C/C++ - Java / [2] - Flash - Windows - Server-Side Scripting - Client-Side Scripting - .NET / [2] - XML- Misc

Title Publisher Author

Red Hat Unleashed

Sams Kamran Husain, Timothy, Phd Parker, Tim Parker

Programmers, users, and system administrators will find this a must have book for operating the Linux environment. Everything from installation and configuration to advanced programming and administration techniques is covered in this valuable reference. - Teaches editing, typesetting, and more


Special Edition Using VRML

Que Stephen and Bernie


Special Edition Using HTML 4

Que Molly E. Holzschlag

Special Edition Using HTML 4 clearly defines the HTML language in its present form. By honing in on the daily realities of site design needs, the superfluous elements of the language are set aside, and real-world solutions are provided in a clear and concise fashion. You will learn which tools are best, how to code HTML, and the basic principles of Web publishing and graphic design. You will also learn how to take your sites into the next millennium with highly interactive and competitive technologies, including secure transactions, databases, audio and video, and practical programming techniques


Teach Yourself Photoshop in 14 Days

Sams Bront Davis, Carla Rose, Steve Mulder, Steven Mulder

The bare essentials presented for beginners who want to learn Photoshop quickly, and who don't mind poor-quality b&w graphics (luckily color versions of the practice images are included on the CD). Chapters cover filters and plug-ins, the intricacies of image acquisition and correction, professional imaging techniques, incorporating text into designs, using selection tools, and layers and paths


Teach Yourself Borland Delphi 4 in 21 Days

Sams Kent Reisdorph


Using Visual Basic 6

Que Bob Reselman

Using Visual Basic 6 is broken into four sections. Part One is Visual basic and its Integrated Development Environment. Part Two takes you through the concepts and practices that are applicable not only to Visual basic programming, but other programming environments as well. Part Three teaches programming tools and techniques. Part Four introduces the advanced features including database programming, ActiveX controls, and objects oriented programming


Special Edition Using Microsoft® Visual Studio for Enterprise Development

Que Don Benage

Shows software developers how to use the Microsoft development tool suite (i.e., Visual Basic 5.0, Visual C++ 5.0, Visual InterDev, Visual J++, and Visual FoxPro) to create applications for client/server and Internet-enabled enterprise environments. Provides advice for developers working in a Microsoft BackOffice environment with Windows NT Server, Internet Information Server, SQL Server, and Microsoft Transaction Server. Coverage includes debugging multi-language applications; implementing interactive databases, and Web commerce.


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