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Product: Book - Paperback
Title: Applied Cryptography: Protocols, Algorithms, and Source Code in C, Second Edition
Publisher: Wiley
Authors: Bruce Schneier
Rating: 5/5
Customer opinion - 5 stars out of 5
Great reading for someone who is curious about security.


Security bible. Contains indepth technical details of security protocols and concepts.



Product: Book - Paperback
Title: The Non-Designer's Design Book, Second Edition
Publisher: Peachpit Press
Authors: Robin Williams
Rating: 5/5
Customer opinion - 5 stars out of 5
You can really learn it here fast


I never learned so much from a book. I immediately re-designed some stuff that we have on hold right now and it looks so much better now. I don't need anything else.



Product: Book - Paperback
Title: JavaServer Faces
Publisher: O'Reilly
Authors: Hans Bergsten
Rating: 4/5
Customer opinion - 4 stars out of 5
Good examples


This books help me to find answers for many questions I had. The most important thing for me in book - example with multiform UI.In future version of book probably good idea to include example with RowSet and less information about servlets.Instead of servlets maybe better to see example with SVG rendering kit. Thank you very much for your book!



Product: Book - Paperback
Title: Programming C#, 4th Edition
Publisher: O'Reilly
Authors: Jesse Liberty
Rating: 5/5
Customer opinion - 5 stars out of 5
Excellent choice for anyone with a C++ background


I've been working through this book for the last week or so. After spending the last two years learning C++, COM, MFC and all things related to Windows and Microsoft Visual C++, I was leery when I started to hear the rumblings of .NET and C#. It became clear, however, that Microsoft's portion of the industry was indeed undergoing a tectonic shift. I began looking for a good tutorial and overview of the .NET framework and C#. For me, Jesse's TY C++ in 21 Days was such a good introduction to C++ that I was confident his new book would be a good investment. I am not disappointed. This book covers a lot of ground. For anyone who has programmed in another object-oriented language, this book will hit right at home. There is not much in the way of spoon feeding. The discussions and examples are short, but very insightful to the topics at hand. They're perfect for someone making the transition; probably a bit terse for a beginner. I must also commend Jesse's support for his book. His web sites for the errata and reader support for this book are helpful. He was prompt in replying to my posts. I'm finding the C# language to be very elegant and the .NET Framework to be far more convenient and object-oriented than MFC. He has succeeded in converting me to a C# enthusiast! I too will probably never look back!