Book Reviews

Symfony 1.3

PHP web developers with an understanding of object-oriented design are taught how to create "Model-View-Controller-based" web applications. Powerful features can help you avoid repetitive coding tasks, integrate other frameworks and libraries, and boost performance. The authors provide a foundation for developing web apps and services then show how to decrease development time and increase maintenance ease.

Symfony 1.3, Web Application Development

Tim Bowler, Wojciech Bancer

Packt Publishing, 2009

ISBN: 1847194567

US$ 39.99

Linux Sysadmin Recipes

For the busy sys admin, Linux Sysadmin Recipes is the reference to grab when your network starts having interruptions. Kemp teaches you how to script LDAP, explains when it's best to use Perl instead of sed and awk, and shows how to keep your networks secure using Perl, bash, and intelligence. Kemp also addresses the less technical, but equally important, topics of time management, efficiency, and dealing with frustrated colleagues.

Linux Sysadmin Recipes

Juliet Kemp

Apress, 2009

ISBN 1-4302-2449-5

US$ 34.99

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