For those of you who don’t know, Safari Books Online is a digital library providing on-demand, subscription access to thousands of learning resources including books, videos, code snippets and practice exams. Our combination of vetted content and platform tools enables our users to quickly find, organize, manage, share and use information from the world’s best… Read more »
Monthly Archives:: July 2011
We all know that light has direction, right? As photographers, we need to think of light direction in relative terms. We think about the direction relative to the camera and the subject’s position in the scene. We pay attention to light direction as it can significantly affect color, form, texture, pattern, dimension and saturation of… Read more »
Today we have access to thousands of patterns – proven best-practice solutions to known problems within a specific context – so why aren’t we more successful in developing and deploying successful software-intensive systems?Hear two leading experts introduce Patterns-Based Engineering and show how such an approach delivers on the promise of patterns to consistently create… Read more »
For those of you looking for resources to help with android development, we have the perfect list (according to Safari Books Online subscribers). The following represents the most read books and training videos about android development among Safari Books Online subscribers, during the month of June. Title: Learning Android By: Marko Gargenta Publisher: O’Reilly Media,… Read more »
Safari To Go 2.0 has been available for almost two months and we have been busy working on the app. and incorporating feedback we’ve received from our subscribers. We have released 5 updates so far and have another one on the way. Check out some of the recent updates: Improved reading experience in offline mode More folder control Ability to add videos to your… Read more »
Author Bob Sedgewick, who has written a series of books on Algorithms, talks about his background–from founding the Department of Computer Science at Princeton University to decades of study on algorithms and his new book Algorithms, Fourth Edition. Listen to his story.
Does the advent of cloud computing spell the end of UNIX and Linux system administrators?Watch this hour-long webcast as we explore the post-modern system administration world and examine how cloud computing may impact our profession and our skill set. The webcast, features two of the authors of the UNIX and Linux System Administration Handbook,… Read more »