Alan Simpson’s Windows Vista Bible by Alan Simpson and Todd Meister John Wiley & Sons © 2007 (1224 pages) ISBN: 9780470040300
From thorough coverage of the basics through advanced topics such as setting up security, building a home office network and DVD authoring, this book is packed with the comprehensive detail needed to get the most out of this exciting new operating system.
Beginning Expression Web by Zak Ruvalcaba Wrox Press © 2007 (502 pages) ISBN: 9780470073155
Providing expert tips and techniques as well as task-oriented examples, this guide shows you how to take advantage of all of Expression Web’s innovative features to create a memorable online experience.
Building Flash Web Sites for Dummies by Doug Sahlin John Wiley & Sons © 2006 (316 pages) ISBN: 9780471792208
Making Flash fun and easy, this friendly guide will teach you to plan your site, make it both interactive and cool, and have it up and running in no time.
Expert One-on-One Visual Basic 2005 Design and Development by Rod Stephens Wrox Press © 2007 (648 pages) ISBN: 9780470053416
Including expert tips on modeling, user interface design, and testing, this hands-on book offers proven techniques for developing even the most complex Visual Basic applications.
Hacking BlackBerry: ExtremeTech by Glenn Bachmann John Wiley & Sons © 2007 (304 pages) ISBN: 9780471793045
Use this practical, hands-on guide to discover how you can use your BlackBerry to retrieve documents, weather forecasts, and Web information; use it as a word processor or drawing tool; even control your computer over a network with it.
Internet Communications Using SIP: Delivering VoIP and Multimedia Services with Session Initiation Protocol, Second Edition by Henry Sinnreich and Alan B. Johnston John Wiley & Sons © 2006 (407 pages) ISBN: 9780471776574
Providing coverage of the newest standards, services, and products, this in-depth guide explains everything you need to build and deploy today’s SIP services, including Presence, instant messaging (IM), mobility, emergency services, and much more.
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