Hacking Electronics: An Illustrated DIY Guide for Makers and Hobbyists
Bring your electronic inventions to life!
"This full-color book is impressive...there are some really fun projects!" -GeekDad, Wired.com
Who needs an electrical engineering degree? This intuitive guide shows how to wire, disassemble, tweak, and re-purpose everyday devices quickly and easily. Packed with...
Schaum's Outline of Basic Circuit Analysis
Master basic electricity with Schaum'sthe high-performance study guide. It will help you cut study time, hone problem-solving skills, and achieve your personal best on exams!
Students love Schaum's Outlines because they produce results. Each year, hundreds of thousands of students improve their test scores and...
IPv6 Core Protocols Implementation (The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Networking) The authoritative reference text on KAME and IPv6!
IPv6 was introduced in 1994 and has been in development at the IETF for over 10 years. It has now reached the deployment stage. KAME, the de-facto open-source reference implementation of the IPv6 standards, played a significant role in the acceptance and the adoption of the IPv6...
Fundamentals of Database Management Systems
A course in database management has become well established as a required
course in both undergraduate and graduate management information systems degree
programs. This is as it should be, considering the central position of the database
field in the information systems environment. Indeed, a solid understanding of the...
Programming ArcObjects with VBA: A Task-Oriented Approach, Second Edition If you're ready to take your knowledge of ArcGIS to the next level, then you need to learn how to work with ArcObjects. But with thousands of objects, properties, and methods, how can you ever hope to sort through the ArcObjects model diagrams?
The first edition of Chang's Programming ArcObjects with VBA: A Task-Oriented Approach gave...
Microsoft .NET for Visual FoxPro Developers I asked myself this question when early releases of .NET first arrived on the scene. Visual FoxPro allowed me to do pretty much anything I wanted, from building single-tier applications with a VFP back end, all the way to building distributed Internet applications accessing clientserver data.
Then, I started to dive into the .NET...
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