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Network Know-How

Using clear language, Network Know-How guides the network novice through networking basics, covering both wired and wireless networks. Ross provides readers with enough information to set up networks in the home or in a small business without overwhelming them with unnecessarily advanced details.

Network Know-How: An Essential Guide for the Accidental Admin

John Ross

No Starch Press, 2009

ISBN 10: 1-59327-191-6

ISBN 13: 978-1-59327-191-6

US$ 29.95, UK£ 23.99

http://www.nostarch.com/networks.htm

Head First Networking

Head First Networking blends practice with theory to teach networking concepts and skills to the networking beginner. The authors take the reader from diagramming, planning, and configuring networks to monitoring performance and troubleshooting problems. Build on basics and try advanced tasks such as running a network for a high-tech haunted house.

Head First Networking

Al Anderson and Ryan Benedetti

O'Reilly, 2009

ISBN 10: 0-596-52155-3

ISBN 13: 978-0-59652-155-4

US$ 54.99, UK£ 42.50

http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596521554

Seam 2.x Web Development

After differentiating Seam from other web frameworks, author David Salter walks Java EE application developers through the creation of web applications using Seam, Facelets, and RichFaces. Readers learn how to deploy the newly designed applications to the JBoss Application Server. Each chapter builds directly on the previous ones for quick learning.

Seam 2.x Web Development

David Salter

Packt Publishing, 2009

ISBN 10: 1-84719-592-X

ISBN 13: 978-1-84719-592-0

US$ 39.99, UK£ 24.99,

http://www.packtpub.com/seam-2-x-web-development

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