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Open Source Development With Cvs
Open Source Development With Cvs
Paperback      ISBN: 1932111816
The first edition was one of the first books available on development and implementation of open source software using CVS. The second edition explains how CVS affects the architecture and design of applications and covers strategies, third-party tools, scalability, client access limits, and overall server administration for CVS.
Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Fundamentals of Computing With  C++
Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Fundamentals of Computing With C++
Paperback      ISBN: 0070308683
This powerful study tool is the best tutor you can have if you want top grades and thorough understanding of the fundamentals of computing with C++, the computing language taught at 83% of all colleges. This student-friendly study guide leads you step-by-step through the entire computer science course, giving you 420 problems with fully worked solutions and easy-to-follow examples for every new topic. You get complete explanations of data abstraction, recursion, Standard C++ container classes, searching, sorting algorithms, and other complex concepts, simplified and illustrated so they're easy to grasp. You also get additional practice problems to solve on your own, working at your own speed. This superb study guide covers the entire course, from logic to libraries. If you're taking introduction to computer science, this book will be your best friend. It's perfect for independent study, too!
Oracle CRM on Demand Deployment Guide
Oracle CRM on Demand Deployment Guide
Paperback      ISBN: 0071717633
Explains in detail how to successfully implement Oracle CRM on Demand, providing best practices for real-world examples for designing, configuring, deploying and maintaining the software to meet an organization's sales, marketing, and service needs. Original.
Mastering Dojo: Javascript and Ajax Tools for Great Web Experiences
Mastering Dojo
Javascript and Ajax Tools for Great Web Experiences
Paperback      ISBN: 1934356115
Provides information and code samples to develop Ajax applications using Dojo.
Coding for Parents
Coding for Parents
Paperback      ISBN: 1454925671
Offers a practical guide to elementary and intermediate computer programming intended to give parents enough background to help their children with their coding homework.
Coding HTML & CSS Basics
Coding HTML & CSS Basics
Paperback      ISBN: 1783613920
Coding HTML and CSS is a great practical guide to the basics of HTML and CSS coding. It will help with starting small and medium projects, such as customising your blog or making your own website, and give practical examples of techniques that will aid you. Additionally you will be taken through the steps of adding images and video to your website, along with a troubleshooting guide for any problems that crop up and step-by-step guides to make coding easy.
Professional Windows Live Programming
Professional Windows Live Programming
Paperback      ISBN: 0470110015
Provides information on using Windows Live to design, build, and market Web sites.
Creative Projects With Raspberry Pi: Build Gadgets, Cameras, Tools, Home Automation, Games, and More
Creative Projects With Raspberry Pi
Build Gadgets, Cameras, Tools, Home Automation, Games, and More
Paperback      ISBN: 1419725009
The Raspberry Pi is a little circuit-board computer that was designed to be simple and cheap enough for anyone to use to learn basic programming. With the Pi, both kids and adults can learn basic coding skills and build robots, smart objects, and other intriguing and useful things, from motion-activated cameras to talking toys to weather stations to dog-food dispensers. Creative Projects with Raspberry Pi is a practical and inspiring introduction to making things with Raspberry Pi. It presents 35 projects, carefully selected to give readers an overview of the different kinds of things that the Pi can be made to do. It offers clear instructions, web links that give access to necessary computer code, and photographs and diagrams of each device that display DIY tech inventiveness at its best.
Advanced Programming in the Unix Environment
Advanced Programming in the Unix Environment
2nd Edition    Hardcover      ISBN: 0201433079
Rago (one of the Bell Laboratories developers who built UNIX System V, Release 4) updates the late Stevens' text on programming in the UNIX environment after some 13 years. He has updated the chapters on file input/output (I/O), files and directories, standard I/O library, system data files and information, process environment, process control, process relationships, signals, daemon processes, interprocess communication, network IPC (information processing center), terminal I/O, pseudo terminals, database libraries, and communicating with network printers. Rago has also added chapters on threads, multithreaded programming, and socket interfaces. Interfaces have been brought into line with the 2001 version of the POSIX.1 standard and case studies have been changed to cover more relevant real-world examples, most of which have been tested on the platforms of FreeBSD 5.2.1, the Linux2.4.22 kernel, Solaris 9, and Darwin 7.4.0 (the Free BSD/Mach hybrid underlying Apples Mac OS X 10.3). Annotation ©2005 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
On to C
On to C
Paperback      ISBN: 020158042x
Read this book if you want to add C to your programming-language repertoire. You can use this book to learn the essentials of the language and to prepare for real-world work. You learn the key concepts as features are added to a short, yet representative C program. The final version of the program reads information from a file describing stock trades and predicts the next-day's price using a straight-line extrapolation, thereby reflecting the popularity of C in applications involving data analysis. As you see the program evolve, you learn how to: define functions; benefit from function abstraction; solve ordering problems with function prototypes; process data from files; create structures and objects; use pointer parameters to avoid argument copying; use pointer parameters to alter values; create new structure objects at run time; define constructors, readers, and writers; benefit from data abstraction; use enumerations and type synonyms to improve readability; use unions to capture class distinctions; use bits to record state information; prevent memory leaks; access command-line arguments; organize and compile multiple-file programs; and much more. Special Features: Illustrates each new idea through an improvement to a short, yet complete program. There are no nonsense programs or rapid shifts among unrelated examples; summarizes key points in the form of easily mastered if-then rules; emphasizes the virtues of function abstraction and data abstraction; and helps you to start a personal library of general-purpose, templatelike patterns.