Book Watch Archive
Pragmatic Guide to JavaScript (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
Monday, 06 December 2010

Task-oriented two-page spreasds with code snippets give you fundamental,  handy techniques, and insider best practices. If you're reasonably comfortable programming in any widely known language, it will help you to jump into JavaScript quickly.

<ASIN:1934356670>

 
Data Analysis with Open Source Tools (O'Reilly)
Friday, 03 December 2010

Teaches you how to think about data: how to effectively approach data analysis problems, and how to extract all of the available information from your data. Covers univariate data, data in multiple dimensions, time series data, graphical techniques, data mining, machine learning, and many other topics.

<ASIN:0596802358>
 
App Savvy (O'Reilly)
Thursday, 02 December 2010

Practical reference shows you how to engage customers early and often, so you can get their input for creating an app they'll be passionate about. Whether you're a designer, developer, entrepreneur, or someone who simply has a great idea for an app. it explains every step with guidelines for making your app unique.

<ASIN:1449389767>

 
Windows Phone 7 Plain and Simple (Microsoft Press)
Wednesday, 01 December 2010

In full color, shows  the quickest ways to set up and use your new phone with easy-to-follow steps, screenshots and straightforward language. From setting up the phone, making calls, sending texts and emails and sharing photo and videos, to searching and browsing the Web, editing Microsoft Office documents and managing appointments. 

<ASIN:0735643423>

 
Moving Applications to the Cloud on the Microsoft Azure Platform (Microsoft Press)
Tuesday, 30 November 2010

By moving applications to the cloud, you're giving up some control and autonomy, but you're also going to benefit from reduced costs, increased flexibility, and scalable computation and storage. This Windows Azure Architecture Guide shows you how to do this.

<ASIN:0735649677>

 
The CSS Pocket Guide (Peachpit Press)
Monday, 29 November 2010

CSS is a language for describing the presentation of elements in a document marked up in HTML. It enables you to rapidly create Web designs that can be shared by multiple pages, accelerates development time, and is the essential tool for building standards-compliant sites. This concise introduction to CSS3 and serves as a handy reference. It covers core concepts, how to format text with CSS and to apply its style rules to markup.

<ASIN:0321732278>

 
The Essential Guide To HTML5 (Friends of ED)
Friday, 26 November 2010

Subtitled Using Games To Learn HTML5 And JavaScript this book begins at an introductory level, teaching the essentials of HTML5 and JavaScript through game development. Each chapter features a familiar game type as its core example, such as hangman, rock-paper-scissors, or dice games, and uses these simple constructs to build a solid skillset of the key HTML5 concepts and features.

<ASIN:1430233834>
 
Crackberry: The Tales of BlackBerry Use and Abuse (Apress)
Thursday, 25 November 2010

Covers "BlackBerry Addiction" with true-life accounts of dependence and mishaps. You'll find comfort and humor in the unbelievable tales of BlackBerry abuse and also learn some valuable information. As the definitive guide to responsible BlackBerry use it shows how to get the most out of your BlackBerry device and provides etiquette guidelines.

<ASIN:1430231807>

 
PowerPivot for the Data Analyst (Que)
Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Shows exactly how to use PowerPivot, an add-in to Excel 2010 for more effective business decision-making. Using concrete examples and real-life scenarios, walks through setting up PowerPivot and integrating multiple data sources; creating and sharing dynamic dashboards; slicing and dicing to perform fast, interactive, ad hoc analyses.

<ASIN:0789743159>

 
Making Software (O'Reilly)
Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Subtitled What Really Works, and Why We Believe It this collection of essays from leading thinkers such as Steve McConnell, Barry Boehm, and Barbara Kitchenham uncover the truth and unmask myths commonly held among the software development community. Do different programming languages really make people more productive? Why do some people find it so hard to learn how to program?

<ASIN:0596808321>

 
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