browsers, devices, and web users.
Posted: 11 Oct 2009 03:21 AM PDT
Accelerated Silverlight 3 teaches you how to get up to speed with the latest version of Silverlight quickly and efficiently. The book assumes you’re already comfortable with the basics of .NET coding and with WPF and builds on your existing knowledge to make your journey to Silverlight 3 proficiency as quick and painless as possible. Where coding techniques are similar to other, more established, areas of .NET, the text says so. Likewise, where there’s a syntax or conceptual “gotcha” that you’re existing coding habits will walk you into, the text points that out, too.
This book provides you with fast-track coverage of all the most important elements of the Silverlight 3 technology ranging from XAML to standard controls, from dealing with media to networking, from testing to deployment. It concludes with a pair of fully worked sample applications for you to follow through, because nothing reinforces your understanding of how concepts fit together as much as looking at finished code.
It is assumed that readers are already be comfortable with the workings of the .NET Framework. Knowledge of Expression Blend is useful, but not mandatory: you’ll learn the Blend techniques that you need to know as you go through the book. By the end, you will have followed a sound, concise, path to mastery of Silverlight 3.
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