Prentice Hall Open Source Software Development Series
Arnold Robbins, Series Editor “Real world code from real world applications”
Open Source technology has revolutionized the computing world. Many large-scale projects are in production use worldwide, such as Apache, MySQL, and Postgres, with programmers writing applications in a variety oflanguages including Perl, Python, and PHP. These technologies are in use on many different systems, ranging from proprietary systems, to Linux systems, to traditional UNIX systems, to mainframes. The Prentice Hall Open Source Software Development Series is designed to bring you the best of these Open Source technologies. Not only will you learn how to use them for your projects, but you will learnfrom them. By seeing real code from real applications, you will learn the best practices of Open Source developers the world over.
Titles currently in the series include: Linux® Debugging and Performance Tuning Steve Best 0131492470, Paper, ©2006
The Deﬁnitive Guide to the Xen Hypervisor David Chisnall 013234971X, Hard, ©2008 Understanding AJAX Joshua Eichorn 0132216353, Paper, ©2007 The LinuxProgrammer’s Toolbox John Fusco 0132198576, Paper, ©2007 Embedded Linux Primer Christopher Hallinan 0131679848, Paper, ©2007 The Apache Modules Book Nick Kew 0132409674, Paper, © 2007 SELinux by Example Frank Mayer, David Caplan, Karl MacMillan 0131963694, Paper, ©2007 UNIX to Linux® Porting Alfredo Mendoza, Chakarat Skawratananond, Artis Walker 0131871099, Paper, ©2006 Rapid Web Applicationswith TurboGears Mark Ramm, Kevin Dangoor, Gigi Sayfan 0132433885, Paper, © 2007 Linux Programming by Example Arnold Robbins 0131429647, Paper, ©2004
The Linux® Kernel Primer Claudia Salzberg, Gordon Fischer, Steven Smolski 0131181637, Paper, ©2006
Rapid GUI Programming with Python and Qt Mark Summerﬁeld 0132354187, Hard, © 2008
New to the series: Digital Short Cuts Short Cuts are short,concise, PDF documents designed speciﬁcally for busy technical professionals like you. Each Short Cut is tightly focused on a speciﬁc technology or technical problem. Written by industry experts and best selling authors, Short Cuts are published with you in mind — getting you the technical information that you need — now.
Understanding AJAX: Consuming the Sent Data with XML and JSON JoshuaEichorn 0132337932, Adobe Acrobat PDF, © 2007 Debugging Embedded Linux Christopher Hallinan 0131580132, Adobe Acrobat PDF, © 2007 Using BusyBox Christopher Hallinan 0132335921, Adobe Acrobat PDF, © 2007
Rapid GUI Programming with Python and Qt
The Deﬁnitive Guide to PyQt Programming
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