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ActiveMQ in Action
ActiveMQ in Action

To this day, enterprise message queuing is a concept that is not well understood by most software developers. Commercial message-oriented middleware (MOM) did not help to encourage adoption of the process; most of the MOMs on the market were closed source, were costly to buy and support, and required trained system administrators for...

Clojure in Action
Clojure in Action

I can tell you how much I enjoy being a geek. I can tell you how fascinated I was with the punch-cards my dad showed me back in 1985. I can tell you how I got my first computer when I was seven. And I can tell you that I’ve loved programming since 1989. I can tell you a great many things about all that, but I’m not sure how...

Android in Action
Android in Action

The idea of a writing a book about Android development can be somewhat futile at times, considering the pace at which Android continues to expand, morph, and change. What started out as a book project a few years ago has now become a series of updates to the original work with the page count nearly double the original project—...

Lift in Action: The Simply Functional Web Framework for Scala
Lift in Action: The Simply Functional Web Framework for Scala

The web has completely revolutionized the way we live our lives—the average person in the UK now does an average of six Google searches a day. Within the lifetime of one generation, our entire society has changed, and it continues to be catalyzed by technology in a very fundamental way. For me, this is the most fascinating thing...

MongoDB in Action
MongoDB in Action

Databases are the workhorses of the information age. Like Atlas, they go largely unnoticed in supporting the digital world we’ve come to inhabit. It’s easy to forget that our digital interactions, from commenting and tweeting to searching and sorting, are in essence interactions with a database. Because of this fundamental...

OSGi in Depth
OSGi in Depth
I started working with OSGi in about 2006. This was back in the days of BEA and Web- Logic. Our goal was a very ambitious one: to create a new application server profiled for a particular vertical market—financial front offices.
 
The journey has been a long one. But as they say, it is not just about...
Hello! Python
Hello! Python
When I was first asked to write Hello! Python, I didn’t want to write just another introductory book—I wanted to write something different. The programming books that I’ve read in the past have often been just a laundry list of features: a list can have things in it, and you can call len(mylist) to find out exactly how...
OpenCL in Action: How to Accelerate Graphics and Computations
OpenCL in Action: How to Accelerate Graphics and Computations
In the summer of 1997, I was terrified. Instead of working as an intern in my major (microelectronic engineering), the best job I could find was at a research laboratory devoted to high-speed signal processing. My job was to program the two-dimensional fast Fourier transform (FFT) using C and the Message Passing Interface...
Machine Learning in Action
Machine Learning in Action

After college I went to work for Intel in California and mainland China. Originally my plan was to go back to grad school after two years, but time flies when you are having fun, and two years turned into six. I realized I had to go back at that point, and I didn’t want to do night school or online learning, I wanted to sit on...

SharePoint 2010 Site Owner's Manual: Flexible Collaboration without Programming
SharePoint 2010 Site Owner's Manual: Flexible Collaboration without Programming
I’ve been working in SharePoint consulting for over 10 years, and with time I began to realize the lack of books on the market that showed techsavvy business users just how easy SharePoint is to use. I would go in and build systems for major corporations and government agencies around the world, and in most cases toward the end of the...
RabbitMQ in Action: Distributed Messaging for Everyone
RabbitMQ in Action: Distributed Messaging for Everyone
Writing this book has been like discovering RabbitMQ itself—encountering a problem that needed solving, but not knowing what the solution looked like. Until May 2010, we didn’t even know each other. We both had been active in the RabbitMQ community for the past two years, but we’d never actually...
Scala in Depth
Scala in Depth
In fall 2010 Michael Stephens from Manning contacted me about writing a Scala Book. I was working for a small virtualization/security startup where I had been learning Scala and applying it to our codebase. During that first conversation Michael and I discussed the Scala ecosystem and what kind of a book would best...
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