Author: Paul Graham
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Keywords: lisp, common, advanced, techniques
Number of Pages: 413
Published: 1993-09-09
ISBN-10: 0130305529
ISBN-13: 9780130305527

Written by a Lisp expert, this is the most comprehensive tutorial on the advanced features of Lisp for experienced programmers. It shows how to program in the bottom-up style that is ideal for Lisp programming, and includes a unique, practical collection of Lisp programming techniques that shows how to take advantage of the language’s design for efficient programming in a wide variety of applications.

Author: Peter Seibel
Publisher: Apress
Keywords: lisp, common, practical
Number of Pages: 500
Published: 2005-04-11
ISBN-10: 1590592395
ISBN-13: 9781590592397 has a fresh view on the language and the examples in the later chapters are usable in your day-to-day work as a programmer. If you’re interested in Lisp as it relates to Python or Perl, and want to learn through doing rather than watching, Practical Common Lisp is an excellent entry point. — Chris McAvoy, Chicago Python Users Group Lisp is often thought of as an academic language, but it need not be. This is the first book that introduces Lisp as a language for the real world. Practical Common Lisp presents a thorough introduction to Common Lisp, providing you with

Authors: Rima Patel Sriganesh, Gerald Brose, Micah Silverman,
Publisher: Wiley
Keywords: javabeans, enterprise, mastering
Number of Pages: 685
Published: 2006-07-12
ISBN-10: 0471785415
ISBN-13: 9780471785415

An invaluable tutorial on the dramatic changes to Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) 3.0 Featuring myriad changes from its previous versions, EJB 3.0 boasts a very different programming and deployment model, with nearly every aspect of development affected. Even the most experienced EBJ and J2EE developers will need to relearn how to best use EJB to develop mission-critical applications. This author team of experts has taken their combined skills in architecture, development, consulting, and knowledge transfer to explain the various changes to EJB 3.0 as well as the rationale behind these c

Author: W. Jason Gilmore
Publisher: Apress
Keywords: php, introduction, programmer
Number of Pages: 450
Published: 2000-12
ISBN-10: 1893115852
ISBN-13: 9781893115859

No matter what language you are familiar with, this book will benefit you. Beginning with a rapid introduction to PHP’s syntax and basic functionality, you will swiftly understand PHP. The book then steers you toward advanced issues, like PHP’s role in database manipulation, sessions, and user interactivity. Author W.J. Gilmore also examines how PHP can work with XML, JavaScript, and the Component Object Model (COM). He loads the book with practical examples and several projects that can be immediately incorporated on any website. The invaluable A Programmer’s Introduction

Authors: Andi Gutmans, Stig Bakken, Derick Rethans,
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Keywords: open, source, series, perens, bruce, power, programming, php
Number of Pages: 720
Published: 2004-11-06
ISBN-10: 013147149X
ISBN-13: 9780131471498

From the Back Cover"This book, written by my colleague, Andi Gutmans, and two very prominent PHP developers, Stig Bakken and Derick Rethans, holds the key to unlocking the riches of PHP 5. It thoroughly covers all of the features of this new version, and is a must have for all PHP developers interested in exploring PHP 5's advanced features"—Zeev Suraski, Co-Designer of PHP 5 and Co-Creator of the Zend Engine Expert PHP 5 programming techniques, direct from PHP 5 co-creator and key developers Definitive coverage of the PHP object model, design patterns, XML/SOAP integration, and more Solid i
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