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post Mar 14 2006, 12:24 PM

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The C/C++ Journal Essential C/C++ Reading List

If you are serious about C and C++, here is the CUJ recommended reading list.
http://www.cuj.com/corner/read.htm


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post Sep 15 2006, 05:44 PM

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so which i can start first as a beginner for developers world....to know what is programming is?????
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post Oct 6 2006, 12:10 AM

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my favourite reading (more to enterprise applications) biggrin.gif ...
    Design Patterns
    Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture
    Domain Driven Design
    Expert One-on-One J2EE Design and Development
    Refactoring To Patterns


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post Dec 13 2006, 11:12 AM

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Above all skills and knowledge, I still think passion and humble attitude beats all. Skill and experience could be gained, but if you don't have the later (I also dunno what could be done about you). Of course, you must have the minimum programming foundation.

Anyway, some recommended readings
- C/C++ by Deitel or Bjourne Stroustrup (for a solid foundation in programming)
- Haven't really found a good .NET or Java book, but the Internet is always a good resource (to get a job)
- PHP - don't need a book as he help file is already very helpful (for hobby and pet project)
- Design Patterns (to make you a better programmer)
- Google (programmer's best friend).

BTW, my company is looking for .NET/Java Developer (good talent are such a hard find nowadays). As long are you feel interested and wanted to take up the challenge, visit:http://siva-my.jobstreet.com/_ads/my/jobs/2006/11/default/10/352285.htm
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post Jan 18 2007, 12:43 PM

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could anyone recommend me a good php/mysql books that i could buy from our local store?
i got some basic in c,c++,vb and html.
search a few webby, but i still think book will be better for me.

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post Jan 18 2007, 12:49 PM

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Apress - Beginning PHP and MySQL 5 From Novice to Professional

If you want to learn PHP 5 (Object Oriented) then...

Apress - PHP 5 Recipes - A problem Solution Approach


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post Jan 18 2007, 01:08 PM

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im want to use easyphp 2.0
so i will need php 5 & mysql 5

QUOTE(virtual @ Jan 18 2007, 12:49 PM)
Apress - Beginning PHP and MySQL 5 From Novice to Professional
is this book have php 5?
if yes, then where could i buy it?
mid valley book store (forgot the name tongue.gif )?

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post Feb 1 2007, 12:19 PM

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QUOTE(Andrewhajime @ Oct 19 2005, 10:22 PM)
wanna ask ....
what programming language shall i learn
i have a bit knowledge in C
which programming language i shall study deep in ???
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Well depend on the market right now. From what i know, .NET and Java are the high rating job vacancy for software development.

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post May 10 2007, 09:34 AM

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do anybody know oracle e-book ?
tks.
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post Jun 14 2007, 05:25 PM

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When I was assigned a task to use the Yahoo! User Interface libraries, YUI library, my perspective and knowledge of Javascript shifted for the better. For the first time in my life I know Javascript. For the first time in my life, I can program well in Javascript. Read these well written articles about Javascript and his YUI's blog comments and you get what I mean. Personally, this is my "Thinking Javascript".

http://javascript.crockford.com/

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post Jul 11 2007, 08:12 PM

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QUOTE(sunsuron @ Jun 14 2007, 05:25 PM)
When I was assigned a task to use the Yahoo! User Interface libraries,  YUI library, my perspective and knowledge of Javascript shifted for the better. For the first time in my life I know Javascript. For the first time in my life, I can program well in Javascript. Read these well written articles about Javascript and his YUI's blog comments and you get  what I mean. Personally, this is my "Thinking Javascript".

http://javascript.crockford.com/
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Doesn't it also relate to AJAX more or less? Instead of just Javascript.
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post Jul 12 2007, 02:34 PM

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QUOTE(anthony_yio @ Jul 11 2007, 08:12 PM)
Doesn't it also relate to AJAX more or less? Instead of just Javascript.
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For the YUI part, yes. It is more to AJAX. If my earlier statements lead you in the wrong direction, my bad. My original intention was for web developer out there to be aware that there has been so many improvement into the way we should write our JavaScript. It is important to be aware of the latest trends - unobtrusive scripts. It is important to know what methods are deprecated and what replaced them currently. The website I gave explains basic fundamentals about how the right way we should think JavaScript. If we do not have this idea in the first place, it is going to be hard. YUI is an advanced library that uses these fundamentals and it is a huge bonus if anyone can grasp it earlier. Not only YUI but other libraries too such as Prototype, Dojo, JQuery etc. No more we should look JavaScript as a script for kids. Take a look at http://www.sitepoint.com/blogs/2007/07/11/...-is-too-simple/ to see the evolution.
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QUOTE(Andrewhajime @ Oct 19 2005, 10:22 PM)
wanna ask ....
what programming language shall i learn
i have a bit knowledge in C
which programming language i shall study deep in ???
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C is good for foundation of other language.

Try out Java programming language. I am sure you will like it.

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post Sep 7 2007, 03:03 PM

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-what book is the best for building website using java?for intimidate
-book that really suitable for building web using flash?for beginner


Added on October 8, 2007, 3:57 ammy friend recommend asp for developing website...
any book n website that suitable for beginner....

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post Feb 12 2008, 09:32 PM

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The must-read for Java programmers is "Joshua Bloch's Effective Java".

If you are an integrator, do not miss out the Enterprise Integration Patterns.
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post Apr 18 2008, 01:23 PM

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plenty of ebooks here smile.gif
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post May 6 2008, 10:16 PM

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Oreily Head First Design Patterns, is a fun book to read.
finished reading it in 1and a 1/2 month, now is time to apply it.
Reccomend to read it anyway, gives u better vision on what OO can do rather than remember all the huge term like polymorphism, inheritance, composition, bla bla bla...
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post Aug 30 2008, 02:41 AM

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I Have 10 GB of various I.T E-Book!!!

Maybe i can shared that with you all. Just list the names and I am shall finding its in my PC If available smile.gif

But please buy the original book after you received the Ebook. support their author so that they can wrote more book on future.


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post Jan 15 2009, 10:44 AM

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Any JQuery Ebook ?

If you need Ruby / RUby On Rails Ebook, can exchange with me

azril.nazli at gmail.com
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post Jan 21 2009, 12:34 PM

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does you all learn C++ from book or Internet ?

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