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SharePoint 2010 at Work: Tricks, Traps, and Bold Opinions

by Mark Miller, Kerri Abraham & Laura Rogers

If you work with SharePoint, you may have discovered that there are countless tricks for using this platform to solve real-world problems—and you certainly wouldn’t mind learning some of them. That’s the...


PayPal APIs: Up and Running

by Matthew A. Russell

If your web application’s success depends on how quickly and easily users can make transactions, PayPal APIs provide effective solutions you can’t afford to overlook. This concise book takes you hands-on...


APIs: A Strategy Guide

by Daniel Jacobson, Greg Brail & Dan Woods

Programmers used to be the only people excited about APIs, but now a growing number of companies see them as a hot new product channel. This concise guide describes the tremendous business potential of APIs,...


PDF Explained

by John Whitington

At last, here’s an approachable introduction to the widely used Portable Document Format. PDFs are everywhere, both online and in printed form, but few people take advantage of the useful features or grasp...


Programming Interactivity

by Joshua Noble

Ready to create rich interactive experiences with your artwork, designs, or prototypes? This is the ideal place to start. With this hands-on guide, you’ll explore several themes in interactive art and design—including...


Safe C++: How to avoid common mistakes

by Vladimir Kushnir

It’s easy to make lots of programming mistakes in C++—in fact, any program over a few hundred lines is likely to contain bugs. With this book, you’ll learn about many common coding errors that C++ programmers...


Designing Mobile Interfaces

by Steven Hoober & Eric Berkman

With hundreds of thousands of mobile applications available today, your app has to capture users immediately. This book provides practical techniques to help you catch—and keep—their attention. You’ll...


Galaxy S II: The Missing Manual

by Preston Gralla

Unlock the potential of Samsung's Galaxy S II with this jargon-free guide from technology guru Preston Gralla. You’ll quickly learn how to shoot high-res photos and HD video, keep your schedule, stay in touch,...


Arduino Cookbook

by Michael Margolis

Want to create devices that interact with the physical world? This cookbook is perfect for anyone who wants to experiment with the popular Arduino microcontroller and programming environment. You’ll find more...


iOS 5 Programming Cookbook: Solutions & Examples for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch Apps

by Vandad Nahavandipoor

Now you can overcome the vexing, real-life issues you confront when creating apps for the iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. By making use of more than 100 new recipes in this updated cookbook, you’ll quickly learn...


Machine Learning for Email: Spam Filtering and Priority Inbox

by Drew Conway & John Myles White

If you’re an experienced programmer willing to crunch data, this concise guide will show you how to use machine learning to work with email. You’ll learn how to write algorithms that automatically sort and...


Building Web Applications with Erlang: Working with REST and Web Sockets on Yaws

by Zachary Kessin

Why choose Erlang for web applications? Discover the answer hands-on by building a simple web service with this book. If you’re an experienced web developer who knows basic Erlang, you’ll learn how to work...


Making Embedded Systems: Design Patterns for Great Software

by Elecia White

Interested in developing embedded systems? Since they don’t tolerate inefficiency, these systems require a disciplined approach to programming. This easy-to-read guide helps you cultivate a host of good development...


Python and AWS Cookbook

by Mitch Garnaat

If you intend to use Amazon Web Services (AWS) for remote computing and storage, Python is an ideal programming language for developing applications and controlling your cloud-based infrastructure. This cookbook...


Parallel R

by Q. Ethan McCallum & Stephen Weston

It’s tough to argue with R as a high-quality, cross-platform, open source statistical software product—unless you’re in the business of crunching Big Data. This concise book introduces you to several strategies...


QuickBooks 2012: The Missing Manual

by Bonnie Biafore

Your bookkeeping workflow will be smoother and faster with QuickBooks 2012 for Windows—but only if you spend more time using the program than figuring out how it works. This book puts you in control: you get...


REST API Design Rulebook

by Mark Masse

In today’s market, where rival web services compete for attention, a well-designed REST API is a must-have feature. This concise book presents a set of API design rules, drawn primarily from best practices...


SQL and Relational Theory: How to Write Accurate SQL Code

by C. J. Date

SQL is full of difficulties and traps for the unwary. You can avoid them if you understand relational theory, but only if you know how to put the theory into practice. In this insightful book, author C.J. Date...


Macruby: The Definitive Guide: Ruby and Cocoa on OS X

by Matt Aimonetti

Want to build native Mac OS X applications with a sleek, developer-friendly alternative to Objective-C? MacRuby is an ideal choice. This in-depth guide shows you how Apple’s implementation of Ruby gives you...


802.11 Wireless Networks: The Definitive Guide: The Definitive Guide

by Matthew Gast

As we all know by now, wireless networks offer many advantages over fixed (or wired) networks. Foremost on that list is mobility, since going wireless frees you from the tether of an Ethernet cable at a desk....