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REST Web Services in WebSphere Liberty
By Kyle Brown, Roland Barcia, Karl Bishop, Matthew Perrins
Jun 30, 2014
This chapter covers REST Web Services in WebSphere Liberty, including discussions of JAX-RS, JSON Serialization, and RESTful SOA.
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The Art of Computer Programming: Positional Number Systems
By Donald E. Knuth
Jun 30, 2014
Many people regard arithmetic as a trivial thing that children learn and computers do, but arithmetic is a fascinating topic with many interesting facets. In this excerpt from Art of Computer Programming, Volume 2: Seminumerical Algorithms, 3rd Edition, Donald E. Knuth begins this chapter on arithmetic with a discussion of positional number systems.
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Xen PVH: Bringing Hardware to Paravirtualization
By David Chisnall
Jun 30, 2014
A lot of recent work in Xen and the operating systems that run atop it has been devoted to the new PVH mode. David Chisnall looks at what this adds for Xen guests and why it is important.
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Creating 3D Objects with Cameras and Autodesk 123D Catch
By Bill Fane, John Biehler
Jun 27, 2014
In this chapter you will learn how to use the iOS and web versions of Autodesk's 123D Catch to create 3D models of just about anything from your digital photos.
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The IT Consultant's Guide to Building Clout and Credibility
By Matthew Moran
Jun 27, 2014
Discover proven strategies and tools you can use to establish yourself as a subject matter expert.
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A Strategic SEO Upfront Content Approach for WordPress SEO Success
By Jacob Aull
Jun 26, 2014
This chapter discusses starting SEO and developing a content strategy; outlines the best SEO content objectives, plans, and guides; explains how to pick the best keywords; and shows how to manage the WordPress SEO tools.
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WebSockets in Windows Store Apps
By Jeremy Likness
Jun 26, 2014
The WebSockets protocol provides full-duplex communication on top of a TCP connection that is initiated by an HTTP handshake. The fact that it runs over existing HTTP and HTTPS ports allows it to pass easily through most existing firewall configurations. The Windows Runtime provides a powerful set of networking APIs that includes components specifically designed for WebSockets communications. In this article, Jeremy Likness shows how to connect to WebSockets using both message-based and real-time connections from Windows Store apps.
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Cisco Networking Academy Switched Networks Companion Guide: VLANs
By Cisco Networking Academy
Jun 25, 2014
This chapter covers how to configure, manage, and troubleshoot VLANs and VLAN trunks. It also examines security considerations and strategies relating to VLANs and trunks, and best practices for VLAN design.
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Introduction to "The Java Virtual Machine Specification, Java SE 8 Edition"
By Alex Buckley, Gilad Bracha, Tim Lindholm, Frank Yellin
Jun 25, 2014
The authors of The Java Virtual Machine Specification, Java SE 8 Edition introduce their definitive technical reference for the Java Virtual Machine.
50.
Examining Xbox Live: What Do You Get?
By Bill Loguidice, Christina T. Loguidice
Jun 24, 2014
This chapter explains about Xbox Live and the different membership levels, earning achievements, accessing your account on other consoles, and how updates work.
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Using Looks Blocks in Scratch 2.0
By Timothy L. Warner
Jun 24, 2014
This chapter teaches how to use Scratch 2.0's Looks block palette to communicate with your player both by using speech and thought bubbles. You'll also learn how to ask the player questions, get his or her feedback, and act accordingly on that feedback.
52.
Integrating Play for Java and Akka
By Steven Haines
Jun 23, 2014
Learn how to integrate Play with Akka to create highly scalable and resilient applications.
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The Art of Computer Programming: Random Numbers
By Donald E. Knuth
Jun 23, 2014
In this excerpt from Art of Computer Programming, Volume 2: Seminumerical Algorithms, 3rd Edition, Donald E. Knuth introduces the concept of random numbers and discusses the challenge of inventing a foolproof source of random numbers.
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The Official Ubuntu Book, 7th Edition: Becoming an Ubuntu Power User
By Benjamin Mako Hill, Jono Bacon, Amber Graner, Matthew Helmke, Kyle Rankin
Jun 22, 2014
This chapter looks at a variety of advanced subjects related to running and managing your Ubuntu system, including. installation, removal, and upgrade of software using the Ubuntu Software Center as well as hardware installation.
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The Official Ubuntu Book, 7th Edition: Customizing Ubuntu for Performance, Accessibility, and Fun
By Benjamin Mako Hill, Jono Bacon, Amber Graner, Matthew Helmke, Kyle Rankin
Jun 22, 2014
This chapter shows how you can customize your Ubuntu experience by changing the Unity desktop from its default settings to fit a number of user types.
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The Official Ubuntu Book, 7th Edition: Getting Started with Ubuntu
By Benjamin Mako Hill, Jono Bacon, Amber Graner, Matthew Helmke, Kyle Rankin
Jun 22, 2014
This chapter shows how to start using the core features of your new Ubuntu desktop. These concepts should allow you to perform most of the day-to-day tasks when using your computer and provide a base from which to explore the other applications installed on your system.
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The Official Ubuntu Book, 7th Edition: Installing Ubuntu
By Benjamin Mako Hill, Jono Bacon, Amber Graner, Matthew Helmke, Kyle Rankin
Jun 22, 2014
This chapter explains how to choose a version of Ubuntu and then how to install your chosen version.
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The Official Ubuntu Book, 7th Edition: The Ubuntu Community
By Benjamin Mako Hill, Jono Bacon, Amber Graner, Matthew Helmke, Kyle Rankin
Jun 22, 2014
This chapter provides a bird's-eye view of the venues and processes in which the Ubuntu community is active.
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The Official Ubuntu Book, 7th Edition: The Ubuntu Server
By Benjamin Mako Hill, Jono Bacon, Amber Graner, Matthew Helmke, Kyle Rankin
Jun 22, 2014
The aim of this chapter is to give you a quick crash course in how to be an Ubuntu system administrator.
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The Official Ubuntu Book, 7th Edition: The Ubuntu Story
By Benjamin Mako Hill, Jono Bacon, Amber Graner, Matthew Helmke, Kyle Rankin
Jun 22, 2014
This chapter brings the history of the Ubuntu Project to life, and through its history looks to its future. If you are interested in first learning about where Ubuntu comes from and where it is going, this chapter provides a good introduction.

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