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Jolt Awards: Productivity Award 2

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
August 03, 2010

And a Productivity Award goes to... - Jolt Awards

Cooking for Geeks Book Review

Dr. Dobb's JournalMike Riley
July 31, 2010

While O'Reilly is known for their technical programming titles, they occasionally publish a book that's tangentially outside of their typical content sandbox. Some of these experiments turn out to be highly entertaining and informative surprises (such as John Graham-Cumming excellent Geek Atlas), while others don't quite hit the intended mark. Where does Jeff Potter's Cooking for Geeks land? Read on to find out. - Tools

3M's Multi-touch Monitor

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
July 15, 2010

Programming the M2256PW 22-inch display for a next-gen user experience - .NET

Beautiful Visualization Book Review

Dr. Dobb's JournalMike Riley
July 10, 2010

With the computing world increasingly amassing huge data warehouses, quickly ascertaining the numbers collected would be a considerable undertaking without ways to visualize the associations such data collections represent. There is a subtle art behind visualization that makes this representational task successful. Does O'Reilly's latest book in their "Beautiful" series help readers understand and implement this craft in their own visualization projects? Read on to find out. - Tools

Getting Started with Processing Book Review

Dr. Dobb's JournalMike Riley
June 30, 2010

Processing is a simple object oriented language well suited for cross-platform graphic manipulation and data visualization. The development environment is identical to the Arduino IDE, which bases its own language on Processing's syntax. Does the book, written by the designers of Processing, successfully encourage readers to pursue the language further? Read on to find out. - Tools

The Arrayent Internet-Connect Development Kit

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
June 28, 2010

Embedded systems meet the cloud - Embedded Systems

Enterprise Development with Flex Book Review

Dr. Dobb's JournalMike Riley
June 17, 2010

O'Reilly has been on a Flex fixation, with Enterprise Development with Flex being their second Flex book publishing in the last few months. Two weeks ago, I reviewed O'Reilly's Flex 4 Cookbook, a "must-have" title for Flex developers. Does Enterprise Development with Flex match this categorization? Read on to find out. - Tools

The Jolt Awards: We're Back!

Dr. Dobb's JournalJonathan Erickson
June 09, 2010

I'm happy to announce that the Jolt Awards are back! Granted in a slightly different format, but the goal -- and the judges and categories -- are the same: The Jolt Product Excellence Awards recognize the most innovative, trend-making, ahead-of-the-curve products. Jolt Award winners are the software products, books and technologies that developers should be using today.

- Jolt Awards

Mathematica Cookbook Review

Dr. Dobb's JournalMike Riley
June 07, 2010

Those familiar with my review of Mathematica 7 know how much respect I have for this extremely powerful application. However, harnessing all that Mathematica has to offer can be a time consuming investment given its elite status among its brilliant user community. Fortunately, O'Reilly has recently published a book of hints, tips and best practices that aspires to put the rest of us in the camp of enlightenment. Does it achieve this lofty goal? Read on to find out. - Tools

Flex 4 Cookbook Book Review

Dr. Dobb's JournalMike Riley
June 02, 2010

Adobe has been getting beat up lately as a consequence of Apple's feud with Flash. As such, the future of Flash-based applications may be murky at the moment, though this may change as Flash-powered Android phones and tablets become more pervasive. For those dedicated Flash and Flex developers who are committed to the platform regardless of what Apple says, the Flex 4 Cookbook may be just the thing to elevate Flex apps from mediocre apps to polished programs. Do the recipes in this book deliver the goods? Read on to find out. - Tools

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