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Raspberry Pi
Posted by Gavin Thomas
Robots, quadcopters, retro games machines, home theatres, motion detectors, Bitcoin farms and more

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by Russell Barnes
Open source hardware is about making everyday technology work in new and exciting ways, and Practical Arduino captures this idea wonderfully.

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by Russell Barnes
Since it allows for the development of web applications that work with all major browsers without the need for further tinkering or bug fixing, jQuery is an incredibly compelling API…

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Programming
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by Russell Barnes
A new guide to finding, repairing and preventing bugs in your code. Perhaps it’s the fact that it’s Paul Butcher’s first book that gives Debug It! its remarkable charm and conviction.

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by Richard Ibbotson
If you know very little about network security, this is the book for you. It gives a useful introduction to the concepts of black hats and script kiddies and the work of terrorists…

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by Richard Ibbotson
This book covers the subject of creativity and lateral thinking, something which often seems to be largely disregarded nowadays. How to focus your thoughts in order to work less and accomplish more…

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by Richard Ibbotson
Joomla is a very easy-to-use content management system. There’s also plenty of information on the internet about all aspects of its use. Yet this book is still very welcome, at least for those who’d like to know more about Joomla 1.5 and 1.6…

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by Richard Ibbotson
Details: Price £38.50 Author Tim Riley & Adam Goucher Publisher O’Reilly ISBN 978-0596159818 Contrary to popular belief, open source software isn’t written by a couple of disorganised hippies who live in San Jose in California. Many hundreds of thousands of people sit around using the internet to develop high-quality software. At the heart of all [...]

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by Richard Ibbotson
In the preface, the author explains that his desire to write the book came from discovering a lack of published literature on the subject…

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by Richard Ibbotson
Virtualisation has become a big industry. Large numbers of desktop machines and servers are being run in this way. So it’s not surprising that there is a high demand for more information for the end user about virtualisation and what can be done with it…

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by Richard Ibbotson
To some people the idea of parsing text data in GNU/Linux or UNIX might not sound like a worthwhile way of doing things. However, this is the kind of administrational task that a lot of system administrators and programmers perform every day of the week. Flex and Bison have proven to be more reliable and more powerful than the original UNIX tools…

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by Richard Ibbotson
Linux System Administration Recipes is an easy-to-understand problem-solving book by an experienced system administrator, says Richard Ibbotson…

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