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30 Oct: Silverlight 3 Programmer's Reference (Wrox)
Packed with examples that both educate and inspire, this book guides you through the languages, tools, and techniques that are used to build applications on the Silverlight 3 platform. It imparts a thorough understanding of how Silverlight applications are architected, developed, and designed.
Oct 29: Programming F# (O'Reilly)
Discover the many advantages of Microsoft's new language, which includes access to all the great tools and libraries of the .NET platform. Learn how to reap the benefits of functional programming - whether it's for quantitative computing, large-scale data exploration, or even a pursuit of your own. Chris Smith gives you a head start on both the fundamentals and the advanced concepts of the F# language.
28 Oct: Mastering Digital Panoramic Photography (Rocky Nook)
Skillfully executed, panoramic photography can realize scenes which could otherwise never be captured in an image or seen with the naked eye. Harald Woeste goes from the basics of capturing panoramas, to editing, and printing panoramic images, providing a detailed description of the equipment, materials and software tools that can be used.
27 Oct: C, 6th Edition (Prentice Hall)
The Deitels' How to Program series offers breadth and depth of programming concepts and intermediate-level topics for further study. Includes strong treatment of structured algorithm and program development in ANSI/ISO C with 150 working C programs. New chapters added for C99 and game programming with the Allegro C Library.
26 Oct: The Art of SEO (O'Reilly)
A well-designed, easy-to-navigate website is useless if no one can find it. If you are going to succeed in the web economy, optimizing your site for search engine visibility is essential. Four experts in the field of search engine optimization (SEO) provide guidelines and cutting-edge techniques for planning and executing a comprehensive SEO strategy.
22 Oct: CompTIA A+ Certification All-in-one for Dummies (Wiley)
Updated second edition covering everything you need to earn the entry–level certification for IT professionals. It consists of nine minibooks covering each area of the A+ exams which test knowledge of hardware and operating system and serve as a reference after the test–taking is completed. Includes plenty of sample test questions to get you prepared.
21 Oct: ASP.NET 3.5 Website Programming (Wrox)
Chris Love uses the Problem - Design - Solution format to help readers, especially those who know how to code specific ASP.NET features, "put it all together" into a complete Web application. It emphasizes n-tier ASP.NET Web application architectural design, something intermediate and advanced ASP.NET developers need and can't find anywhere else.
20 Oct: Building Social Web Applications (O'Reilly)
Gavin Bell provides practical solutions to the tough questions you'll face when building an effective community site. Whether you're creating a new site from scratch or reworking an existing site he helps you choose the tools appropriate for your audience so you can build an infrastructure that will promote interaction and help the community coalesce. <ASIN:0596518757>
19 Oct: The Book of Xen (No Starch Press)
Authors Chris Takemura and Luke S. Crawford begin with a high-level overview of Xen and then delve into the advanced details, like installation, networking, memory management, and virtualized storage. They also explain how to use Xen and standard Linux tools to take snapshot backups, perform QoS operations on network traffic, and limit over-aggressive disk users.