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- Book Review: HTML 5 - Up And Running
This book does a good job of giving the reader a head start on the new way of doing things on the Web.
- Book Review: The Art of Assembly Language, 2nd Edition
The book comprehensively covers topics from the basic libraries of HLA to advanced arithmetic, macros and string instructions.
- Book Review: MySQL Admin Cookbook
99 great recipes for mastering MySQL configuration and administration
- IIM CAT Snafu Continues - Mismanagement and Inconvenience
The first online CAT for the IIMs presented a poor showing for the institutes and the company conducting the test, Prometric.
- Book Review: The Blender GameKit, 2nd Ed.
Blender is the free open source 3D content creation suite, available for all major operating systems under the GNU Public License.
- Book Review: Android Application Development
It is now the flagship software of the open handset alliance(OHA) committed to develop open standards for mobile devices.
- Book Review: The Art of Concurrency
A thread monkey's guide to writing parallel applications.
- Book Review: The Data Access Handbook
Achieving optimal database application performance and scalability
- Book Review: SQL and Relational Theory
How to write accurate SQL code
- Book Review: Using Google App Engine
Start Building and Running Web Apps on Google's Infrastructure
- Book Review: Gray Hat Python
Python programming for hackers and reverse engineers
- Book Review: Nagios - 2nd Edition
System and Network Monitoring
This book is aimed at those who have programmed in JS and have a working knowledge of the language.
- Book Review: Refactoring SQL Applications
The book is a must have for the database practitioners and IT specialists working in this field.
- Book Review: Building Embedded Linux Systems
Concepts, techniques, tricks and traps
- Book Review: The Art of Debugging
A good book in an area where interest is difficult to inculcate due to widely dispersed documentation.
- Machiavellian Fire Fighters
It is always better to blow up the problem and then get recognition for fire fighting than to nip it in the bud.
- Book Review: Website Optimization
Speed, Search Engine and Conversion Rate Secrets
- The CFO-CIO Cross-over, Part I
The first of a series of three essays talking about the relationship between a CIO and CFO
- Book Review: Database in Depth
One of the important objectives of this book is to clarify the relational theory to practitioners.
One can almost sense “bugs” getting killed as the author goes about the discussions.
- Book Review: Beautiful Code
Leading Programmers Explain How They Think
- Book Review: The Art of Agile Development
The book introduces another way to implement the software development life cycle.
- Book Review: Head First SQL
For us South Asians, this is as close a comparison with Aamir Khan's style of delivering the goods in a honest and imaginative way.
- Five Years at Work
A rumination on completing five years of my work-life at the same company where it all began.
- Book Review: Learning ASP.NET with AJAX
Know nothing about ASP.NET? Looking to get busy with it? This is a really good book to start with.
- Book Review - High Performance Web Sites: Essential Knowledge for Front-End Engineers
This book is very useful and essential to improve the performance of your web site from the frond-end perspective.
- Mysore Dussehra: Thank God, it's over
The point here is, my niece was denied admission even after compliance with the handbag ban.
- Book Review: Designing Web Navigation
An excellent, well researched text tackles the subject of web application flow
- Book Review: The LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT Idea Book
A cookbook on building robots with Lego's bestselling Mindstorms NXT kit proves to be an excellent intermediate text.
- Book Review: Learning PHP & MySQL
A step-by-step guide to creating dynamic, database-driven web sites
- Why Elite Lower Castes Do Not Support Reservations
Even the lower caste IT engineers, who should have stood by their own kind coming from villages, do NOT support these reservations
- Book Review: Understanding MySQL Internals
Discovering and improving a great database
- In the Company of Friends: Bill Gates and Steve Jobs
A joint interview of Gates and Jobs - two of the biggest stalwarts of the computer industry - at the D5 conference