Technical Blogging: Turn Your Expertise into a Remarkable Online Presence
Technical Blogging is the first book to specifically teach programmers, technical people, and technically-oriented entrepreneurs how to become successful bloggers. There is no magic to successful blogging; with this book you'll learn the techniques to attract and keep a large audience of loyal, regular readers and leverage this...
Oracle Solaris 11: First Look
A sneak peek at all the important new features and functionality of Oracle Solaris 11
Master the new installation methods.
Learn about advanced network configuration.
Oracle Solaris provides innovative, built-in features that deliver...
Test iOS Apps with UI Automation: Bug Hunting Made Easy
If you're an iOS developer or QA professional tapping through an app to reproduce bugs or performance issues you thought were solved two releases ago, then this is your book. Learn how to script the user interface, assert correct behavior, stub external dependencies, reproduce performance problems, organize test code for the long haul,...
Computer Sciences: Macmillan Science Library
The science of computing has come a long way since the late 1930s, when
John Vincent Atanasoff and Clifford Berry began work on the first electronic
digital computer. One marvels to see how the science has advanced
from the days of Charles Babbage, who developed the Difference Engine
in the 1820s, and, later proposed the... Introduction to Clustering Large and High-Dimensional Data "...this book may serve as a useful reference for scientists and engineers who need to understand the concepts of clustering in general and/or to focus on text mining applications. It is also appropriate for students who are attending a course in pattern recognition, data mining, or classification and are interested in learning more about...
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