Saturday, January 9, 2010
A complete anatomy of TCP/IP networks and the IP protocol suite in a quick-reference format.
Whether you're adding new TCP/IP applications to your office suite or migrating from IPv4 to IPv6, Illustrated TCP/IP gives you instant access to the detailed information you need-in a unique quick-reference format. Each topic is concisely explained on a large-format page, with a PowerPoint slide graphic to illustrate key concepts. Matt Naugle covers all the bases, including:
* A concise, easy-to-read discussion of the TCP/IP protocol
* IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
* FTP, DNS, SMTP, SNMP, BOOTP, DHCP, RSVP, RTP, RTCP, and other major applications protocols
* Routing protocols RIP, RIPv2, and OSPF
* IP multicast
* The impact of IPv6 on existing networks
* Migrating from IPv4 to IPv6
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Java Database Bible is a comprehensive approach to learning how to develop and implement a professional level Java 2 database program using the Java database connection API (JDBC 3.0).
Includes an introduction to relational databases and designing database applications; covers interacting with a relational database using a Java program; and shows how to create and work with XML data storage using a Java program.
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Publisher: Packt Publishing | ISBN: 1904811655 | edition 2006 | PDF | 282 pages | 12,7 mb
Learn how to secure your system and implement QoS using real-world scenarios for networks of all sizes
* Implementing Packet filtering, NAT, bandwidth shaping, packet prioritization using netfilter/iptables, iproute2, Class Based Queuing (CBQ) and Hierarchical Token Bucket (HTB)
* Designing and implementing 5 real-world firewalls and QoS scenarios ranging from small SOHO offices to a large scale ISP network that spans many cities
* Building intelligent networks by marking, queuing, and prioritizing different types of traffic
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Posted by Rushan Senanayake at 7:34 PM
Do you love video games? Ever wondered if you could create one of your own, with all the bells and whistles? It’s not as complicated as you’d think, and you don’t need to be a math whiz or a programming genius to do it. In fact, everything you need to create your first game, “Invasion of the Slugwroths,” is included in this book and CD-ROM.
Author David Conger starts at square one, introducing the tools of the trade and all the basic concepts for getting started programming with C++, the language that powers most current commercial games. Plus, he’s put a wealth of top-notch (and free) tools on the CD-ROM, including the Dev-C++ compiler, linker, and debugger--and his own LlamaWorks2D game engine. Step-by-step instructions and ample illustrations take you through game program structure, integrating sound and music into games, floating-point math, C++ arrays, and much more. Using the sample programs and the source code to run them, you can follow along as you learn.
Bio: David Conger has been programming professionally for over 23 years. Along with countless custom business applications, he has written several PC and online games. Conger also worked on graphics firmware for military aircraft, and taught computer science at the university level for four years. Conger has written numerous books on C, C++, and other computer-related topics. He lives in western Washington State and has also published a collection of Indian folk tales.
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Fun projects and valuable content join forces to enable readers to turn their wireless home network into a high-performance wireless infrastructure capable of
entertainment networking and even home automation
Step-by-step instructions help readers find, buy, and install the latest and greatest wireless equipment
The authors are home tech gurus and offer detailed discussion on the next-generation wireless gear that will move the wireless LAN beyond computers and into
telephony, entertainment, home automation/control, and even automotive networking
The number of wireless LAN users in North America is expected to grow from 4.2 million current users to more than 31 million by 2007
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This book for beginners to intermediate users of PHP5 covers core object-oriented programming (OOP) features as applied to PHP in simple language with many examples; comprehensively documents the Standard PHP Library (SPL) with working examples; and covers advanced topics such as Reflection, Unit Testing with PHPUnit, using Design Patterns to simplify coding, the improved MySQLi API for MySQL, PHP Data Objects (PDO), using the Active Record and Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) patterns in PHP, processing XML in PHP with SimpleXML and DOMDocument, using and building frameworks to implement the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern. Some basic objected-oriented features were added to PHP3; full support for object-oriented programming was added with PHP5. Object-oriented programming eases and speeds development and can greatly improve the performance of a properly planned and designed program. This book helps you to leverage PHP5's OOP features to write manageable applications with no pain.
Paperback: 272 pages
Publisher: Packt Publishing (December 30, 2007)
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