In this article, Alfredo Serafini, the author of Apache Solr Beginner's Guide, covers how to perform a faceted search.Read Using Faceted Search, from Searching to Finding in full
In this article by Bernardo Iraci, author of the book Blender Cycles: Lighting and Rendering Cookbook, we are going to create all the material for an iceberg. Our target is to have snow on the flat surfaces and ice on the slopes, where it is too steep for the snow to stay. Let's get started!Read Creating the ice and snow materials in full
This article written by Michael Fontanini, the author of the book Game Development with SlimDX, focuses on drawing 2D graphics using Direct2D.Read Creating a Direct2D game window class in full
This article, written by Rahul Singh Patel, author of the book Kali Linux Social Engineering, introduces social engineering and attacks that currently the industry is facing in the form of e-mail, Advance Persistent Threats (APT).
Social refers to our day-to-day lives, which include both personal and professional aspects; while engineering means a defined way of performing a task by following certain steps to achieving the target. Social engineering is a term that describes a nontechnical intrusion that relies heavily on human interaction and often involves tricking other people to break normal security procedures.Read Social Engineering Attacks in full
This article by Faisal Ghadially and Kalpit Parikh, the authors of Oracle Fusion Applications Administration Essentials, provides an architectural overview and an introduction to the technical components of Oracle Fusion Applications.Read Getting Started with Fusion Applications in full
In this article by Igor Uduslivii author of iPhone Game Blueprints we will design how a game character will appear. Game worlds have become larger and give players plenty more adventure experiences. The heightened pictorial look of the characters increases players' empathy toward their avatars, generating greater feelings of exciting.Read Planning a character's look in full