Book Watch Archive
vi and Vim Editors Pocket Reference (O'Reilly)
Friday, 01 April 2011

vi and Vim are immensely powerful tools for working with Unix, Linux, or Mac OS X, but there are far too many commands to remember. This pocket reference has the most important and valuable commands for vi, Vim, and their main clones -- vile, elvis, and nvi. Fully updated and with greatly expanded Vim coverage, this 2nd edition has essential information in a format that makes browsing easy.

<ASIN:1449392172>

 
Joomla! 1.6: A User's Guide (Prentice-Hall)
Thursday, 31 March 2011

Subtitled, "Building a Successful Joomla! Powered Website" this third edition has example-rich reference content for Joomla! 1.6. It starts with the simplest design and system concepts and proceeds step-by-step to let you  master Joomla even if you have no content management, scripting, or CSS expertise.

<ASIN:0132487063>

 
Software Testing Foundations (Rocky Nook )
Wednesday, 30 March 2011

From authors who are among the founders of the Certified Tester Syllabus, this revised and updated 3rd Edition is designed for self-study and provides the knowledge required to pass the Certified Tester: Foundations Level exam as defined by the ISTQB. Technical terms have been stated more precisely according to the revised and uptated ISTQB glossary.

<ASIN:1933952784>

 
Droid 2: The Missing Manual (O'Reilly)
Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Provides a guided tour of every feature, from setup to troubleshooting, with lots of tips and tricks along the way. You'll learn how to use the calling and texting features, take and share photos, enjoy streaming music and video, get turn-by-turn directions, and more. Whether you need the basics or want to learn power user maneuvers like tethering this is intended the only resource you need for this device.

<ASIN:144930169X>
 
Ext JS in Action (Manning)
Monday, 28 March 2011

Teaches about Ext JS, the cross-browser JavaScript library for building RIAs from the ground up. Guides you through the Ext component model and layouts covering core components, such as the Container class, Ext utility classes, AJAX, Observable (the Ext events model), DOM helpers and Function Helpers and JSON. 

<ASIN:1935182110>

 


 
Building a WordPress Blog People Want to Read (Peachpit Press)
Friday, 25 March 2011

To create a blog people want to read takes thought, planning, and some effort. From picking a theme and using tags to choosing widgets and building a community, creating your blog really starts after you’ve set it up. This book is written by Scott McNulty who has been blogging for over 10 years with WordPress and other engines. 

<ASIN:032174957X>

 
SharePoint 2010 Workflows in Action (Manning)
Thursday, 24 March 2011

Goes from SharePoint workflow fundamentals all the way to very advanced topics. Covers out of box workflows, building custom workflows with SharePoint Designer 2010, Office Visio 2010, and Visual Studio 2010, building forms with InfoPath 2010, building custom task processes, building custom activities and conditions, and how to leverage external data sources in your workflows via Business Connectivity Services.

<ASIN:1935182714>


 
Create A Successful Website (Lean Marketing Press)
Wednesday, 23 March 2011

Subtitled "Easy Do It Yourself Steps To Online Success" this book is for anyone who wishes to put up a website, from a student profile or simple hobby site to a full throttle online business. Using screen shots, text and illustrations it attempts to make it easy for anyone to learn how to build a web presence and what pitfalls to watch out for.

<ASIN:1907498354>

 
Ruby on Rails 3 Tutorial LiveLessons Bundle ( Addison Wesley)
Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Subtitled "Learn Rails by Example" teaches Rails 3 by guiding you through the development of a complete sample application using the latest techniques.  Also includes integrated tutorials for the Ruby, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and SQL skills needed for developing web applications. Bundled with more than 18 hours of video instruction. 

<ASIN: 0132492547>

 
C# 4.0 Unleashed (Sams)
Monday, 21 March 2011

Goes into how things work while not being a clone of the formal language specification. Concise anecdotes with concrete samples illustrate how language features behave and point out possible caveats in using them. Provides a gentle introduction to the wide landscape of the .NET platform covering new technologies such as cloud computing, modeling, and parallel programming.

<ASIN:0672330792>

 
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