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  • Book Review: Web Form Design

    Web forms are the one thing that consistently stand between the customer and the product, as well as between companies and their profits. If the web form proves successful, the customer receives his product and the company, their money.

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  • Book Review: Mental Models

    Quantifying design is a concept that many consider blasphemous. Yet, we realize that the value of design is under scrutiny.

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  • Released: Building Publishing Sites SharePoint 2007

    We told you at the beginning of April of the upcoming release of Andrew Connell's book on SharePoint. Well we finally found it available at almost all book retailers. Called Professional SharePoint 2007 Web Content Management Development: Building Publishing Sites with Office SharePoint Server 2007, the 456 page book

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  • eZ Press: eZ Publish Advanced Content Management

    Our friends at eZ Publish are coming at you with their latest offering, eZ Publish Advanced Content Management. It's a book that caters to the needs of content managers and webmasters, offering a comprehensive and advanced guide to managing content with open source eZ Publish Enterprise CMS.

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  • Visual Design with Creating DotNetNuke Skins Book

    If you are one of those developers who likes both Microsoft and open source, then you are probably already familiar with the DotNetNuke application framework. If you are then Packt Publishing has just released a book you might be interested in called DotNetNuke Skinning Tutorial. DotNet Who? Remember Microsoft's

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  • Cabinet NG Provides CNG-Books for QuickBooks

    Cabinet NG, a company that specializes in automated document management and workflow solutions for small enterprise businesses, has launched CNG-Books 6.0 document management software for Intuit's QuickBooks. Built on the .NET platform, CNG-Books 6.0 incorporates Microsoft SQL database features recently added to CNG-SAFE 6.0.

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  • O'Reilly Wants Us to Understand Web 2.0 Strategy

    Have we learned all we need to know about Web 2.0 and how it impacts our organizations? O'Reilly thinks not and so has decided to enlighten us with a new book on the subject: Web 2.0: A Strategy Guide -- Business Thinking and Strategies Behind Successful Web 2.0 Implementations The

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  • Getting Fast with Steve Souders

    Spend forty-five minutes with Steve Souders and you too can have Even Faster Web Sites. That's the plan anyway. O'Reilly Media presents a free webcast with the author of High Performance Web Sites and former Chief Performance Yahoo!, Steve Souders.

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  • Packt Releases A Drupal Update of its Own

    Drupal 6 was released in February, which means there's a lot more learning to do for users adopting this latest CMS platform. Luckily, the folks at Packt Publishing are on it with their update to David Mercer's best selling Drupal 4.7 book: "Building powerful and robust websites with Drupal 6".

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  • Book: Building Publishing Sites with SharePoint

    If you are a religious SharePoint follower then you've heard of Andrew Connell -- known best as the expert on Web Content Management with SharePoint 2007. Well Andrew and a team of other SharePoint experts have been hard at work writing a new book: Professional Professional SharePoint 2007 Web Content Management Development: Building Publishing Sites with Office SharePoint Server 2007 and it's finally finished and getting

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  • Safari Books Online Gets Packt Publishing eBooks

    Speaking of Packt Publishing, Safari Books Online, provider of digital libraries, announced an agreement with the publishing company to make Packt’s books and other technical publications available online to corporate and individual library subscribers.

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  • Packt Gives Over US$ 100k to Open Source Projects

    Packt (pronounced Packed), published its first book in April 2004. From then on, they began to publish books on specific technologies and solutions, allowing developers and administrators to adapt and customize today's systems, applications and frameworks.

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  • LibreDigital Brings Book "Mashups" to Publishing World

    It used to be that you had to be a living legend or a deceased author before an anthology of your work could be assembled. In addition, it used to be that a first edition copy was a rare and coveted find. Well, thanks to Web 2.0, the rules

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  • WordClay Molds a new Book Publishing Site

    From the Annals of Anyone Can be a Writer comes a new launch from WordClay - a do-it-yourself book publishing Web site. After completing a beta period that enrolled 5,000 book projects, they initiated a general availability launch last week.

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