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Ubiquitous computer book publisher with titles which cover almost every conceivable technical subject, with texts ranging from novice to expert. Wide range of resource centres on specialist technical subjects.
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The home site for the Simple API for XML open source project. SAX was the first widely adopted API for XML in Java, and is a “de facto” standard. It has now been extended to other languages including C++, Perl, Python and Pascal (with a Delphi focus).
Sams Publishing is responsible for producing leading technology books with such best-selling titles as Red Hat Linux 7 Unleashed,PHP and MySQL Web Development, and Sams Teach Yourself ASP.NET in 21 Days. Its eyes focused squarely on the technology marketplace, Sams Publishing was among the first to predict the impact Microsoft’s .NET initiative would have on the developer community and began preparing technology practitioners worldwide.
The OMG is an industry consortium aimed at delivering enterprise interoperability between systems. Best known for its stewardship of CORBA, the site contains information and resources on this subject and many other interoperability standards and initiatives. Its latest development is Model Driven Architecture (MDA) which addresses the complete life cycle of designing, deploying, integrating, and managing applications as well as data using open standards. This could well be Web Services by another name.
DevelopMentor provides training, publications, software conferences, and educational resources for developers. The site includes a number of on-line tutorials for registered users. A good starting point for self-learning on Java, XML, COM and other technologies.
DevX is an independent commercial site containing a wealth of technical information aimed at all types of IT software engineers, espcially Java, XML, C/C++, Visual Basic, and SQL. It has collected a vast number of IT specific articles, code examples and downloads and host discussion forums on a wide range of relevant subjects.
Infragistics' mission is to provide professional developers with high quality components and services enabling them to build superior applications under budget and ahead of schedule.
Altova are the developers of the XML Spy Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for the creation and management of XML documents and XSLT style sheets. Altova have also created AXAD, the Adavanced XML Application Development methodology for the management the complete XML project life-cycle.
WROX press web site with a comprehensive catalogue of titles covering just about every conceivable web development language. Downloads samples from books before you buy them. Includes articles on topical areas of web development.
As the name suggests ActiveState provides the developer with a plethora of resources on open source technologies such as Perl, Tcl, Python, PHP and XSLT. Although ASPN is a commercial site with products there is a great deal of free information including reference material, downloads for evaluation of all ASPN products and "cookbooks" containing contributed code in open source languages.
So, what if the future does not belong to .NET? Founder of Skipping Dot Net, Shane McChesney is a born again Open Sourcer and provides cogent arguments, valuable information and useful links on open source alternatives to an entirely Redmond based future.