Creating a Presentation in PowerPoint: Visual QuickProject Guide PowerPoint is nearly ubiquitous in today's world--in business settings, of course, but in schools and universities, clubs and organizations--almost everywhere you turn. It's not a difficult tool to use, but the presentations people create in PowerPoint range widely in quality--dazzling or dull, enlivening or enervating. Now, to help users deliver... Adobe Flex 4.5 Fundamentals: Training from the Source
Macromedia introduced Flex in 2004 so that developers could write web applications for the
nearly ubiquitous Flash platform. These applications benefited from the improved design,
usability, and portability that Flex made possible, dramatically changing the user experience.
These features are a cornerstone of Web 2.0, a new generation...
Moodle for Mobile Learning
Mobile devices have become ubiquitous, and both smartphones and tablets offer so many new possibilities for learning. Moodle is gradually becoming more mobile-friendly, with the inclusion of a mobile theme in Moodle 2, the availability of responsive third-party themes, and the launch of an official Moodle app. Moodle and mobile are coming...
A Theory of Distributed Objects
Distributed and communicating objects are becoming ubiquitous. In global, Grid and Peer-to-Peer computing environments, extensive use is made of objects interacting through method calls. So far, no general formalism has been proposed for the foundation of such systems.
Caromel and Henrio are the first to define a calculus for distributed...
Java Closures and Lambda
This book is the culmination of many brash years and hard lessons. The story starts all the way back when I migrated from C++ into perl. The perl programming language was amazingly powerful compared to the low-level manipulations and bookkeeping of C++. (The fact that it was “slow” never bothered me – I would rather write...
Cloud Computing: Technologies and Strategies of the Ubiquitous Data Center
Modern computing is no longer about devices but is all about providing services, a natural progression that both consumers and enterprises are eager to embrace. As it can deliver those services, efficiently and with quality, at compelling price levels, cloud computing is with us to stay. Ubiquitously and quite definitively, cloud...
OpenCL Programming Guide
Industry pundits love drama. New products don’t build on the status quo
to make things better. They “revolutionize” or, better yet, define a “new
paradigm.” And, of course, given the way technology evolves, the results
rarely are as dramatic as the pundits make it seem.
Over the past decade,...
Understanding Cryptography: A Textbook for Students and Practitioners
Cryptography is now ubiquitous – moving beyond the traditional environments, such as government communications and banking systems, we see cryptographic techniques realized in Web browsers, e-mail programs, cell phones, manufacturing systems, embedded software, smart buildings, cars, and even medical implants. Today's designers need a...
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