Jumat, 30 Januari 2009

Thinking In Java version of Bruce Eckel's


Thinking in Java is a printed version of Bruce Eckel's online materials that provides a useful perspective on mastering Java for those with previous programming experience. The author's take on the essence of Java as a new programming language and the thorough introduction to Java's features make this a worthwhile tutorial.
Thinking in Java begins a little esoterically, with the author's reflections on why Java is new and better. (This book's choice of font for chapter headings is remarkably hard on the eyes.) The author outlines his thoughts on why Java will make you a better programmer, without all the complexity. The book is better when he presents actual language features. There's a tutorial to basic Java types, keywords, and operators. The guide includes extensive source code that is sometimes daunting (as with the author's sample code for all the Java operators in one listing.) As such, this text will be most useful for the experienced developer.
The text then moves on to class design issues, when to use inheritance and composition, and related topics of information hiding and polymorphism. (The treatment of inner classes and scoping will likely seem a bit overdone for most readers.) The chapter on Java collection classes for both Java Developer's Kit (JDK) 1.1 and the new classes, such as sets, lists, and maps, are much better. There's material in this chapter that you are unlikely to find anywhere else.
Chapters on exception handling and programming with type information are also worthwhile, as are the chapters on the new Swing interface classes and network programming. Although it adopts somewhat of a mixed-bag approach, Thinking in Java contains some excellent material for the object-oriented developer who wants to see what all the fuss is about with Java.

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Introduction to Globalization and Business


Barbara Parker “Introduction to Globalization and Business: Relationships and Responsibilities”

What is globalization? How have the world economies changed in recent years? What impact do these changes have on business and management practice? Through creative use of examples, case studies and exercises from organizations worldwide, this book demonstrates the many levels at which globalization impacts on contemporary businesses, society and organizations and elucidates the ways in which different globalization trends and factors interrelate.
Focusing on an integrated approach to understanding the effects of global trends such as new technologies, new markets, and cultural and political changes, the book enables students to understand the wider implications of globalization and apply this to their study and comprehension of contemporary business and management.

Each chapter:
- opens with a short and current case which introduces the key concepts covered in that chapter
- provides an overview of chapter objectives to allow the student to navigate easily
- illustrates the chapter concepts with useful boxed examples
- concludes with a review of the key chapter concepts learnt
- provides a series of review and discussion questions
- offers ‘Global Enterprise Project’ assignments for applying course concepts to the same company
- gives up-to-date references from many sources to direct student’s further reading.


Rabu, 28 Januari 2009

Hacker Highschool Security Awareness For Teens


Lesson 1: Being A hacker
Lesson 2: Basic Commands in Linux And Windows
Lesson 3: Ports and Protocols
Lesson 4: Services And Connections
Lesson 5: system Identifications
Lesson 6: Malware
Lesson 7: Attack Analysis
Lesson 8: Digital Forensics
Lesson 9: E-mail Security
Lesson 10: Web Security And Privacy
Lesson 11: Passwords
Lesson 12: Internet Legalities And Ethics

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