Book Watch Archive
Book Watch Archive
Using Linkedin (Que)
Monday, 21 February 2011

Discover how to take advantage of the many facets ofLinkedIn, the social networking site for professionals. Don't just read about it. See it and hear it with the step-by-step video tutorials and audio sidebars that are an integral part of every title in Que's Using series.


JavaScript 24-Hour Trainer (Wrox)
Friday, 18 February 2011
Book–and–DVD package shows you how to use JavaScript to make web pages more dynamic and interactive so that you can create a first–rate user experience. Assuming little or no previous programming experience, the self–paced lessons guide you through the fundamentals of programming with the JavaScript language and gradually build upon the basics.


Stunning CSS3 (New Riders)
Thursday, 17 February 2011

Subtitled "A Project-Based Guide to the Latest in CSS", each chapter walks you through standalone exercises that you can integrate into projects you're working on, or use as inspiration. Covers all of the most popular, useful, and well-supported CSS3 techniques and how to ensure usability, accessibility, and efficiency.


Canvas Pocket Reference: Scripted Graphics for HTML5 (O'Reilly)
Wednesday, 16 February 2011

Puts all Canvas features into one convenient place along with a brief tutorial. Shows how to draw lines, polygons, and curves, apply colors, patterns, gradients, and patterns and work with text in a graphic environment. Also reveals how to  query game graphics to determine which component is where.


Game Physics Engine Development (Morgan Kaufmann)
Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Goes through building a complete game-ready physics engine from scratch. The Cyclone game engine was written specifically for this book and has been utilized in iPhone application development and Adobe Flash projects. This 2nd edition includes new/revised material on collision detection, 2D physics and casual game physics for Flash games.


Developer's Guide to Microsoft Enterprise Library 5, Visual Basic Edition (Microsoft Press)
Monday, 14 February 2011
This book on Patterns and Practices helps you to quickly grasp what Enterprise Library can do for you, presents examples, and makes it easier for you to start experimenting with Enterprise Library. Enterprise Library is made up of a series of application blocks, each aimed at managing specific cross-cutting concerns.


The Official Joomla! Book (Addison Wesley)
Friday, 11 February 2011

For newcomers to Joomla!, shows how to quickly create usable, effective sites. If you're an experienced Joomla! user, discover how to make your sites more flexible, feature-rich, visually attractive, and useful. Includes in-depth interviews with twelve Joomla community members.


Pro Dynamic .NET 4.0 Applications (Apress)
Thursday, 10 February 2011

Subtitled "Data-Driven Programming for the .NET Framework" explains how to give users the power to create additional data-entry fields, validation logic, and new reports without assistance from the application developer. You will learn how to do this for both desktop (C# and WPF) and web (ASP) applications.


The Facebook Marketing Book, 2nd Ed (O'Reilly)
Wednesday, 09 February 2011

How can you take advantage of Facebook to promote brands, products, and services? This book presents tactics that you can use to build your brand and engage prospective customers. Introduces the tools and features that will help marketing and PR professionals, web developers and entrepreneurs to reach specific audiences through this popular networking site.


Hadoop in Action (Manning)
Tuesday, 08 February 2011

Begins by making the basic idea of Hadoop and MapReduce easier to grasp by applying the default Hadoop installation to a few easy-to-follow tasks.Continues through the basic concepts of MapReduce applications developed using Hadoop, including a close look at framework components, a variety of data analysis tasks, and numerous examples of Hadoop in action.



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