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Learning FreeNAS

by Gary Sims

This book has been written from the system administrator's perspective, tackling the topics that will be most important to help you understand FreeNAS, and get it set up as securely and quickly as possible. You will just see how to get the job done. This book is for systems administrators who want a low cost, simple way to provide large amounts of network-attached storage. It does not assume knowledge of BSD, and will work for people using FreeNAS in any network environment.

Oracle Modernization Solutions

by Tom Laszewski Jason Williamson

This book combines case studies with practical examples of how to implement modernization techniques using Oracle (and partner) products to modernize to the Oracle Platform. The book also weighs the pros and cons of specific modernization use cases. Finally, we explore some of the emerging trends in technology and how they apply to legacy modernization. Legacy system architects, project managers, program managers, developers, database architects and decision makers who own mainframe and heterogeneous systems, and are tasked with modernization will all find this book useful. The book assumes some knowledge of mainframes, J2EE, SOA, and Oracle technologies. The reader should have some background in programming and database design.

Drupal Multimedia

by Aaron Winborn

This book will guide you through the steps necessary to add image, video, and audio elements into your Drupal sites. For each topic, you start with simple techniques and move on to more advanced techniques. By the time you've completed this book, you should have a firm ground from which to tackle most multimedia needs, and enough of an understanding to creatively solve more complex problems. This book will provide information for administrators and professional site developers who are required to embed multimedia into a Drupal site. The reader needs basic knowledge of Drupal operation, but no experience of how Drupal handles multimedia items is expected.

MooTools 1.2 Beginner's Guide

by Garrick Cheung Jacob Gube

This is a Packt Beginner's Guide, which means it is packed with clear step-by-step instructions for performing the most useful tasks in MooTools. You will learn by doing and you will start learning immediately. As each chapter in the book progresses, the topics will get increasingly more complex. It starts by explaining the fundamentals of MooTools before undertaking tasks and challenges that encourage experimentation. This book is perfect for MooTools newcomers. You do not require any familiarity with MooTools whatsoever, only a willingness to learn. Basic knowledge of JavaScript syntax and concepts is the only requirement. This book will allow you to grasp the basics of MooTools so that you will be well on the way to creating exciting, customizable web pages and applications.

Symfony 1.3 Web Application Development

by Tim Bowler Wojciech Bancer

This book is an example driven tutorial that takes you through the process of building Model-View-Controller-based web applications. You will create and develop an online store application. It also covers best practices for better and quicker application development. This book is for PHP web developers who want to get started with Symfony 1.3. If you are already using Symfony 1.0 or are new to Symfony, you will learn how to use it in the best way to produce better applications faster. Basic knowledge of Object Oriented design and ORM will be quite helpful.

Apache Maven 2 Effective Implementation

by Brett Porter Maria Odea Ching

All material in the book will be worked through by example, building up a sample application. It is intended to be read through in sequence, though once complete, should serve as a suitable reference for certain cases that can be referred to directly. This book is for Java developers who want to get started with Apache Maven. If you are tasked with build automation in your company, this book will help you to quickly and easily get started with Maven in order to improve the efficiency of your builds.

Oracle Application Express 3.2 – The Essentials and More

by Arie Geller

This book is a practical guide that not only shows you how to do things, but also makes you understand how things really work, so you'll be able to develop your own applications. It uses many screenshots, examples, and real-time "APEX code", some of which is documented for the first time. This book is for developers, in general, and web developers, in particular, who wish to learn how to develop data-centric web applications in the Oracle environment. It is also for novice APEX developers, who wish to learn how to use and best utilize the APEX environment, as well as for more experience APEX developers who wish to improve their knowledge and understanding of APEX and its capabilities, and learn from the experience of others. It assumes basic knowledge of HTML, SQL, and PL/SQL. Basic JavaScript understanding is an advantage, and in general can make your life much easier as an APEX developer.

CISSP in 21 Days

by M. L. Srinivasan

This book adopts a 'concise explanation' approach to describe the concepts in the 10 Information Security domains that are covered in the CISSP examination. Hence, this book is a 'quick revision guide' and as such is expected to be studied in the month prior to examination. By breaking down difficult concepts and theories to simple 2 to 4-line sentences the assimilation and most importantly 'recall' of a concept is improved. Hence, this approach helps a candidate to focus on the core concepts before the exams and to recall them and relate them with other concepts to aid in identifying the right answer during the exam. This book is for all aspirants who are planning to take the CISSP examination and obtain the coveted CISSP certification that is considered as the 'Gold Standard' in Information Security personal certification. This book assumes that the candidate has already sufficient knowledge in all the 10 domains of the CISSP CBK by way of experience from work and knowledge gained from other study books. This book provides concise explanations to the core concepts that are essentially covered in the exam. Besides being an Information Security-focused guide, this book will also be useful as a quick reference and revision guide for System and Network Administrators, Database Administrators, System Analysts, Software Developers, Application Designers, System Architects, Legal Professionals, Security Officers, Business Continuity professionals, IT Auditors, IS Auditors, Vulnerability Assessors, Penetration Testers, and Ethical Hackers.

Asterisk Gateway Interface 1.4 and 1.6 Programming

by Nir Simionovich

This friendly, clear tutorial takes a pragmatic approach to developing Asterisk applications, helping you to find the best solutions for your needs. Unlike most books, which simply show you how to do or what to do, this book tries to show you: "why to do?"--thus explaining the logic behind certain Asterisk development paradigms. This book is intended for developers wishing to utilize Asterisk, system administrators wishing to gain better control over their Asterisk installation, and telephony service providers wishing to deploy Asterisk-based solutions to their infrastructure. You are expected to have some experience with Asterisk and a basic understanding of programming. No knowledge of Asterisk programming is required.

Learning Drupal 6 Module Development

by Matt Butcher

This book is written for PHP developers who want to add custom features to Drupal. You will need to know the basics of PHP and MySQL programming, but no experience of programming Drupal is required, although you will be expected to be familiar with the basic operation of Drupal.

SharePoint Designer Tutorial Working with SharePoint Websites

by Mike Poole

This book takes you through the development of a SharePoint site for a wine business. The development involves adding features to the site using SharePoint Designer, and for each of these features you will find screenshots and easy to follow instructions. This book is ideal for people new to SharePoint Designer who need to put together a working SharePoint site as quickly as possible. No experience of SharePoint Designer is expected, and no skill with creating SharePoint sites is assumed.

Service Oriented Java Business Integration

by Binildas A. Christudas

The book covers all concepts with examples that can be built, deployed, and run by readers using the Apache Ant tool in Apache ServiceMix, which is an open-source Enterprise Service Bus that combines the functionality of a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and an Event Driven Architecture (EDA). The aim of this book is to prepare an architect or developer for building integration solutions using ESB. To that end, this book takes a practical approach, emphasizing how to get things done in ServiceMix with code. When needed, it delves into the theoretical aspects of ESB, and such discussions are supplemented with working samples. The book, thus, distils some of the knowledge that has emerged over the last decade in the realm of Java Integration. This book is aimed at Java developers and integration architects who want to become proficient with the Java Business Integration (JBI) standard. Readers should have some experience with Java and have developed and deployed applications in the past, but need no previous knowledge of JBI. The book can also be useful to anyone who is struggling to understand ESB and how it differs from other architectures and to understand its position in SOA. This book primarily targets IT professionals in the field of SOA and Integration solutionsâ "in other words, intermediate to advanced users. You are likely to find the book useful if you fall into any of the following categories: A programmer, designer, or architect in Java who wants to learn and code in JBI or ESB. A programmer, designer, or architect who doesn't normally code in Java can still benefit from this book, since we 'assemble integration components' using XML with little to no Java code. An IT Manager or an Officer who knows well about SOA or SOI but want to see something in code (you can adorn your flashy presentations with some live code too).

Asterisk 1.4 : The Professional’s Guide

by David Duffett Colman Carpenter

Employing a comprehensive handbook-style approach, this easy-to-follow book shows the reader various means of implementing the power of Asterisk in a commercial environment. In next to no time, the reader will gain a deeper understanding of many of the issues faced by Asterisk consultants and the solutions they believe work best. Primarily aimed at Asterisk Professionals, this book provides real-world insight for Asterisk Network Administrators and System Implementers in the commercial environment. This book is not for newcomers to Asterisk. Readers are expected to be experienced with installing and administering Asterisk systems.

JDBC 4.0 and Oracle JDeveloper for J2EE Development

by Deepak Vohra

Being a quick reference guide, this book has a focused approach. You will learn to develop J2EE applications with JDBC and JDeveloper in no time. The book covers lot of practical examples, which makes it developer-friendly learning material. The book is suitable for Java/J2EE and Oracle JDeveloper beginners. If you are a J2EE developer and want to use the JDeveloper IDE for J2EE development, this book is for you. JDeveloper developers who are new to J2EE will also benefit from the book. Most J2EE applications have a database component and the book is specially suited for database-based J2EE development in Oracle JDeveloper. You can also use this book if you are interested in learning how to utilize the new features offered in JDBC 4.0 for Java/J2EE development.

Zenoss Core Network and System Monitoring

by Michael Badger

The book starts by covering installation and configuration, before moving onto administration and dashboard usage.The book contains step-by-step instructions for setting up and using a working, capable Zenoss system. From small business to a large enterprise, this books helps organizations collect data, monitor, and report on their IT assets. Zenoss Core offers a feature-rich, accessible solution to organizations that lack the financial resources to purchase a proprietary monitoring solution or the technical resources. This book makes no distinction about your existing systems management knowledge or lack; thereof and assumes everyone is new to Zenoss Core. The emphasis is on configuring and administering a monitoring environment from the comforts of a graphical web interface.

Moodle 1.9 Extension Development

by Jonathan Moore

The author's experience as a Moodle developer enables him to combine a simple, descriptive how-to approach with enthusiastic insights into the rich potential of customizing Moodle according to your needs. The chapters gradually build up your skills and by the end of the book you will be confident enough to customize Moodle on your own. This book is written for technologists who are interested in expanding Moodle's functions through programming, either for their own organizations or to contribute to the open source project. You should be familiar with Moodle's basic technologies: PHP, MySQL ,and HTML/CSS.

Zend Framework 1.8 Web Application Development

by Keith Pope

This book is an example-driven tutorial that takes you through the process of building Model-View-Controller-based web applications. You will create and develop a storefront application. It also covers common mistakes and best practices that will be helpful for developers. This book is for PHP web developers who want to get started with Zend Framework. If you are already using this framework, you will learn how to use it in the best way and produce better applications. Basic knowledge of Object Oriented design will be helpful.

Object-Oriented JavaScript

by Stoyan Stefanov

The book requires no prior knowledge of JavaScript and works from the ground up to give you a thorough grounding in this powerful language. If you do already know some JavaScript, you will find plenty of eye-openers as you discover just what the language can do. This book takes a do-it-yourself approach when it comes to writing code, because the best way to really learn a programming language is by writing code. You are encouraged to type code into Firebug's console, see how it works and then tweak it and play around with it. There are practice questions at the end of each chapter to help review what you have learned.

JBoss Portal Server Development

by Ramanujam Rao

The book is written from a developer perspective and uses an example-driven approach with extensive code samples on each topic, for easy understanding and learning. It starts with some basic concepts of portals, before going into the features and implementation of JBoss Portal and eventually discussing some concepts for advanced use. Each chapter provides a blend of just enough basic concepts to start building applications and detailed configurations for reference. This book is for portal developers, portal administrators, designers and architects working on the Java platform, who want to build web portal solutions. The book doesn't expect an expert knowledge of portal or JEE technologies, but does presume a basic understanding of web technologies and the Java/JEE platform. However, the concepts are lucid enough that any competent developer can easily find immediate value in the book and start creating dynamic portal applications.

Joomla! Accessibility

by Joshue O Connor

This is a practical book that contains many step-by-step examples for the reader to get their teeth into. Primarily, the book is designed to help the reader gain a deeper understanding of Joomla! and accessibility, but it can also be read as an introduction to assistive technology, disability, and the diversity of user requirements. The book also attempts to de-mystify accessibility and take it off the theoretical platform and firmly root it in the real world with tangible benefits for users of Joomla!. This book is a guide to any Joomla! user who wants to make their sites more accessible and the author does assume that you have a basic working knowledge of Joomla!. You don't need to know anything about accessibility -- the author tells you all that you need to know to make your Joomla! sites accessible to the widest audience. While some design skills and technical knowledge of HTML, CSS and PHP will be very useful you will still benefit from reading this book if you wish to understand more about assistive technology and the needs of people with disabilities. The book is distilled from years of hands on experience that the author has as a web developer and also working with people with disabilities.

Selling Online with Drupal e-Commerce

by Michael Peacock

The book starts with the basics of Drupal and then steps you through the creation of an online shop, exploring Drupal further as needed. Only the features of Drupal relevant to the e-commerce application will be covered. Written in a straightforward, easy-to-understand manner, the book provides the essentials of getting your e-commerce website up and running with Drupal. This book is for people who want to start selling online as quickly as possible, and want to see how to use the proven Drupal platform to achieve this. The book is ideal for use in a small business with only basic in-house technical skills. It will also be useful for developers who not only want to create an e-commerce site, but also want a CMS platform for expanding the site in the future. No prior knowledge of Drupal is required. No PHP experience is expected, although it will be useful. Basic knowledge of e-commerce will also be useful, although the main concepts are introduced and covered as required.

PHP and script.aculo.us Web 2.0 Application Interfaces

by Sridhar Rao

This book has a fast-paced and practical approach. It focuses on features, tutorials, quick-explanations, tips-n-tricks, and live real-world examples, using script.aculo.us. It contains complete code for all projects, all in an AJAX way. The author uses his vast experience as a programmer to show an interesting and creative way of building web applications. This book is for web developers who build simple yet agile and useful web applications. It is useful for PHP beginners and assumes basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP. The examples in the book use PHP, but can be adapted easily to other languages.

Spring 2.5 Aspect Oriented Programming

by Massimiliano Dessì

Employing a comprehensive tutorial-based approach, this easy-to-follow book shows the reader various means of using AOP with Spring in a real-world scenario. Clear step-by-step instructions ensure that you will not get lost in the new world of AOP and Spring. If you are a Java software architect, engineer, or developer and want to be able to write applications in a more modular and concise way by using Spring, then you need this book. Readers need basic knowledge of Spring and its configuration.

Apache OFBiz Development: The Beginner's Tutorial

by Jonathon Wong Rupert Howell

This is an accessible step-by-step tutorial that introduces readers to the world of OFBiz through practical examples and clear explanations. It will guide you through the framework, teach you to tweak OFBiz and master widgets, entities, and permissions, and give you the knowledge to customize your own bespoke applications. This book is for developers who want to build easily deployed and supported OFBiz applications. No previous knowledge of OFBiz is assumed, but readers should be comfortable in a Java development environment.

Aptana RadRails: An IDE for Rails Development

by Javier Ramirez

This book is for Ruby on Rails developers who want to make the most of the framework by using an Integrated Development Environment. Even though the book explains everything you need to follow the contents, the focus is on how to use the tool and not on the Rails framework itself, so previous working knowledge of Rails is highly advisable. Previous knowledge of Eclipse is not necessary.

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