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NYCBSDCon 2014 Heats Up a Cold Winter Weekend

Heather Fox

On a Saturday in early February I was fortunate to attend NYCBSDCon, an event organized by the New York City BSD User Group (NYC*BUG), and the 5th such event it's produced since 2005.

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30 Great Programming & Development Video Courses from Pearson’s LiveLessons Series

Eric Garulay

Video tutorials have become an essential resource for coders of all types and skill levels. Whether you build applications, systems, games, or websites, learning the latest technologies at your own pace with hands-on instruction from leading experts is an effective training solution for novices, specialists, polyglots, and everyone in-between.  Pearson’s LiveLessons series contains a growing collection of hundreds of video courses for IT professionals covering the full-range of programming and development topics. 

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The Best Objective-C Book for Beginners

Andrea Bledsoe

Interested in learning iOS development? Programming in Objective-C starts from the very beginning, brings you through the basics of Objective-C, Object Oriented Programming, XCode, and iOS programming. 

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By Andrea BledsoeCommentsOctober 29, 2013
Topics: Programming, C/C++

Book Spotlight: The C++ Primer, Fifth Edition

Stephane Nakib

For years The C++ Primer from Stan Lippman, Josée LaJoie, and Barbara E. Moo has been a favorite among those who want to add C++ to their language set. We take a look at why it’s become such a well-loved classic.

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By Stephane NakibCommentsSeptember 30, 2013
Topics: Programming, C/C++

Intel's Recommended Reading List: C++, Objective-C, Linux Servers, WebGL and Software Architecture books

Ryan McConnell

We are proud here at Pearson to have five of our books from our Addison-Wesley imprint in the latter half of 2013's Recommended Reading List for Intel. According to Intel, the Recommended Reading List is "the most comprehensive reading list available for professional computer developers." These books are a great place to start if you're looking to develop your technical skills or potentially learn new ones. (Please note that in order to access the reading list, you must first sign up for a free registration with Intel.)

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#TuesdayTrivia: WindowsRT, Tiles and Charms...Oh My! Win "Building Windows 8 Apps with C# and XAML" eBook by Jeremy Likness

Emily Nave
Software developers know the thing you can count on in your career is change. Microsoft is redefining the way apps are developed -- are you ready to get on board?

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InformIT's 17 Days of Giveaways

Rachel Bayless

Get ready for a month full of giveaways. From July 9 through the end of the month, InformIT will be having 17 days of giveaways. Each week has a theme to make sure that there’s something YOU will be excited to win!

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Dennis Ritchie--May He Rest in Peace...

John  Traenkenschuh
Time to Remember a True Computing Pioneer...


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There are no secrets II

John  Traenkenschuh

After the discussion on client configurations betraying your infrastructure choices, my talk with Sim Pul Simon (my corrected spelling) turned to other server examples.

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Community Tips: Use Community Megaphone to Promote Developer Events

Emily Nave

Planning a User Group or community gathering for developers? Community Megaphone, built by Microsoft Developer Evangelist G. Andrew Duthie aka @devhammer, provides a simple way to share and discover all kinds of events relating to software development.

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It's a shoddy, shoddy world

Danny Kalev

We've all come to terms with the fact that the models that in glitzy magazines aren't really themselves. Aggressive Photoshop embellishments make them look bigger than life. And yet, it appears that in many other areas, our senses are being artistically manipulated. We simply don't know it. Where do you draw the line between legit cosmetics and sheer fraud?

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By Danny KalevCommentsSeptember 19, 2010
Topics: Programming, C/C++

Yves Smith: Suspicions that The Fed is manipulating Wall Street

Danny Kalev

Yves Smith, the nom de plume of the creator of Naked Capitalism and one of the most savvy and respected members of the blogosphere. In professional life Yves is known as Susan Webber. Yves recently gave an interview to an Israeli financial newspaper in which she claims that a federal team unofficially called "the plunge protection team" is manipulating the stocks on Wall Street.

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By Danny KalevCommentsMay 24, 2010
Topics: Programming, C/C++

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