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  • Podcasts // Nov 2013

    Using Every Pixel to Visualize Big Data

    In this podcast, the speaker will discusses some favorite examples of big data visualizations and show the users' how rendering every pixel can be an effective tool for analysis. The speaker also discusses the tools and architectural considerations necessary to create these visualizations for the users' organization.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Oct 2013

    Canary in the Coalmine: How Social Data Can Prepare Us for Big Data

    In this podcast, the speaker will discuss how organizations are addressing the challenges of social data - technological, organizational and cultural - and what it can teach the user on the road to big data.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Webcasts // Oct 2013

    The Best of Strata Santa Clara 2013: SQL on Hadoop

    The analytics and data warehousing industries are in the midst of a major period of transformation and upheaval. Since the publication nearly a decade ago of Google's seminal MapReduce and GFS papers, the presenter have witnessed the appearance of Apache Hadoop, followed closely by the arrival of batch-oriented SQL systems...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Sep 2013

    Modern Server Application Design with Erlang

    In this podcast, the speaker will explore some common application design patterns, tools, libraries, and optimizations used by Erlang developers for production systems. Erlang programmers have boasted about high concurrency, fault tolerance and high scalability.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Aug 2013

    Cloud Networking: What It Means for App Development

    In this podcast, the speaker will look at the application delivery controller's effect on the development, deployment and maintenance of applications, and web applications in particular. Starting with an overview of the evolution of load balancers into Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs), the speaker will then dive deeper into how the...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Jun 2013

    How We Build Data Mining Teams at Yelp

    Starting and growing a data science team doesn't have to be a risky proposition. By balancing long term strategy and technology goals with immediate business demands, the users' data science team can quickly become productive and enjoy sustained growth.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Webcasts // Jun 2013

    Best of Strata + Hadoop World: Moving to Big Data

    How do the users' go about setting up the objectives? What are realistic milestones? What's the role of a big data group? How do the users' measure their success? In this webcast, the presenter will deliver a practical set of tactics and strategies for the audience.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Mar 2013

    Data Visualization - The Value of Process

    In this podcast, the speaker will explain about the interactive data visualization for the web, also the speaker will introduce ideas from conceptual art, connecting them to the daily challenges faced by data visualizers working with code.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Mar 2013

    Introduction to Data Visualization with R and ggplot2

    In this podcast, the speaker will explain about the R graphics Cookbook, the users' will learn the basics of how to create data graphics using R and the popular ggplot2 package. Visualization is an essential part of a data analyst's toolkit. When the users' are in the exploratory phase of...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Feb 2013

    Engaging Audiences with Data Visualization

    In this podcast, the speaker will explain about the interactive data visualization for the web, as the speaker guides the users' through the framework of three avenues of engagement: aesthetic, narrative, and interactive.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Oct 2012

    Python for Data Analysis

    Finding great data analysts is difficult. Despite the explosive growth of data in industries ranging from manufacturing and retail to high technology, finance, and healthcare, learning and accessing data analysis tools has remained a challenge. This podcast will highlight one of the most important tools in the field - Python....

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Sep 2012

    Building Mobile Applications with jQuery Mobile: Tips and Techniques

    In this podcast, the speaker will explain about what the users' need to know to use jQuery mobile, overview of jQuery mobile features. The speaker will also explains how to get started with a jQuery mobile project and also to explore hands-on coding demonstration.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Sep 2012

    Designing for jQuery Mobile

    In this podcast, the speaker will explain about the review of UI elements that jQuery mobile builds for the users'. The speaker will also explains how to customize the appearance of jQuery mobile which includes what a designer needs to know and also to explore the jQuery mobile theme roller.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Jul 2012

    Building Offline Web Apps with HTML5

    In this podcast, the speaker will covered web storage, web SQL database, offline application cache, indexed DB, offline data sync strategies, fallback techniques for older browsers. The terms \"Web\" and \"Online\" have been intrinsically linked in people's minds. With HTML5, the web's dependency on a connection to the internet has...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Jun 2012

    How Pinterest Architected and Built Their Sharded MySQL Datastore

    In this podcast, the speakers will explain how they architected and built their sharded MySQL solution, including: UUID generation and what the alternatives were, how objects and mappings are stored, shard topology and the process of adding more capacity, caching.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // May 2012

    MongoDB and PHP

    What would happen if the users' optimized a data store for the operations application developers to actually use? They arrive at MongoDB, the reliable document-oriented database. In this podcast, the speaker explains how to build elegant database applications with MongoDB and PHP.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Apr 2012

    Manually Removing Viruses and Malware from Windows 7

    Getting a virus on the users' computer is a pain and they are becoming ever more difficult to remove. In this podcast, the speaker explains manually and safely removing viruses and malware from the users' computer without damaging their files or windows itself.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Apr 2012

    The jQuery Mobile API In-Depth

    In this podcast, the speaker will discussed about what jQuery mobile is & how it works, events and how to use them, API methods, manipulating elements and configuring jQuery mobile.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Feb 2012

    An Introduction to Ethics of Big Data

    Ethics of big data is about finding alignment between an organization's core values and their day-to-day actions in a way that balances risk and innovation. As big data brings business operations and practices deeper and more fully into individual lives, it is creating a forcing function that raises ethical questions...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Feb 2012

    Take Control of iCloud

    In this podcast, the speaker explains what iCloud can do for the users', how to deal with configuration puzzles and compatibility issues, and how best to manage the transition from MobileMe.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Feb 2012

    Using Virtualization Tools in Windows 7

    In this podcast, the speaker explains how the user can use free virtualization tools in any edition of Windows 7 to keep valuable and useful older software working in a safe and secure way.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Nov 2011

    HBase Coprocessors - Deploy Shared Functionality Directly on the Cluster

    The newly added feature of HBase Coprocessors allows the application designer to move functionality closer to where the data resides. While this sounds like stored procedures as known in the RDBMS realm, they have a different set of properties. The distributed nature of HBase adds to the complexity of their...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Sep 2011

    OpenStack, An Open Source Cloud Framework

    Open source, Devops and cloud computing, none exists without the other. The speaker guided tour of the OpenStack projects and ecosystems and also starts with the history and context of the project, then walk through the architecture and some of the tools to deploy and operate the services.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Sep 2011

    Privacy and Big Data: Is There Room for Privacy in the Age of Big Data?

    The users' know that digital data is increasing at an exponential rate driven by all the devices they use, ubiquitous networks, social media, and emerging technologies like the Internet of Things. But what is not well understood is how the components of big data, in the form of cheap storage,...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Sep 2011

    Designing Data Visualizations

    There is an increasing abundance of tools, languages, and frameworks for data visualization. But success is built upon having a good design to implement, and that requires a linear process of encoding information for visual transmission and subsequent decoding by wetware (the reader's brain).

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Aug 2010

    Programming Beyond Relational Features in SQL Server 2008

    In this podcast, the speaker covered FILESTREAM, and learns how database developers can now enjoy the native ability to store large binary objects in the file system with full transactional integrity. Also build several applications that integrate location-awareness by leveraging the new geospatial data types.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Jul 2010

    Cloud Independence with Dasein Cloud

    Dasein Cloud is an open source java API that enables write-once, run against any cloud programming. With Dasein Cloud, the users' can run the same application across any number of supported clouds without any need for a recompile. This developer-oriented webinar will demonstrate how to get started building cloud-independent applications...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Jul 2010

    MySQL Upgrades with No Downtime

    In this podcast, the speaker discusses a two-node MySQL multi-master replication setup. They will take the audience step-by-step through the process, and then uses MMM (MySQL Multi-master Manager) to manage & automate the process exposing a virtual IP address for their application to use. Then show how this architecture supports...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Jun 2010

    Effective Data Destruction Practices

    In this podcast, the speaker detailed the specifics of the data storage technology changes and how organizations can protect themselves from huge financial liabilities. Having a defined data destruction strategy not only ensures a greener environment, but also ensures that the terabytes of stored data on the hardware are completely...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // May 2010

    Cloud Computing and Security: Can't We All Just Get Along?

    In this podcast, the speaker will offer a framework to analyze security issues, and present a set of best practices toward implementing security in cloud-based applications. Security is considered the primary barrier to cloud computing adoption. Therefore, focusing attention toward minimizing security risks offers the potential for increasing cloud computing...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // May 2010

    Nullology: The Zen of Database

    Nullology is the study of the empty set. Of course, sets crop up all over the place in the database world; but the question is - and it's a crucial one - what happens if the set under consideration happens to be empty? For example, a relation contains a set...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // May 2010

    Spear Phishing: A Smarter and More Dangerous Social Web

    In this podcast, the speaker explores a future-looking forecast about targeted attacks on identity, email, and data on the internet. What happens when every ad doesn't feel like spam because of increased information sharing and improving analytics? Spear phishing is the next-generation of e-mail phishing - except citizens, companies, and...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Apr 2010

    Preparing for a Cyber Attack

    In this podcast, the speaker will separate the hype from the facts regarding ongoing foreign intrusions into government networks and the targeting of government employees. It will also provide practical advice on how to protect the users' and their organization from the actors orchestrating these intrusions.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Cloud Security Deep Dive

    In this podcast, the speakers explore a deep dive into cloud security issues and focus on three specific aspects: data security; identity management in the cloud and governance in the cloud (in the context of managing a cloud service provider with respect to security obligations).

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  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    DRBD and MySQL - An HA Match Made In Heaven

    DRBD has grown in popularity as an excellent low-cost high availability solution for MySQL. It provides synchronous replication of the users' data without MySQL having to worry too much about the details. Combined with Linux Heartbeat, and the user have automatic failover as well.

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  • Podcasts // Oct 2009

    Two Big Data Analysis Tricks for Everyone

    In this podcast, the speaker provides some useful tips for common data problems that everyone faces, including: how to enhance the users' career (and save the world) by applying the tools of data analysis to the users' problems, how to make messy data well-structured and squeaky clean, how to create...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Sep 2009

    Cloud Security & Privacy

    In this podcast, the speakers explain about cloud computing's SPI delivery model, and its impact on various aspects of enterprise information security (e.g., infrastructure, data, identity and access management, security management), privacy, and compliance. Also explain the Security-as-a-Service (SaaS) and the impact of cloud computing on corporate IT.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Jul 2009

    Cloud Computing: The Next Frontier for Open Source

    In this podcast, the speaker will touch some key issues upon open source's role in application scalability, software licensing, and cloud infrastructures, along with open source product and platforms heavily used in cloud computing.

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  • Podcasts // Jul 2009

    YQL: Select From Internet

    The Yahoo! Query Language (YQL) is an expressive SQL-like language that lets the users' query, filter, and join data across web services. With YQL, applications run faster with fewer lines of code and a smaller network footprint. With YQL, developers can access and shape data across the Internet through one...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // May 2009

    iPhone Hacking - Intermediate & Advanced

    In this podcast, the speakers focus on the iPhone Hacks, involving hardware and software development. They targeted towards people who want to do more hardware and advanced hacks involving software development.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Oct 2013

    Canary in the Coalmine: How Social Data Can Prepare Us for Big Data

    In this podcast, the speaker will discuss how organizations are addressing the challenges of social data - technological, organizational and cultural - and what it can teach the user on the road to big data.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Feb 2012

    Using Virtualization Tools in Windows 7

    In this podcast, the speaker explains how the user can use free virtualization tools in any edition of Windows 7 to keep valuable and useful older software working in a safe and secure way.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Sep 2013

    Modern Server Application Design with Erlang

    In this podcast, the speaker will explore some common application design patterns, tools, libraries, and optimizations used by Erlang developers for production systems. Erlang programmers have boasted about high concurrency, fault tolerance and high scalability.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Webcasts // Oct 2013

    The Best of Strata Santa Clara 2013: SQL on Hadoop

    The analytics and data warehousing industries are in the midst of a major period of transformation and upheaval. Since the publication nearly a decade ago of Google's seminal MapReduce and GFS papers, the presenter have witnessed the appearance of Apache Hadoop, followed closely by the arrival of batch-oriented SQL systems...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Aug 2013

    Cloud Networking: What It Means for App Development

    In this podcast, the speaker will look at the application delivery controller's effect on the development, deployment and maintenance of applications, and web applications in particular. Starting with an overview of the evolution of load balancers into Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs), the speaker will then dive deeper into how the...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Nov 2013

    Using Every Pixel to Visualize Big Data

    In this podcast, the speaker will discusses some favorite examples of big data visualizations and show the users' how rendering every pixel can be an effective tool for analysis. The speaker also discusses the tools and architectural considerations necessary to create these visualizations for the users' organization.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Jun 2013

    How We Build Data Mining Teams at Yelp

    Starting and growing a data science team doesn't have to be a risky proposition. By balancing long term strategy and technology goals with immediate business demands, the users' data science team can quickly become productive and enjoy sustained growth.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Webcasts // Jun 2013

    Best of Strata + Hadoop World: Moving to Big Data

    How do the users' go about setting up the objectives? What are realistic milestones? What's the role of a big data group? How do the users' measure their success? In this webcast, the presenter will deliver a practical set of tactics and strategies for the audience.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Jul 2009

    YQL: Select From Internet

    The Yahoo! Query Language (YQL) is an expressive SQL-like language that lets the users' query, filter, and join data across web services. With YQL, applications run faster with fewer lines of code and a smaller network footprint. With YQL, developers can access and shape data across the Internet through one...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Feb 2013

    Engaging Audiences with Data Visualization

    In this podcast, the speaker will explain about the interactive data visualization for the web, as the speaker guides the users' through the framework of three avenues of engagement: aesthetic, narrative, and interactive.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Mar 2013

    Introduction to Data Visualization with R and ggplot2

    In this podcast, the speaker will explain about the R graphics Cookbook, the users' will learn the basics of how to create data graphics using R and the popular ggplot2 package. Visualization is an essential part of a data analyst's toolkit. When the users' are in the exploratory phase of...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Mar 2013

    Data Visualization - The Value of Process

    In this podcast, the speaker will explain about the interactive data visualization for the web, also the speaker will introduce ideas from conceptual art, connecting them to the daily challenges faced by data visualizers working with code.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Sep 2012

    Building Mobile Applications with jQuery Mobile: Tips and Techniques

    In this podcast, the speaker will explain about what the users' need to know to use jQuery mobile, overview of jQuery mobile features. The speaker will also explains how to get started with a jQuery mobile project and also to explore hands-on coding demonstration.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Sep 2012

    Designing for jQuery Mobile

    In this podcast, the speaker will explain about the review of UI elements that jQuery mobile builds for the users'. The speaker will also explains how to customize the appearance of jQuery mobile which includes what a designer needs to know and also to explore the jQuery mobile theme roller.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Jul 2012

    Building Offline Web Apps with HTML5

    In this podcast, the speaker will covered web storage, web SQL database, offline application cache, indexed DB, offline data sync strategies, fallback techniques for older browsers. The terms \"Web\" and \"Online\" have been intrinsically linked in people's minds. With HTML5, the web's dependency on a connection to the internet has...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Oct 2012

    Python for Data Analysis

    Finding great data analysts is difficult. Despite the explosive growth of data in industries ranging from manufacturing and retail to high technology, finance, and healthcare, learning and accessing data analysis tools has remained a challenge. This podcast will highlight one of the most important tools in the field - Python....

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // May 2012

    MongoDB and PHP

    What would happen if the users' optimized a data store for the operations application developers to actually use? They arrive at MongoDB, the reliable document-oriented database. In this podcast, the speaker explains how to build elegant database applications with MongoDB and PHP.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Jun 2012

    How Pinterest Architected and Built Their Sharded MySQL Datastore

    In this podcast, the speakers will explain how they architected and built their sharded MySQL solution, including: UUID generation and what the alternatives were, how objects and mappings are stored, shard topology and the process of adding more capacity, caching.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Apr 2010

    Preparing for a Cyber Attack

    In this podcast, the speaker will separate the hype from the facts regarding ongoing foreign intrusions into government networks and the targeting of government employees. It will also provide practical advice on how to protect the users' and their organization from the actors orchestrating these intrusions.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // May 2010

    Spear Phishing: A Smarter and More Dangerous Social Web

    In this podcast, the speaker explores a future-looking forecast about targeted attacks on identity, email, and data on the internet. What happens when every ad doesn't feel like spam because of increased information sharing and improving analytics? Spear phishing is the next-generation of e-mail phishing - except citizens, companies, and...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // May 2010

    Nullology: The Zen of Database

    Nullology is the study of the empty set. Of course, sets crop up all over the place in the database world; but the question is - and it's a crucial one - what happens if the set under consideration happens to be empty? For example, a relation contains a set...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // May 2010

    Cloud Computing and Security: Can't We All Just Get Along?

    In this podcast, the speaker will offer a framework to analyze security issues, and present a set of best practices toward implementing security in cloud-based applications. Security is considered the primary barrier to cloud computing adoption. Therefore, focusing attention toward minimizing security risks offers the potential for increasing cloud computing...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Aug 2010

    Programming Beyond Relational Features in SQL Server 2008

    In this podcast, the speaker covered FILESTREAM, and learns how database developers can now enjoy the native ability to store large binary objects in the file system with full transactional integrity. Also build several applications that integrate location-awareness by leveraging the new geospatial data types.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Jul 2010

    Cloud Independence with Dasein Cloud

    Dasein Cloud is an open source java API that enables write-once, run against any cloud programming. With Dasein Cloud, the users' can run the same application across any number of supported clouds without any need for a recompile. This developer-oriented webinar will demonstrate how to get started building cloud-independent applications...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Jul 2010

    MySQL Upgrades with No Downtime

    In this podcast, the speaker discusses a two-node MySQL multi-master replication setup. They will take the audience step-by-step through the process, and then uses MMM (MySQL Multi-master Manager) to manage & automate the process exposing a virtual IP address for their application to use. Then show how this architecture supports...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Jun 2010

    Effective Data Destruction Practices

    In this podcast, the speaker detailed the specifics of the data storage technology changes and how organizations can protect themselves from huge financial liabilities. Having a defined data destruction strategy not only ensures a greener environment, but also ensures that the terabytes of stored data on the hardware are completely...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Sep 2011

    Privacy and Big Data: Is There Room for Privacy in the Age of Big Data?

    The users' know that digital data is increasing at an exponential rate driven by all the devices they use, ubiquitous networks, social media, and emerging technologies like the Internet of Things. But what is not well understood is how the components of big data, in the form of cheap storage,...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Sep 2011

    Designing Data Visualizations

    There is an increasing abundance of tools, languages, and frameworks for data visualization. But success is built upon having a good design to implement, and that requires a linear process of encoding information for visual transmission and subsequent decoding by wetware (the reader's brain).

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Sep 2011

    OpenStack, An Open Source Cloud Framework

    Open source, Devops and cloud computing, none exists without the other. The speaker guided tour of the OpenStack projects and ecosystems and also starts with the history and context of the project, then walk through the architecture and some of the tools to deploy and operate the services.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Nov 2011

    HBase Coprocessors - Deploy Shared Functionality Directly on the Cluster

    The newly added feature of HBase Coprocessors allows the application designer to move functionality closer to where the data resides. While this sounds like stored procedures as known in the RDBMS realm, they have a different set of properties. The distributed nature of HBase adds to the complexity of their...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Feb 2012

    An Introduction to Ethics of Big Data

    Ethics of big data is about finding alignment between an organization's core values and their day-to-day actions in a way that balances risk and innovation. As big data brings business operations and practices deeper and more fully into individual lives, it is creating a forcing function that raises ethical questions...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Feb 2012

    Take Control of iCloud

    In this podcast, the speaker explains what iCloud can do for the users', how to deal with configuration puzzles and compatibility issues, and how best to manage the transition from MobileMe.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Apr 2012

    Manually Removing Viruses and Malware from Windows 7

    Getting a virus on the users' computer is a pain and they are becoming ever more difficult to remove. In this podcast, the speaker explains manually and safely removing viruses and malware from the users' computer without damaging their files or windows itself.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Apr 2012

    The jQuery Mobile API In-Depth

    In this podcast, the speaker will discussed about what jQuery mobile is & how it works, events and how to use them, API methods, manipulating elements and configuring jQuery mobile.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Sep 2009

    Cloud Security & Privacy

    In this podcast, the speakers explain about cloud computing's SPI delivery model, and its impact on various aspects of enterprise information security (e.g., infrastructure, data, identity and access management, security management), privacy, and compliance. Also explain the Security-as-a-Service (SaaS) and the impact of cloud computing on corporate IT.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // May 2008

    The Top Five Log Analysis Mistakes

    In this podcast, the speaker will explains how to avoid the log analysis mistakes and how to get the most value out of various log files, generated by systems, applications and security devices.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Feb 2008

    Writing LINQ Queries with LINQPad

    In this podcast, the speaker explains the LINQPad querying tool that's sweeping the .NET world. This LINQPad supports everything in C# 3.0 and .NET Framework 3.5: LINQ to SQL, LINQ to Objects, LINQ to XML.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Apr 2009

    Getting Started with Amazon Web Services

    In this podcast, the speaker explains the Amazon rapid established itself as the major player in the infrastructure as a service (IaaS) domain of cloud computing. This introduction establishes a cloud infrastructure through Amazon web services.

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // Jan 2009

    Building RESTful Services with XQuery and XRX

    In this podcast, the speaker explores XRX and the use of XQuery to build RESTful services. Web services have, over the years, come to be associated with SOAP, WSDL and complex interactions. Recently, however, with advances in XML databases, the introduction of the XQuery language, the rise of XML Enabled...

    Provided By oreilly

  • Podcasts // May 2009

    iPhone Hacking - Intermediate & Advanced

    In this podcast, the speakers focus on the iPhone Hacks, involving hardware and software development. They targeted towards people who want to do more hardware and advanced hacks involving software development.

    Provided By oreilly