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The ActionScript 3.0 Quick Reference Guide: For Developers and Designers Using Flash: For Developers and Designers Using Flash CS4 Professional

by David Stiller, Rich Shupe & Jen deHaan

"No matter what your background, the pages that follow will provide you with some excellent knowledge, insight, and even a little bit of wisdom in the realm of Flash and ActionScript. Happy learning!"-- Branden...


MediaWiki

by Daniel J. Barrett

"A good book! It's a nice overview of wiki editing and administration, with pointers to handy extensions and further online documentation."-Brion Vibber, Chief Technical Officer, Wikimedia Foundation

"This book...


JRuby Cookbook

by Justin Edelson & Henry Liu

If you're interested in JRuby, you probably don't need a turorial on Ruby, Rails, or Java -- you just need to know how to get things done. This Cookbook offers practical solutions for using the Java implementation...


QuickBooks 2009: The Missing Manual

by Bonnie Biafore

QuickBooks 2009 has impressive features, like financial and tax reporting, invoicing, payroll, time and mileage tracking, and online banking. So how do you avoid spending more time learning the software than...


Facebook Cookbook: Building Applications to Grow Your Facebook Empire

by Jay Goldman

Want to build Facebook applications that truly stand out among the thousands already available? In addition to providing easy-to-follow recipes that offer practical ways to design and build scalable applications...


Enterprise Rails

by Dan Chak

What does it take to develop an enterprise application with Rails? Enterprise Rails introduces several time-tested software engineering principles to prepare you for the challenge of building a high-performance,...


Programming WCF Services

by Juval Lowy

Programming WCF Services is the authoritative, bestselling introduction to Microsoft's unified platform for developing service-oriented applications (SOA) on Windows. Hailed as the most definitive treatment...


Learning OpenCV: Computer Vision with the OpenCV Library

by Gary Bradski & Adrian Kaehler

"This library is useful for practitioners, and is an excellent tool for those entering the field: it is a set of computer vision algorithms that work as advertised."-William T. Freeman, Computer Science and...


Web Security Testing Cookbook: Systematic Techniques to Find Problems Fast

by Paco Hope & Ben Walther

Among the tests you perform on web applications, security testing is perhaps the most important, yet it's often the most neglected. The recipes in the Web Security Testing Cookbook demonstrate how developers...


Windows Vista: The Missing Manual

by David Pogue

Windows Vista is Microsoft's most important software release in more than a decade. It offers users an abundance of new and upgraded features that were more than five years in the making: a gorgeous, glass-like...


Spam Kings, Hardcover Edition: The Real Story Behind the High-Rolling Hucksters Pushing Porn, Pills, and %*@)# Enlargements

by Brian S McWilliams

More than sixty percent of today's email traffic is spam, according to email filtering firm Brightmail. This year alone, five trillion spam messages will clog Internet users in-boxes, costing society an estimated...


The Cathedral & the Bazaar: Musings on Linux and Open Source by an Accidental Revolutionary

by Eric S. Raymond

Open source provides the competitive advantage in the Internet Age. According to the August Forrester Report, 56 percent of IT managers interviewed at Global 2,500 companies are already using some type of open...


Digital Identity

by Phillip J. Windley

The rise of network-based, automated services in the past decade has definitely changed the way businesses operate, but not always for the better. Offering services, conducting transactions and moving data on...


Subject To Change: Creating Great Products & Services for an Uncertain World: Adaptive Path on Design

by Peter Merholz, Todd Wilkens & Brandon Schauer

To achieve success in today's ever-changing and unpredictable markets, competitive businesses need to rethink and reframe their strategies across the board. Instead of approaching new product development from...


Painting the Web

by Shelley Powers

Do you think that only professionals with expensive tools and years of experience can work with web graphics? This guide tosses that notion into the trash bin.

Painting the Web is the first comprehensive book...


Open Sources: Voices from the Open Source Revolution

by Chris DiBona & Sam Ockman

Freely available source code, with contributions from thousands of programmers around the world: this is the spirit of the software revolution known as Open Source. Open Source has grabbed the computer industry's...


Open Sources 2.0: The Continuing Evolution

by Chris DiBona, Mark Stone & Danese Cooper

Open Sources 2.0 is a collection of insightful and thought-provoking essays from today's technology leaders that continues painting the evolutionary picture that developed in the 1999 book Open Sources: Voices...


Wikipedia Reader's Guide: The Missing Manual: The Missing Manual

by John Broughton

You don't have to understand how to edit Wikipedia in order to find the information you need and join the conversation. This booklet gives you just what you need to know in friendly, concise form so you can...


Smart Home Hacks: Tips & Tools for Automating Your House

by Gordon Meyer

So much of what is commonplace today was once considered impossible, or at least wishful thinking. Laser beams in the operating room, cars with built-in guidance systems, cell phones with email access. There's...


Security and Usability: Designing Secure Systems That People Can Use

by Lorrie Faith Cranor & Simson Garfinkel

Human factors and usability issues have traditionally played a limited role in security research and secure systems development. Security experts have largely ignored usability issues--both because they often...