- VTC.com Developing iPhone Web Apps
- Video tutorial Linux computer based training Debian 3 Edition
- Maya 8 Character Modeling (Wordware Applications Library)
- Foundation Joomla!
- Learning Network Services for Professional Development
- Algorithms and Programming: Problems and Solutions
- Stochastic Coalgebraic Logic
- Java For Dummies
- Innovation in Small Professional Practices in the Built Environment (Innovation in the Built Environment)
- Construction Process Planning and Management: An Owner’s Guide to Successful Projects
Posted: 01 Jan 2010 04:48 PM PST
iPhone Web Apps are built with Apple’s Dashcode tool and provide the fastest and easiest way to present your content on iPhone. This course introduces the tool and its templates and then explores ways in which you can enhance and customize the basics. A major focus of the course is a multi-level browser that can easily be used to present hundreds or even thousands of data elements (including video and images) using multi-level categories. iPhone Web Apps are uploaded to a Web server and are then available to users: there is no need for Apple to approve them or for users to download them. To begin learning today, simply click on the movie links.
IIntroducing iPhone Web Apps
Looking Inside Dashcode
Using Maps & Geographic Locations
Doing It with a Grid
Posted: 01 Jan 2010 04:51 AM PST
Computer based Training Planet offers comprehensive computer training and blended learning solutions that enable individuals and enterprise organizations alike to receive the training they need efficiently. Dozens of options exist ranging from IT certification boot camps such as the MCITP 2008 boot camp and self-study CBTs to online computer training and onsite training programs. Whether you’re looking for an enterprise training solution or self-study computer training CDs / DVDs you can get the most out of your training dollars when you choose CBT Planet. You’ll find a complete catalog list covering Microsoft Office, IT training, IT certification, and soft skills topics in numerous training formats. For example, if you need Microsoft training, choose from online courses, blended learning formats, computer training videos, CBT, distance learning, and boot camps.
Debian GNU/Linux Client/Server Installations – Disc 1
• Debian GNU/Linux Client Fundamentals – Disc 2
• Debian GNU/Linux Systems Administration & Core Network Services – Disc 3
• Application Services – Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP/Sendmail – Disc 4
• Messaging Applications
Security Implementation Techniques – Disc 5
Posted: 31 Dec 2009 09:58 PM PST
Maya 8 Character Modeling takes a unique approach to modeling as it breaks down character creation using an easy-to-follow formula that makes the learning process less daunting. The author presents an overview of modeling basics and then shows how to block out the body, shape body parts, add details, and create joints and controls using Maya 8. By the time you ve finished the book, you ll have created a figure that is textured, rigged, and ready to be animated. With this book: Understand the building blocks of modeling, including quads, edge loops, normals, UVs, and mapping. Discover how modeling by formula eases the character creation process. Find out how to create a UV layout that makes texturing easier. Learn how to place joints and controls and skin your character so it deforms properly when animated. Companion CD included with the images from the book, Maya files to help build the character, AVI movies that show the modeling process in real time, and Mel scripts for installing a character modeling tool menu that can improve the user s workflow!
Posted: 31 Dec 2009 09:57 PM PST
Do you want the ability to manage documents, photos, and other content over the Web but don’t want to shell out thousands of dollars in proprietary solutions? Want to create an online community for your hobby or user group?
You’re not alone. For thousands of like-minded around the globe, the answer is Joomla!, an open source content management system (CMS) used to manage all sorts of data over the Web.
While Joomla! is relatively easy to install, a fair amount of knowledge is required in order to configure the application to your specific needs. Getting StartED with Joomla! Is an entry developer and user’s guide that gets you started with this popular CMS in little or no time.
What you’ll learn
Who is this book for?
Those interested in learning Joomla for the first time or to those using Drupal and other CMS who want to learn Joomla!
About the Author
Bintu Harwani is a computer programmer and Web developer with several years of experience building content driven Web sites using a variety of Web development technologies including PHP, Ruby, Rails, and more.
Posted: 31 Dec 2009 09:55 PM PST
A “Learning Network” is a community of people who help each other to better understand and handle certain events and concepts in work or life. As a result – and sometimes also as an aim – participating in learning networks stimulates personal development, a better understanding of concepts and events, career development, and employability. “Learning Network Services” are Web services that are designed to facilitate the creation of distributed Learning Networks and to support the participants with various functions for knowledge exchange, social interaction, assessment and competence development in an effective way.
The book presents state-of-the-art insights into the field of Learning Networks and Web-based services which can facilitate all kinds of processes within these networks. The main emphasis of the contributions is to explain what services a Learning Network requires and what the reader should do to design and run Learning Network Services, including guidelines on how to evaluate the effectiveness of these services.
This book is a rich source of information for practitioners and professional developers who want to stimulate learning by professionals through web-based social interaction. Managers of educational institutions and training companies will find many ideas about possible services to offer. At the same time, it is an excellent introduction for other researchers in the field, and for students interested in the learning sciences or technology-enhanced learning.
About the Author
Rob Koper is professor in the field of learning technologies and the Dean of the Centre for Learning Sciences and Technologies (CELSTEC) at the Open University of the Netherlands. Rob has more than 20 years of experience in the field of learning sciences and technologies, and published over 200 publications.
In the past he was responsible for the development of new learning technologies like the Educational Modelling Language (now IMS Learning Design), and methods and technologies to facilitate self-organized learning networks for lifelong learning. His current research is in the area of personal competence development, and he is co-ordinating the Integrated EU project TENCompetence that is building a web-based infrastructure for lifelong competence development.
Posted: 31 Dec 2009 09:51 PM PST
Algorithms and Programming is primarily intended for a first-year undergraduate course in programming. It is structured in a problem-solution format that requires the student to think through the programming process, thus developing an understanding of the underlying theory. Although the author assumes some moderate familiarity with programming constructs, the book is easily readable by a student taking a basic introductory course in computer science. In addition, the more advanced chapters make the book useful for a course at the graduate level in the analysis of algorithms and/or compiler construction.
Posted: 31 Dec 2009 09:49 PM PST
Coalgebraic logic is an important research topic in the areas of concurrency theory, semantics, transition systems and modal logics. It provides a general approach to modeling systems, allowing us to apply important results from coalgebras, universal algebra and category theory in novel ways. Stochastic systems provide important tools for systems modeling, and recent work shows that categorical reasoning may lead to new insights, previously not available in a purely probabilistic setting.
This book combines coalgebraic reasoning, stochastic systems and logics. It provides an insight into the principles of coalgebraic logic from a categorical point of view, and applies these systems to interpretations of stochastic coalgebraic logics, which include well-known modal logics and continuous time branching logics. The author introduces stochastic systems together with their probabilistic and categorical foundations and gives a comprehensive discussion of the Giry monad as the underlying categorical construction, presenting many new, hitherto unpublished results. He discusses modal logics, introduces their probabilistic interpretations, and then proceeds to an analysis of Kripke models for coalgebraic logics.
The book will be of interest to researchers in theoretical computer science, logic and category theory.
Posted: 31 Dec 2009 09:47 PM PST
As if the World Wide Web isn't reason enough to do cartwheels down the street, the globe is now ablaze with the fire of a different flavor: Java – a fresh blend of technologies that bring the Web to life with dazzling animation, pulse-pounding sound, and full-blown interactivity, the likes of which the online community has never seen.
One of the wonderful things about Java is its universal appeal; all Web surfers can add a dash or two of Java to their Web pages, bringing their Web sites to life with little effort. And even if you've never seen Java in action before, you're going to be just fine with Java For Dummies, 3rd Edition at your side. Assuming that you're comfortable using your computer, you're soon likely to find yourself surfing the seas of Java on the World Wide Web, creating your very own Java-powered pages, and hooking up Java applications on your desktop computer.
If you want, you can read this book from front to back. But each part of Java For Dummies, 3rd Edition stands on its own. You’ll uncover information about
Java For Dummies offers everything you need to know to inject your pages and desktop with the appropriate flavor of Java. As icing on the cake (or cream in your coffee, if you prefer), you’ll discover the best places on the Web to satisfy the constant Java cravings you're sure to get. Brace yourself – you stand a good chance of becoming a serious Java addict.
Posted: 31 Dec 2009 09:46 PM PST
From the book's Foreword by Trevor Mole, Managing Director, Property Tectonics; President of the European Association of Building Surveyors and Construction Experts:
'Shu-Ling and Martin have built on their research work and that of others to produce an understandable and readable insight into innovation in small professional service firms. They have successfully unravelled the complex behavioural and organisational forces taking place and created a framework to help practitioners understand the issues and to fashion the right environment in which to foster innovation and deliver economic value.'
Small professional practices in the built environment are crucial to the success and long-term viability of the design, construction and property industries. This research-based book addresses the urgent need to better understand the nature and process of innovation in these important firms.
The authors offer an analysis of both why and how innovation is a key competitive factor for small professional practices in the built environment. As these practices are located in different business environments and behave in different ways to other types of industry firms, the context-specific methodology to design, implement and assess innovation in small professional practices presented in this book will appeal to researchers and practitioners in surveying and design.
Innovation in Small Professional Practices in the Built Environment makes a significant contribution to an underdeveloped area of innovation by offering new theoretical and practical insights and models grounded in results from a 22-month case study of a small professional practice.
Posted: 31 Dec 2009 09:44 PM PST
By their very nature, construction projects can create seemingly endless opportunities for conflict. Written by a best selling author with over 40 years of experiences in the construction and general contracting business, Construction Process Planning and Management provides you with the necessary tools to save time and money on your construction project. In this book, Sid Levy provides valuable advice for avoiding or working through the common problems that are a result of the long-term nature of construction projects, failure to select a ?project delivery system? appropriate to the project, incomplete drawing and specifications, unrealistic scheduling, poor communication and coordination among participants, and inadequate contract administration. From project genesis, through design development to contractor and contract selection, on to construction oversight, punch list and successful project close-out, this book will point out those pitfalls to avoid and offer practical advice at every step along the way.
Administer the general construction process including solicitation of contractor’s qualifications (pre-qualify bidders), comparative analysis of bid packages, recommendation for contract award, contract document negotiation and documentation of job change orders.
Provide Project Planning and on-site management and coordination of all construction projects.
Ensure compliance of building construction rules and regulations and collaborate with chief engineers to monitor quality of construction.
Conduct technical/plan review of construction documents and submit written responses identifying required corrections or changes.
Design, implement and oversee Company standards for construction policies, practices and processes.
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