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Author : Gregory Satir
ISBN : 156592116X
Genre : Computers
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A primer for C programmers transitioning to C++ and designed to get users up to speed quickly, this book tells users just what they need to learn first. Covering a subset of the features of C++, the user can actually use this subset to get familiar with the basics of the language. The book includes sidebars that give overviews of advanced features not covered.

Managing Ip Networks With Cisco Routers

Author : Scott Ballew
ISBN : 1565923200
Genre : Computers
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The basics of IP networking. Network design part 1 & 2. Selecting network equipment. Routing protocol selection. Routing protocol configuration. The non-technical side of network management. The technical side of network management. Connecting to the outside world. Network security.

Lotus Domino Administration In A Nutshell

Author : Greg Neilson
ISBN : 1565927176
Genre : Computers
File Size : 69. 1 MB
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A guide to Domino R5 covers database properties, access control, monitoring, configuring, server tasks, and Domino architecture, while explaining how to centrally modify client configuration and interact with varied browser and non-Notes clients.

Writing Word Macros

Author : Steven Roman
ISBN : 1565927257
Genre : Computers
File Size : 50. 70 MB
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Illustrates how to take advantage of using VBA in Word, with a no-nonsense introduction to Word Macros and VBA programming for power users and aspiring beginners.

Uml In A Nutshell

Author : Sinan Si Alhir
ISBN : 1565924487
Genre : Computers
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Modeling languages have been used by system developers for decades to specify, visualize, construct, and document systems; rough sketches using stick figures and arrows and scribbled routing conditions go back still further. But the Unified Modeling Language (UML), for the first time in the history of systems engineering, gives practitioners a common language that applies to a multitude of different systems, domains, and methods or processes. It does not guarantee project success, but enables you to communicate solutions in a consistent, standardized, and tool-supported language. All indications suggest that the industry is rushing to the UML. Created by leading software engineering experts Grady Booch, James Rumbaugh, and Ivar Jacobson (now of Rational Software Corporation), and accepted as a standard by the Object Management Group (OMG) in 1997, the language has already achieved more success than any previous contenders. With a firm conceptual and pragmatic basis, it is well suited to supporting projects in modern languages like C++ and Java. And standardization lays the groundwork for tools as well as standard methods or processes. This book presents the UML, including its extension mechanisms and the Object Constraint Language (OCL), in a clear reference format. For those new to the language, a tutorial quickly brings you to the point where you can use the UML. The book is concise and precise, breaking down the information along clean lines and explaining each element of the language. Introductory chapters also convey the purpose of the UML and show its value to projects and as a means for communication. Topics include: The role of the UML in projects The object-oriented paradigm and its relation to the UML Tutorial with realistic examples An integrated approach to UML diagrams Class and Object, Use Case, Sequence, Collaboration, Statechart, Activity, Component, and Deployment Diagrams Extension Mechanisms The Object Constraint Language (OCL)

Enterprise Javabeans

Author : Richard Monson-Haefel
ISBN : 1565926056
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A guide to the technology for server-side application development covers developing entities and sessions, deploying Beans in an EJB server, using the client-side API, Bean-managed persistence, and transaction control


Author : Carolyn P. Meinel
ISBN : UCSD:31822032495889
Genre : Computer crimes
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Despite the book's frankly sensational title, Meinel does not condone destructive hacking, but has produced this book for mainstream computer programmers to use as a tool to prevent unwanted entry into their systems. This does not preclude her use of the creative, informal writing style replete with personal anecdotes, in this instance, the many and varied instances of hacking experienced by the Happy Hacker group to which she belongs. c. Book News Inc.

Learning Perl Tk

Author : Nancy Walsh
ISBN : 1565923146
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An illustrated tutorial shows how to use Perl/Tk to build graphical, event-driven applications for both Windows and UNIX and teaches how to implement and configure each Perl/Tk graphical element. Original. (Intermediate).

Python In A Nutshell

Author : Alex Martelli
ISBN : 0596001886
Genre : Computers
File Size : 27. 89 MB
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Demonstrates the programming language's strength as a Web development tool, covering syntax, data types, built-ins, the Python standard module library, and real world examples.

Web Navigation

Author : Jennifer Fleming
ISBN : 1565923510
Genre : Computers
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Web Navigation: Designing the User Experienceoffers the first in depth look at designing web site navigation. Author Jennifer Fleming offers design strategies to help you uncover solutions that work for your site and audience. Acclaimed Web design author Lynda Weinman says in the foreword to this book: "Kudos to Fleming for her excellent research, approachable tone and generosity of information. If you're looking for help in giving your site's visitors a more positive experience than they get today, this book is an excellent place to start. It provides ideas and direction, not preachy rules that apply to someone else's site." The first half of the book suggests goals and processes for developing workable navigation schemes. Topics include: Basic concepts in navigation Traits of navigation that work User testing and user-centered design Site architecture Interface and interaction design The second half ofWeb Navigationfocuses on designing by purpose, with chapters on entertainment, shopping, identity, learning, information, and community sites. Through case studies and interviews, each section explains common navigation problems and presents real world solutions and advice. Designer interviews feature conversations with industry leaders such as Clement Mok, Jakob Nielsen, and Nathan Shedroff. Case studies include sites such as FAO Schwarz, National Geographic, and IBM. The accompanying CD-ROM is more than just a handy drink coaster. It serves as a launchpad to the sites mentioned in the text, and also offers software demos and a "netography" of related Web resources. "The Web needs more books like this if it to evolve to the next level," Weinman writes. "I believe this book can help you make your site a better place, regardless of whether your purpose is community-building, commerce, education, entertainment, information, or hobby. It's written is such an enjoyable, conversational tone that you may have trouble putting it down; I certainly did. I wholeheartedly recommend it for all Web publishers."

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