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Web Development with JavaServer Pages
Web Development with JavaServer Pages
von Duane K. Fields
  Taschenbuch

5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book for Java programmers and HTML designers alike, 5. Mai 2000
This is the first book I've seen on the market that focuses on JSP and is current with the latest spec (1.1). It presents JSPs from both the programmer and designer viewpoints and is quite readable. As others have mentioned, it is a bit verbose, primarily because it's appealing to a dual audience. Nevertheless, I enjoyed reading it and was thoroughly motivated to get my hands on Apache/Tomcat and start playing around with JSPs on my own. Manning is, in my mind, building up a healthy reputation for quality computing books (Object Oriented Perl is superb, and Swing, which I just started reading, is shaping up nicely).


UNIX Power Tools
UNIX Power Tools
von Jerry Peek
  Taschenbuch

4.0 von 5 Sternen Unix and Linux users need this book, 28. Februar 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: UNIX Power Tools (Taschenbuch)
This is easily the largest O'Reilly book I have seen, but it's worth it. It's chock full of 45 chapters devoted to nearly all topics in the Unix world. It's helpful for a wide range of skill levels. My only problem with it is that it's a bit out of date (1997), but as Unix draws on a 30 year tradition, most of the tips and tricks work as advertised on the latest Linux distros.


Effective Perl Programming: 60 Methods and Rules for Scripting Better Programs (A-W Developers Press)
Effective Perl Programming: 60 Methods and Rules for Scripting Better Programs (A-W Developers Press)
von Joseph N. Hall
  Taschenbuch

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5.0 von 5 Sternen If you program Perl, this book belongs on your desk., 16. Februar 2000
It's slim, but packed with incredibly useful knowledge. The book is organized as a number of "Issues" each of which has numerous examples and related sub-issues. This book is in the same vein as "The Perl Cookbook", but addresses problems from a more general approach, instead of "How do I do X?". This is not a book for Perl newbies, but after going through "Learning Perl" and hacking a few scripts, a beginner should have encountered some of the issues that this book addresses. The book is readable and the examples are useful. Some of the more useful, but less-understood features of Perl (map, grep are the ones I've encountered so far) are explained quite well. All in all, reading this book should take you from Perl baby-talk to Perl adulthood.


Running Linux
Running Linux
von Matt Welsh
  Taschenbuch

4.0 von 5 Sternen One of the better books on Linux, 10. Februar 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Running Linux (Taschenbuch)
I found this book to be quite helpful in setting up my own Linux box at home. I had never used Linux (and had some minor skills as a Unix user at my university), and Running Linux smoothed over quite a few of the rough spots. I did have some problems with partitioning, which neither this book nor the Redhat documentation adequately addressed. Because of that, 4, instead of 5 stars. Otherwise, an excellent general purpose book on using/programming/tinkering with Linux.


Java I/O (Java Series)
Java I/O (Java Series)
von Elliotte R Harold
  Taschenbuch

4.0 von 5 Sternen An excellent discussion of a commonly misunderstood subject, 7. Februar 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Java I/O (Java Series) (Taschenbuch)
For many programmers who started off using the command line as their primary I/O source, the Java system is a bit unusual. The simple, straightforward style of C is completely different than the various classes in Java. After reading through this book and delving into a few examples, Java's I/O classes became much clearer. The class structure makes a lot of sense, separating formatting from actual reading and writing, and allows for a great deal of flexibility. Although the author maligns the old command line style, much of the java.io package is based on streams and pipes from the Unix paradigm. This somewhat flippant disregard for the command line is my only major beef with the book. Otherwise, I found it to be very readable and handled all of the topics well.


Object Oriented Perl
Object Oriented Perl
von Damian Conway
  Taschenbuch
Preis: EUR 52,08

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5.0 von 5 Sternen No Perl library is complete without this book., 15. Dezember 1999
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Object Oriented Perl (Taschenbuch)
A top-notch handling of object oriented perl. Without a doubt, objects in Perl are a different beast from any other language, but this book handles the concepts and details admirably. In addition, some related topics (how to install a Perl module) are included. The style is very O'Reilly-like (why is this book not from O'Reilly?), right down to the humorous footnotes. The appendix covering the differences between Perl and other OO languages is superb. I only wish that Python had been included.


Perl Cookbook
Perl Cookbook
von Tom Christiansen
  Taschenbuch

5.0 von 5 Sternen This book is invaluable to the perl programmer., 15. Dezember 1999
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Perl Cookbook (Taschenbuch)
A recent web programming class I took focused primarily on Perl. The vast majority of the homework problems were addressed by this book in one form or another. I learned how to handle CGI scripts easily (without having to write cranky, half-correct parsing code myself), set up dbms for easy data storage, and even subclass existing Perl classes. My life would have been considerably less pleasant had I not had the Perl Cookbook.


Mastering Regular Expressions: Powerful Techniques for PERL and other Tools (Nutshell Handbook)
Mastering Regular Expressions: Powerful Techniques for PERL and other Tools (Nutshell Handbook)
von Jeffrey E Friedl
  Taschenbuch

5.0 von 5 Sternen Click the Button - Buy this Book!, 15. Dezember 1999
This is easily one of my most-used books. O'Reilly book are generally of the highest caliber, but this one ranks amongst the best of the best. It clearly handles the current state of regular expressions, something that many of my university classes haven't (they're still stuck in the morass of "pure" regexes). While the book is somewhat Perl centric, a host of other languages are addressed. If regular expressions have you baffled, or if you need to craft just the right regex for your application, this book is for you.


XML Bible, w. CD-ROM
XML Bible, w. CD-ROM
von Elliotte R. Harold
  Taschenbuch

5.0 von 5 Sternen Another good book from a good author, 22. Oktober 1999
Rezension bezieht sich auf: XML Bible, w. CD-ROM (Taschenbuch)
I first encountered Elliotte Rusty Harold when I read Java I/O, from O'Reilly. I really liked his writing and decided that he would go on my list of authors to look for (usually, I buy straight O'Reilly titles). I needed a book on XML to do some work for school and decided this would be the one to try. An excellent decision!! This book really helped, giving all the info I needed (at least as far as XML goes, it changes every few seconds). I highly recommend this book to others needing in depth coverage of the current state of XML.


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