Inventing the PC: The MCM/70 Story
In May 1973, Micro Computer Machines, a Toronto-based electronics company, gave a public demonstration of a small computer called the MCM/70. Powered by a microprocessor and operated with APL, a sophisticated programming language, the MCM/70 was positioned to be a practical, affordable, and easy-to-use personal computer - the very first of...
Software testing is conducted to provide stakeholders with information about the quality of a product under testing. The book, which is a result of the two decades of teaching experience of the author, aims to present testing concepts and methods that can be used in practice. The text will help readers to learn how to find faults in software...
The Marketing Plan: How to Prepare and Implement It
Even if you've created marketing plans before it doesn't matter. The rules have changed. With the advent of Web 2.0 business strategies like Search Engine Optimization, Social Networking, Pay-Per-Click, and dozens more, it may seem like you need to start from scratch. But with the brand new and completely updated fourth edition of...
Migrating Applications to IPv6
How badly will IPv6 break your application? What do you need to consider to make
your application “IPv6-ready”? What questions should you ask?
In the ideal world, your application should “just work” on IPv6, just as it does on IPv4.
However, in the real world, application issues crop up. These could be...
Programming in Scala: A Comprehensive Step-by-Step Guide, 2nd Edition
This book is a tutorial for the Scala programming language, written by people
directly involved in the development of Scala. Our goal is that by reading
this book, you can learn everything you need to be a productive Scala programmer.
All examples in this book compile with Scala version 2.8.1.
Scala is an object-oriented...
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