Oracle SOA Suite Developer's Guide is a new book from Packt that guides developers to use and apply the Oracle SOA Suite 10gR3 in the implementation of SOA applications. Written by expert developers in SOA BPEL, Antony Reynolds and Matt Wright, this book walks the reader through key SOA design considerations with the help of a working example of an online auction site (oBay).Read Design, Build and Implement SOA Solutions with New Book on Oracle SOA Suite in full
In December, we decided to enable the copy and paste feature on our eBooks. Following this announcement, we received a number of suggestions from customers who would like to see the password protection removed from our eBooks as well. With the increasing popularity of reading eBooks on portable devices, the password protection was proving to be an obstacle that prevented users from doing so.
Therefore, we have taken this feedback on board and decided to remove all password protection from our eBooks with immediate effect. If you own a Packt eBook, you can download it again from your account at www.PacktPub.com; this new copy will have no password protection. We would like to thank all customers who took the time to provide us with this feedback and we hope you are pleased with this outcome.
To celebrate this announcement, Packt has made Cameron Cooper’s Building Websites with Plone eBook available as a free download.Read Packt Removes Password Protection from its eBooks in full
Implementing Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 is a new book from Packt that explores the new features and helps implement solutions in business needs. Written by experts in Microsoft Dynamics NAV, David Roys and Vjekoslav Babić, this book features real world examples that allows, businesses the flexibility to adapt to new opportunities and growth.Read Learn to Implement Dynamics NAV in a Business with New Book from Packt in full
Packt is pleased to announce a new book on JBoss. Written by Ramanujam Rao, JBoss Portal Server Development teaches developers how to build portal applications such as B2B and B2C web sites or corporate intranets, and how to develop a professional portal system using the JBoss portal server.Read Create Enterprise Portal Applications with New JBoss Book from Packt in full
Packt is pleased to announce a new book that will teach users different aspects of modern WordPress development. Written by Content Management expert and developer of WordPress plugins like Smart YouTube, Vladimir Prelovac, WordPress Plugin Development: Beginner's Guide guides users in creating and distributing their own plugins following WordPress coding standards.Read Build Powerful and Interactive Plugins with New WordPress Book in full
Processing XML documents with Oracle JDeveloper 11g is a new book from Packt that helps develop applications for processing XML documents in JDeveloper 11g quickly and easily. Written by a principal member of the NuBean software company, Deepak Vohra, this book provides comprehensive instructions on how to use JDeveloper to create, validate, parse, transform, and compare XML documents.Read Create and Process XML Documents with New Book on Oracle JDeveloper 11g in full
Packt is pleased to announce a new book on Drupal that will guide users in creating and managing their own social networking website, using powerful and feature rich social networking modules. Written by Content Management expert, Michael Peacock, Drupal 6 Social Networking will help users in promoting and marketing their website using the Drupal CMS platform.Read Build a Social Networking Website using Drupal 6 with New Book in full
Packt is pleased to announce a new book that helps design and develop VoIP telephony platforms and services through the Asterisk platform. Written by Open Source expert, Nir Simionovich, Asterisk Gateway Interface 1.4 and 1.6 Programming helps users develop voice-enabled applications using PHP and PHPAGI class library.Read Learn to Build VoIP-Based Telephony System with New Asterisk Book in full
Regroup, Retrain & Rebuild at India's Largest, Independent Summit for the Software Developer Ecosystem
Packed with premium knowledge, action plans and advice from been-there-done-it veterans, creators and visionaries, the 2009 edition of the Great Indian Developer Summit (GIDS) features focused sessions, case studies, workshops and power panels that will transform attendees into a force to be reckoned with. To be held 22-25 April 2009 in Bangalore, featuring three co-located conferences on Microsoft technologies (Apr 22), Rich Web (Apr 23) and Java (Apr 24), one exclusive day for in-depth workshops (Apr 25), a high-profile awards ceremony (Apr 25) and a generous dose of tomfoolery, this looks like being one of the key events on the Indian tech calendar for 2009.Read Regroup, Retrain & Rebuild at India's Largest, Independent Summit for the Software Developer Ecosystem in full