Mcse Windows 2000 Exams In A Nutshell

Author: Michael Moncur
Editor: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 9780596000301
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Covers the Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 2000 Server, Network Infrastructure Implementation, Directory Services Infrastructure Implementation, Directory Services Infrastructure Design, Network Infrastructure Design, and Security Design (70-220) exams

Sysadmin

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Restful Web Clients

Author: Amundsen, Mike
Editor: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1491921870
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Powerful web-based REST and hypermedia-style APIs are becoming more common every day, but instead of applying the same techniques and patterns to hypermedia clients, many developers rely on custom client code. With this practical guide, you'll learn how to move from one-off implementations to general-purpose client apps that are stable, flexible, and reusable. Author Mike Amundsen provides extensive background, easy-to-follow examples, illustrative dialogues, and clear recommendations for building effective hypermedia-based client applications. Along the way, you'll learn how to harness many of the basic principles that underpin the Web. Convert HTML-only web apps into a JSON API service Overcome the challenges of maintaining plain JSON-style client apps Decouple the output format from the internal object model with the representor pattern Explore client apps built with HAL--Hypertext Application Language Tackle reusable clients with the Request, Parse, Wait Loop (RPW) pattern Learn the pros and cons of building client apps with the Siren content type Deal with API versioning by adopting a change-over-time aesthetic Compare how JSON, HAL, Siren, and Collection+JSON clients handle the Objects/Addresses/Actions Challenge Craft a single client application that can consume multiple services

React Up Running

Author: Stoyan Stefanov
Editor: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1491931795
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Hit the ground running with React, the open-source technology from Facebook for building rich web applications fast. With this practical guide, Yahoo! web developer Stoyan Stefanov teaches you how to build components—React’s basic building blocks—and organize them into maintainable, large-scale apps. If you’re familiar with basic JavaScript syntax, you’re ready to get started. Once you understand how React works, you’ll build a complete custom Whinepad app that helps users rate wines and keep notes. You’ll quickly learn why some developers consider React the key to the web app development puzzle. Set up React and write your first "Hello world" web app Create and use custom React components alongside generic DOM components Build a data table component that lets you edit, sort, search, and export its contents Use the JSX syntax extension as an alternative to function calls Set up a lean, low-level build process that helps you focus on React Build a complete custom app that lets you store data on the client Use ESLint, Flow, and Jest tools to check and test your code as your app evolves Manage communication between components with Flux

Knockout Js

Author: Jamie Munro
Editor: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1491914335
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Use Knockout.js to design and build dynamic client-side web applications that are extremely responsive and easy to maintain. This example-driven book shows you how to use this lightweight JavaScript framework and its Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) pattern. You’ll learn how to build your own data bindings, extend the framework with reusable functions, and work with a server to enhance your client-side application with persistence. In the final chapter, you’ll build a shopping cart to see how everything fits together. If you’re a web developer with experience in JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, you’re ready for Knockout. Learn how to create a ViewModel Bind HTML data and attributes, and CSS classes and styles Understand data binding in Knockout’s context hierarchy Use properties that change dynamically through user interaction Work with forms by using several different bindings Bind multiple ViewModels on a single page Extend or attach custom functions to observables Perform server-side interactions with jQuery Map a JavaScript object or apply JSON data to a new object

Learning Mcollective

Author: Jo Rhett
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ISBN: 1491945710
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Orchestrate change across server clusters in near realtime with MCollective, the framework that works in concert with Puppet, Chef, and other configuration management tools. Ideal for system administrators and operations or DevOps engineers at any level, this hands-on guide teaches you how to build and test a real installation of MCollective servers and clients in your environment. Learn how to build an entire installation by hand, know where every configuration file lives, and understand every configuration parameter and what it means. Whether you manage a small environment or one that’s immense in scale, this book shows you how to orchestrate specific actions faster and better than you do now. Tour MCollective’s architecture, backbone, transport, and security controls Configure MCollective components to match your production environment Create and use collectives to handle thousands of remote MCollective agents Use ActiveMQ Network of Brokers to resolve multi-site or redundancy requirements Learn how to use community-built client and agent plugins, with concrete examples Create your own server and client plugins to perform a variety of actions Learn recommended best practices for using MCollective

Javascript Cookbook

Author: Shelley Powers
Editor: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1491902469
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Problem solving with JavaScript is a lot trickier now that its use has expanded considerably in size, scope, and complexity. This cookbook has your back, with recipes for common tasks across the JavaScript world, whether you’re working in the browser, the server, or a mobile environment. Each recipe includes reusable code and practical advice for tackling JavaScript objects, Node, Ajax, JSON, data persistence, graphical and media applications, complex frameworks, modular JavaScript, APIs, and many related technologies. Aimed at people who have some experience with JavaScript, the first part covers traditional uses of JavaScript, along with new ideas and improved functionality. The second part dives into the server, mobile development, and a plethora of leading-edge tools. You’ll save time—and learn more about JavaScript in the process. Topics include: Classic JavaScript: Arrays, functions, and the JavaScript Object Accessing the user interface Testing and accessibility Creating and using JavaScript libraries Client-server communication with Ajax Rich, interactive web effects JavaScript, All Blown Up: New ECMAScript standard objects Using Node on the server Modularizing and managing JavaScript Complex JavaScript frameworks Advanced client-server communications Visualizations and client-server graphics Mobile application development

Programming Chrome Apps

Author: Marc Rochkind
Editor: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1491904275
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Put your web app design skills to work by learning how to create powerful and portable Chrome Apps. With this practical book, you’ll learn how to build Google’s unique apps to behave just like native apps so they can interact with hardware devices, access external files, and send notifications. Author Marc Rochkind takes you through a hands-on, objective tour of Chrome Apps, which run on any platform that supports the Chrome browser—including OS X, Windows, Linux, as well as Android and iOS. If you know how to work with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and the DOM, you’re ready to get started. Learn how to build, run, and debug Chrome Apps step-by-step Use Chrome Apps to access local files, sync files, and external files Take advantage of key-value-pair APIs, including sync storage and IndexedDB Use WebSockets, Google Cloud Messaging, and other networking methods Display graphics and images with Canvas, SVG, and the Media Galleries API Use alarms, context menus, location, the camera, Bluetooth, USB, and other APIs Publish apps to the Chrome Web Store with the Chrome Dev Editor

Introduction To Veterinary Anatomy And Physiology

Author: Victoria Aspinall
Editor: Butterworth-Heinemann Medical
ISBN: 9780750687829
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This new anatomy and physiology textbook for veterinary-related professions provides accessible, well-written coverage of this complex subject. It begins with basic information, explaining fundamental concepts and principles before moving on to discussions of anatomical structures. Content focuses on small animals, using the dog as the main example, but also includes exotic species as required for pre-veterinary nursing and veterinary medicine courses of study. The clear layout, explanatory illustrations, and In Practice tips throughout the book help readers develop an excellent understanding of the material while demonstrating how specific points relate to everyday clinical scenarios. Content serves as an excellent foundation in veterinary anatomy and physiology that explains complicated facts in an easily understood way. Extensive line drawings and radiographs illustrate key points for maximum clarity. An illustrated outline of a dog appears at the bottom of appropriate pages to highlight which part of the anatomy relates to the discussion. In Practice tips relate anatomy theory to clinical practice. The authors are both highly regarded, experienced lecturers in this subject.

Foresight For Dynamic Organisations In Unstable Environments

Author: Sandro Mendonça
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317979524
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Foresight has an especially important role in times of transition and trouble. In times of turbulence foresight arises as a tool for intellectual freedom and enhanced strategic leverage. But foresight itself is always in a continuing process of innovation as it is not detached from the changing environment that engulfs organisations. Taking stock from innovative developments in foresight methodologies and implementation experiences is relevant as new experiments have rapidly accumulated in this new century. Looking ahead calls for a review of new perspectives and recent practice on foresight methodology and on how foresight is embedded in organisations. This book brings together a sample of real-world cases and of conceptual proposals bridging between practitioners and researchers in the field of futures research. Such an ambition is an increasingly difficult balancing act as the gap between the needs of organisational leaders and the incentives of academics becomes an ever widening gulf due to increasingly specialised and self-absorbed agendas. To further this book’s goals we had the opportunity to assemble an international team of authors coming from a variety of backgrounds to provide their first-hand view from the frontier of new foresight empirical work and theoretical reflection. This book was originally published as a special issue of Technology Analysis and Strategic Management.