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Glauco Márdano01/23/14
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Augmented Reality for Android Application Development

This book is very precise, and teaches the reader to develop an AR application for android from scratch. It's at the same time advanced and easy to understand, so this book is either for newbies or...

Alec Noller01/22/14
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Dev of the Week: James Sugrue

Every week here and in our newsletter, we feature a new developer/blogger from the DZone community to catch up and find out what he or she is working on now and what's coming next. This week we're talking to James Sugrue, principal front-end architect at Avego and DZone zone leader.

Simon Jackson01/20/14
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Learning Windows 8 Game Development: A Review

As the book title suggests, this is a Windows 8 title. However, it's not immediately apparent that it's a C++ Windows game development title. Yes, you can build games in XAML or even C# with MonoGame and Unity, but to get multi-platform and highly performing code, you are most likely to start looking into C++.

Antonio Elena01/13/14
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Build a Network Application with Node: Review

Packt Pub invited me to review this video offering on Node.JS, and it has been a very pleasant surprise. I was not aware that Packt was offering video-based training. This course takes about 2 hours...

Phil Wilkins01/11/14
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Book Review: Apache Camel Developer's Cookbook

This book can only be described as a very very good, authoritive guide in cookbook format for Apache Camel. I have to admit I went into reviewing this book with high expectations given the fact I've...

Fabio Radin01/10/14
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Book Review: Creating Dynamic UI with Android Fragments

The book by Jim Wilson is very clear and exhaustive about a powerfull technique of the most modern UI design approach for Android applications. The intention is really clear: to describe on a very...

Dexter Lowe01/07/14
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Book Review: Apache Kafka

When I received this book the first thing that struck me was its length. It is a very short book, weighing in at a mere sixty nine pages. Despite its brevity, it covers quite a wide range of topics....

Kai Wähner12/19/13
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Java EE 7 Developer Handbook

Java EE 7 Developer Handbook is a book for experienced Java developers, published by PACKT. Author is Peter A. Pilgrim. Content The books introduces many important Java EE 7 specifications:...

Bilgin Ibryam12/15/13
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More Apache Camel Books

It is hard to write impartial book reviews when you are the author of the first one, technical reviewer of the second one, and really like the third book, but I'll try my best with this post.

Paul Goldy12/14/13
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MDX with SSAS 2012 Cookbook

“MDX with SSAS 2012 Cookbook” has a good chapter and topic organization which starts simply, but not too simply, and builds in complexity. “Elementary MDX” sets the stage for the expected...

Trevor James12/13/13
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Drupal 7 Media

The Drupal Media module has been available for Drupal 7 since 2010. I’ve used the module on a number of sites to handle file and media configuration, display and management. It’s currently...

Vince Sesto12/05/13
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Instant Flask Web Development

The Flask web application framework is written in Python and is based on the Werkzeug toolkit, using Jinja2 to create templates. Flask is considered a micro framework as it keeps the core of the...

Dustin Marx12/05/13
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Java Server Side Programming: The Conceptual Foundation

Java Server Programming: The Conceptual Foundation is a physically smaller book than most of the other available introductory Java server programming books, but the differences from those books are...

Christian Sousa12/03/13
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Review: SFML Game Development

With 296 pages very well written, "SFML Game Development," written by Arthur Moreira, Vogelius Henrik Hansson and Jan Haller, is a new book published by Packt that teaches (without intimidating) the...

Ovais Mehboob A...11/22/13
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Reviewed Book “Learning Vaadin 7 – Second Edition by Nicolas Fränkel”

This book is a useful step by step guide that focuses on both basic and advanced concepts in the Vaadin framework. There are few small errors I found. One was in chapter one, where I found a typo...