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Product: Book - Paperback
Title: XML Weekend Crash Course (with CD-ROM)
Publisher: Wiley
Authors: Kay Ethier, Alan Houser, Alan Houser
Rating: 5/5
Customer opinion - 5 stars out of 5
XML: Weekend Crash Course


Book Description
XML Weekend Crash Course is an excellent source for beginners and experienced users alike for learning or enhancing XML skills in just 15 hours or 30 well-thought out sessions. You will gain a thorough understanding of XML documents and learn what it takes to create working, viewable XML. XML WCC will walk you through step-by-step on how to systematically apply each task in a building block manner. As you work through each chapter, you feel as if a trainer and coach is guiding you through the process. Key areas in the text that enhance the learning experience are the Tips, Notes, Time Clock Progress Icon, Explanations of the Task, Review, and the Quiz Yourself Questions at the end of each chapter. As XML becomes ever more prevalent for applications on the Web, XML WCC is definitely a must for those who need to know how to get started in creating XML documents. What does this book cover? - Using tags to label XML content- Formatting XML documents for display in a Web browser - Building applications around XML documents- Understanding how XML documents are processed- Learning several ways to create XML documents- Learning the two major building blocks of XML documents- Taking advantage of the many tools available for validating- Attributes, uses, and benefits of DTD's (Document Type Definitions)- Learning about graphic types and options- Simple transformations with XSLT and X Path- Using CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and applying XSLT style sheets automatically- Introduction to XML schemas- Linking and querying XML documents Book Info
Offers the novice and experienced XML user a solid foundation in understanding the key attributes and the applications of XML documents. Upon completion of XML WCC, users will feel confident in their understanding, application, and future development as they move forward in XML learning. Softcover.
This book includes a CD-ROM as well. The CD-ROM contains a self-assessment test, source code for session examples, software that can be installed, and links to other useful software.



Product: Book - Hardcover
Title: IT Architecture Toolkit (Enterprise Computing)
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Authors: Jane Carbone
Rating: 5/5
Customer opinion - 5 stars out of 5
A 'Bible' for Architects


Jane's gift for teaching is apparent in this clear and concise book. Novices and experienced architects alike will find it an invaluable resource.



Product: Book - Paperback
Title: Voice & Data Communications Handbook (Standards & Protocols)
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
Authors: Regis J. Bates, Donald W. Gregory
Rating: 5/5
Customer opinion - 5 stars out of 5
There's nothing perfect in this world


I think so far, this is the most complete book ever. This book covers a thorough explaination for (almost) every telecommunication issue. Althogh maybe the book does not explain every updated issue or every topic in deep, I think this book is still the best (hey, there's nothing perfect in this world!). I think the author more concerned on a complete basic understanding rather than a thorough explaination in "every-every" topic. This book is, I think, perfect for every beginner and comfortable for every experiences.
Also, I think the author likes jokes and fun. This makes the book more interesting to read. From the book dimension, the price, and also the contents; this book is a "real deal" for everybody in telecommunication industry.



Product: Book - Hardcover
Title: Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 7th Edition
Publisher: Wiley
Authors: J. David Irwin
Rating: 1/5
Customer opinion - 1 stars out of 5
really confusing


the book is very confusing, the author jumps around without any coherent order
electronics is learned by cumulative knowledge , builing knowledge on top of base knowledge/principles, and more knowledge on top of that
but the way this book goes, you have to learn it all separately, and then waste your time trying to put it all together into a coherent whole
problems are useless too