• A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS USING JAVA

    This handbook of data structures and algorithms is designed as a comprehensive resource for computer science students and practitioners. The book is, quite literally, the product of a marriage of theory and practice. As an alternative to the survey approach taken by traditional data structures and algorithms text books, this book builds on a theoretical foundation to offer a top-down application centered approach and a systematic treatment of data structure design and therpractical implementation.

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  • Getting_StartED_with_Dojo.rar

    JavaScript can seem like an unwieldy mass feeding off today’s modern websites. However, despite its apparent complexity, nestled snug against the Document Object Model (DOM), JavaScript can be a tremendous tool in your everyday web development toolkit for adding rich interactivity, animations, and advanced functionality to your websites, compelling your users to come back for more. But how do you master the skills necessary to achieve these results? Getting StartED with Dojo is your first step in that direction.

    2010-04-02
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  • Flex.on.Java.rar

    Part 1: Getting started 1. Some Flex with your Java 2. Beginning with Java 3. Getting Rich with Flex 4. Connecting to Web Services Part 2: Strengthening the backend 5. BlazeDS remoting and logging 6. Flex messenging Part 3: Going above and beyond 7. Securing and personalizing your application 8. Charting with DeGrafa 9. Desktop 2.0 with Adobe AIR 10. Testing your Flex app with FlexUnit 11. Flex on Grails

    2010-03-31
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  • Getting StartED with CSS

    This book is aimed at anyone involved in building websites using HTML (or XHTML). It assumes no prior knowledge of CSS, but I do expect you to understand the basics of HTML and web page construction. After the first couple of chapters, the book moves at a fairly rapid pace, so this book should also appeal to readers who have dabbled with CSS, but still haven’t quite “got it.” If you already know some CSS, I strongly urge you not to skip the early chapters, because I try to steer you away from overreliance on CSS classes and other bad habits.

    2010-03-30
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  • Expert.PHP.and.MySQL.rar

    This book will give you the tools that you need to write mission critical applications with PHP and MySQL — including high-traffi c ones. The hope is that you can use some of the skills covered in this book to create your own open source projects and eventually contribute to the PHP and MySQL communities. Or perhaps you just use this book to help you create the next PHP and MySQL pow- ered success story

    2010-03-26
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  • business.presentations.rar

    Business Presentations is suitable for anyone who needs to give presentations in the business world, and for students in adult education classes, schools, colleges and universities.

    2010-03-26
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  • Learn.BlackBerry.Games.Development.rar

    This book will give you the information you need from the basic concepts to the pro level tips to create professional games for BlackBerry smartphones. Rather than doing a survey of the BlackBerry API and listing the features, Andrew and I have started from game ideas. We explain the theory and practice of BlackBerry development as you encounter it in real projects and applications. All you need is a basic knowledge of Java programming, and this book will show you how to turn your ideas into games and sell them on BlackBerry App World (Figure 1-1) and beyond!

    2010-03-25
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  • BlackBerry.for.Work.Productivity.for.Professionals.rar

    Setting out to write my first technical book, I was skeptical of my ability to reach out to you in the simplest manner possible. With the backing of experienced editors and a co-author like I have had, I feel I have achieved that and more. We have tackled the subject to give you a basic understanding and clarity, thus reducing the factors that leave a novice lost. In this book, you will find many tips that will help enhance the BlackBerry experience considerably, and that is something which is always welcome now, isn’t it?

    2010-03-25
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  • Building_Web_Reputation_Systems.rar

    Reputation systems impact your life every day, even when you don’t realize it. You need reputation to get through life efficiently, because reputation helps you make sound judgments in the absence of any better information. Reputation is even more important on the Web, which has trillions of pages to sort through—each one competing for your attention. Without reputation systems for things like search rankings, ratings and reviews, and spam filters, the Web would have become unusable years ago.

    2010-03-18
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  • Advanced Programming.in.the.UNIX.Environment.2nd.Edition.Jun.2005.eBook-BBL.chm

    When the editors at Addison-Wesley told me that they wanted to update Rich's book, I thought that there wouldn't be too much to change. Even after 13 years, Rich's work still holds up well. But the UNIX industry is vastly different today from what it was when the book was first published.

    2010-03-18
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