Inside COM+ Base Services (Microsoft Programming Series) COM+ is not a radical departure from COM-it is the next stage of evolution of the COM programming model. COM was originally designed as a minimalist's component architecture. With the advent of the three-tier programming model, applications have become more complex. To help developers who work in this new world, COM+ offers a richer set of services... Windows XP: The Complete Reference Get up-to-date details on installing, running, and maximizing Microsoft's new operating system. This comprehensive reference explains how to connect to the Internet, design a LAN, share drives, printers, and much more. Covering both Windows XP Home and Windows XP Business, this one-top resource also includes tips on improving performance and... Buying a Computer for Dummies, 2005 Edition CPU, Ghz, Mhz, DIMMS, RAM, ROM, AGP, ISA, PCI, USB, CRT, LCD, NIC, CCD, CIS, DP, Kbps. What do all of these acronyms mean?
Are you baffled by computer technology and technology? Intimidated by computer salespeople who grimace or grin when you say “gizmo?” Buying a Computer For Dummies 2005 Edition gives you the ABCs of...
Next Generation Transport Networks: Data, Management, and Control Planes
Covering past, present and future transport networks using three layered planes written by experts in the field.
Targeted at both practitioners and academics as a single source to get an understanding of how transport networks are built and operated
Explains technologies enabling the next generation transport...
Microsoft Code Name “Indigo” is an advanced infrastructure and programming model for creating connected applications. It's like nothing that has come before. That's a bold statement, so allow me to put it in perspective for you.
I wrote my first communication program over 20 years ago and...
Inside Direct3D (Dv-Mps Inside)
With the introduction of Microsoft Windows 95, game developers had the opportunity to develop Windows-based games that were far more powerful than was possible with earlier versions of Windows. Even with this capability, however, accessing the multimedia hardware consistently and efficiently was no easy task—that is, until Microsoft...
Web Caching (O'Reilly Internet Series) A properly designed cache, by reducing network traffic and improving access times to popular web sites, is a boon to network administrators and web users alike. This book hands you all the technical information you need to design, deploy and operate an effective web caching service. It also covers the... Over-the-Road Wireless For Dummies Keep in touch with the office or the grandkids
Set up your laptop or PDA, find hot spots, and keep your stuff safe
Whether you're on the road earning a living or satisfying your urge to roam, this book will help you stay connected to the rest of the world. Here's how to choose...
Red Hat Fedora Linux 3 For Dummies Get online with broadband DSL and build Web pages
Install Fedora Core 3, use OpenOffice.org, play CDs, and set up a firewall
The penguin is back, and better than ever! And this friendly guide will help you install and configure the new edition of Fedora Core so you can use exciting features like the SELinux infrastructure, which...
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