The IT Girl's Guide to Becoming an Excel Diva
Apply Excel daily and smooth out life's wrinkles
Who knew a spreadsheet could do as much for you as your favorite moisturizer? Become a Microsoft Excel Diva with this sassy guide and discover what hip IT Girls already know: smart is beautiful. Impress the heck out of everyone at work with your stylish reports. Do a budget and see exactly...
Beginning BlackBerry Development
Are you a Java programmer looking for a new challenge and money-making opportunity? If so, Beginning BlackBerry Development may just be the book for you. This book will teach you everything you need to know to start developing apps that run on the BlackBerry family of devices and smartphones. With over 50 Million BlackBerry devices sold...
Business Aspects of Web Services
In April 2009, one of the authors of this book, Thomas Meinl, was attending the
World Wide Web conference in Madrid, Spain. There, he gave a talk, in which he
presented the idea of Web service reservation via derivative mechanisms. During
the following discussions, it became clear that for many researchers, practitioners
Advertisers at Work
“Conversations with some of the sharpest minds in advertising lead the reader gently into the heart of the business. A great read whether you’re starting out in advertising or simply want to pick up some tips from the greats.”
—Mark Tungate, author of Adland: A Global History of...
Spinning the Semantic Web: Bringing the World Wide Web to Its Full Potential
The Semantic Web is the realization of an aspect of the Web that was part of the original hopes and dreams of 1989, but whose development has, until now, taken a back seat to the Web of multimedia human-readable material. Even though at the first WWW conference, in 1994, I ended my talk with a few slides about the Semantic Web, the steps...
The Ultimate Palm Robot
No programming required--CD includes software
Now, anyone curious about robotics can inexpensively build and enjoy their very own robot using any Palm handheld for the brains. Originally developed by Carnegie Mellon University robotics department graduate students, this prototype has enjoyed a cult following among enthusiasts. Using...
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