Coders at Work contains interviews with 15 of the most interesting computer programmers alive today, offering a brand-new companion volume to Apress's highly acclaimed best-seller Founders at Work by Jessica Livingston.
This book takes readers through a set of interview questions programmers are likely to be asked sharing the authors insight into the key aspects of each question. By understanding these questions, readers can learn how to approach a wide array of questions more effectively.
In CTOs at Work, the authors interview many of the world's most influential CTOs, discussing with them the issues you would want to ask of them. The result is an outstanding companion volume to the highly acclaimed Coders at Work, Venture Capitalists at Work and the other books in Apress' elite At Work series.
Data Virtualization is about building on the techniques for virtualization that have been so successful in easing the management and cost of server infrastructure, and¬† extending those techniques to the virtualization of corporate data.
The age-old feud between the IT department and the rest of the organization needs to end. This book discusses how a three-pronged solution¬†to this¬†problem will make IT one of your organization's greatest assets.
Over 500 screen visuals and clear-cut instructions guide you through the features of Excel 2010, from formulas and charts to navigating around a worksheet and understanding Visual Basic for Applications¬†and macros.
What was it like when they were just a couple friends with an idea? Founders like Steve Wozniak (Apple), Caterina Fake (Flickr), Mitch Kapor (Lotus), Max Levchin (PayPal), and Sabeer Bhatia (Hotmail) tell you in their own words about their surprising and often very funny discoveries as they learned how to build a company.
Going Corporate: A Geek's Guide provides technology professionalsincluding programmers, engineers, designers, and analyststhe information necessary to make the transition from techie¬†in the trenches to project manager, mid-level manager, consultantor even CIO, CTO, or CEO.
In¬†How to Create the Next Facebook,¬†tech guru Tom Taulli crystallizes the process by which Facebook was shepherded from idea to IPO to provide a guided blueprint for budding entrepreneurs who are ready to start building their own great business.
The iPhone is cool, and the iPhone is fun, but the iPhone also means serious business. For those of you who bought your iPhones to help get your lives organized and free yourselves from the ball and chain of desktop computing, iPhone at Work: Productivity for Professionals is the book to show you how.