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New Publications Available for Fall 2003

Simply Java™ Programming

Simply Java™ Programming An APPLICATION DRIVEN Tutorial Approach demonstrates the power of object-oriented, event-driven programming in Java.

We explore Java concepts in the context of interesting, real-world applications such as: Web-Based Bookstore, ATM, Phone Directory, Car Payments, Billing, Flag Quiz, Fundraiser, Graphics Painter, Inventory, Investment Interest, Wage Calculator, Microwave Oven, Screen Scraper, Security Panel, Shipping Hub, Ticket Ordering, Typing Skills Developer, Drawing Shapes and more.

Key topics discussed include the Java Class Library , GUI components (JButtons, JTextFields, JLists, Timers, JComboBoxes, JCheckBoxes, JRadioButtons, JMenus, JTextAreas, JSpinners and others), event handling, debugging, algorithms, pseudocode, UML™, control statements, methods, random-number generation, arrays, classes, objects, inheritance, polymorphism, interfaces, collections, mouse and keyboard events, strings, sequential-access files, database, graphics, multimedia, GUI design, 3-tier Web application development, iterators, ArrayLists, JSP, HTML and more.

Comments from Pre-Publication Reviewers:

"This book is a wonderful way to get started in Java for those who learn best by doing; you don't just read about language constructs, you build modern computer applications that demonstrate them as you follow the step-by-step tutorials."
~
Paul Mclachlan, Compuware Corporation
"A great choice for business computing students—lots of sample programs and programming problems. Swing applications are integrated from the beginning and the book focuses on problem-solving logic."
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Merrill Parker, Information Systems Technology, Chattanooga State
"What especially impresses me about this text is the absolutely wonderful set of exercises that the authors have included to motivate students to learn programming. I'm really looking forward to using this text in the classroom."
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Ed Weihrauch, Community College of Allegheny County
"The seamless integration of UML, object-oriented programming and design, and GUI concepts make this text an excellent choice for introductory programmers looking for a springboard into advanced technologies."
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Gavin T. Osborne, Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology
"A terrific book appropriate for any Java IDE—it doesn't flinch at the challenging concepts behind object-oriented programming in Java, yet it takes students through step-by-step in a straightforward, readable style." 
~
Catherine Wyman, Senior Professor, DeVry University
"A student who had missed my classes on arrays was having a hard time, so she borrowed Tutorial 8 as I was reviewing your draft manuscript. She came back and said she understood arrays. She is very excited about the book."  
~
Craig W. Slinkman, University of Texas, Arlington

 

Available Now!

 Key features of this textbook include:

  • Step-by-step tutorials show how to build and run complete applications, using a template, from start to finish

  • Deitel® signature Live-Code approach presents programming concepts using complete working applications

  • APPLICATION-DRIVEN design includes 32 tutorials and 145 real-world applications

  • Full-color presentation, including syntax coloring, code highlighting, callouts and extensive comments

  • Skills summaries

  • Tips for improving reliability, performance and usability

  • Debugging sections and exercises that teach using the Java command-line debugger (JDB)

  • UML activity diagrams replace flowcharts

  • Key terms sections in every tutorial and a comprehensive glossary at the end of the book

  • Ten additional multiple-choice questions per tutorial plus, "What does this code do?" and "What's wrong with this code?" exercises, and four real-world application exercises  including a Programming Challenge.

  • Multi-level index

  • Self-review multiple-choice questions  and answers for immediate feedback after each section

Simply Java™ Programming An Application-Driven Tutorial Approach

ISBN: 0131426486
© 2004
pages: 971

Table of Contents
Preface

 

Sample Tutorials:
Tutorial 4: Completing the Inventory Application: Introducing Programming
Tutorial 15: Craps Game Application: Introducing Random Number Generation and the JPanel
Tutorial 27: Drawing Shapes Application: Introduction to Polymorphism; an Expanded Discussion of Graphics

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  • GUI Design Guidelines and a Java Library Reference are highlighted in each tutorial and as appendices for easy reference

  • Instructor's resources, including PowerPoint slides, Test-Item File, Solution's Manual, Companion Web site questions and other support Web sites with up-to-date information on the book (www.deitel.com and www.prenhall.com/deitel)

Simply Visual Basic .NET 2003

Available for Fall 2003 Courses!

Simply Visual Basic® .NET 2003 An APPLICATION-DRIVEN Tutorial Approach  (Visual Studio .NET® 2003 Edition)

Focus of the Book
Our goal was clear: Produce a Visual Basic .NET textbook for introductory-level courses in computer programming aimed at students with little or no programming experience. This book combines the DEITEL® signature LIVE-CODE  Approach with an APPLICATION-DRIVEN methodology, in which readers build real-world applications that incorporate Visual Basic .NET programming fundamentals. Using a step-by-step tutorial approach, readers begin learning the basics of programming and each successive tutorial builds on the readers’ previously learned concepts while introducing new programming features. Learn GUI design, controls, methods, functions, data types, control statements, procedures, arrays, object-oriented programming, strings and characters, sequential files and more in this comprehensive introduction to Visual Basic .NET. We also include higher-end topics such as database programming, multimedia and graphics and Web applications development. After mastering the material in this book, students will be able to program in Visual Basic .NET and to employ many key capabilities of the .NET platform.

Up-to-date with Microsoft’s latest release of Visual Studio—Visual Studio .NET 2003, which includes an updated version of Visual Basic .NET. We have rebuilt every application in this book using the 2003 software. All applications and solutions have been fully tested and run on this new platform.

 

 Coming in August!

 This updated edition contains many new features
 including:

  • Updated screen captures and line numbers to match Visual Studio .NET 2003

  • Book includes Microsoft Visual Basic .NET 2003 Standard Edition software, which you can use to run all the applications provided in the text [Note: This shrink-wrapped product is available for academic markets only.]

  • Step-by-step tutorials show how to build and run complete applications, from start to finish

  • APPLICATION-DRIVEN design includes 32 tutorials and 100+ exercises on real-word applications

  • Full-color presentation, including syntax coloring, code highlighting, callouts and extensive comments

  • Tips for improving reliability, performance and usability of your applications

  • Deitel® signature Live-Code approach presents programming concepts using complete working applications

  • Debugging sections and exercises that teach the Visual Studio 2003 .NET Debugger

  • Graphics and multimedia-rich content

  • UML activity diagrams replace flowcharts

  • Key terms sections in every tutorial and a comprehensive glossary at the end of the book

  • Self-review multiple-choice questions  and answers for immediate feedback after each section

Simply Visual Basic® .NET 2003 An Application-Driven Tutorial Approach

ISBN: 0131426400
© 2004
pages: 886

Table of Contents
Preface


Sample Tutorials
:
Tutorial 7: Wage Calculator Application: Introducing Algorithms, Pseudocode and Program Control
Tutorial 17: Flag Quiz Application: Introducing One-Dimensional Arrays and ComboBoxes
Tutorial 27: Phone Book Application: Introducing Multimedia Using Microsoft Agent
Tutorial 29: Bookstore Application Client Tier: Introducing Web Controls

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  • Special sections on GUI Design Guidelines and on Controls, Events, Properties and Methods are highlighted in each tutorial and as appendices for easy reference

  • Ten additional multiple-choice questions at the end of every tutorial, plus "What does this code do?" and "What's wrong with this code?" exercises, and four programming exercises all focused on real-world applications, including a "Programming Challenge"

  • Multi-level index

  • Skills summaries

 

C How to Program, 4/e

New Revision Available Now!

The Fourth Edition of the world's most widely used C textbook carefully explains C and presents significant treatments of C++ and Java with over 13,000 lines of code.

Just Published!

This textbook introduces five of today's most popular programming paradigms—procedural, object-based, object-oriented, generic and event-driven programming.

Key topics include:

  • C control statements/functions

  • C arrays/pointers/linked data structures

  • C character and string processing

  • C structure/unions/bit manipulation

  • C formatted input/output and files

  • C enumerations/preprocessor

  • Procedural programming (in C)

  • Classes and objects (C++ and Java)

  • Inheritance/polymorphism (C++ and Java)

  • Generic programming (C++ templates)

  • Graphics, GUI and multimedia (in Java)

  • Event-driven programming (in Java)

C How to Program, 4/e helps students build C, C++ and Java applications. It includes:

  • Hundreds of complete programs with screen captures that show exact outputs

C How to Program, 4/E

ISBN: 0131426443
© 2004
pages: 1255

Table of Contents
Preface


 

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  • Extensive exercises (some with answers) accompanying each chapter

  • Syntax-colored code that distinguishes comments, keywords and constants

  • Code highlighting that emphasizes new elements in each complete program

  • Hundreds of tips, recommended practices and cautions—all marked with icons. These include Good Programming Practices, Software Engineering Observations, Performance Tips, Portability Tips, Look-and-Feel Observations, Error-Prevention Tips and Common Programming Errors.


Visual C++ .NET How to Program

Available for Fall 2003 Classes!

This new book in our How to Program Series carefully explains how to use Visual C++ .NET—one of the primary languages in Microsoft's .NET initiative—as a general-purpose programming language, and how to develop multi-tier, client/server, database-intensive, Internet- and Web-based applications using the Visual C++ .NET managed extensions.

Coming in August!

This textbook discusses topics you need to build complete .NET, Web-based applications.

Key topics include:

  • .NET Introduction/IDE/debugger

  • ASP .NET Web services

  • Control statements/methods/properties

  • Classes/data abstraction

  • OOP/inheritance/polymorphism

  • Arrays/data structures/collections

  • Assemblies/namespaces/exceptions

  • GUI/forms/controls/events/delegates

  • Database/ADO .NET/SQL

  • XML/XSLT™/DOM™

  • Multithreading/networking/client-server

  • Files/streams/strings/regular expressions

  • Operator Overloading

  • Multimedia/graphics/GDI+

Visual C++ How to Program includes extensive pedagogic features:

  • Hundreds of complete programs with screen captures that show exact outputs

  • Extensive exercises (some with answers) accompanying each chapter

  • Syntax-colored code that distinguishes comments, keywords and constants

Visual C++ .NET How to Program

ISBN: 0134373774
© 2004
pages: 1344

Table of Contents

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  • Code highlighting that emphasizes new elements in each complete program

  • Hundreds of tips, recommended practices and cautions—all marked with icons. These include Good Programming Practices, Software Engineering Observations, Performance Tips, Portability Tips, Look-and-Feel Observations, Error-Prevention Tips and Common Programming Errors.

  • Book includes Microsoft Visual C++ .NET 2003 Standard Edition software, which you can use to run all the applications provided in the text [Note: This shrink-wrapped product is available for academic markets only.]


Java in the Lab to Accompany Java How to Program, 5/E

Available Now!

Java in the Lab is designed to accompany the textbook, Java How to Program, 5/e and the optional, interactive CD-ROM-based Java Multimedia Cyber Classroom, 5/e, in a laboratory environment. This suite of course materials offers hundreds of exercises that cover introductory and intermediate Java programming concepts by enabling students to "learn by doing"—a core teaching philosophy of Deitel & Associates, Inc. [Note: We are creating additional labs for the other chapters in Java How to Program, 5/E. These labs will be available Fall 2003. Contact us for additional information.]

Just Published

Each chapter of the lab manual includes carefully constructed activities designed for a two-hour, closed laboratory experience. Each of the 13 chapters in the lab manual corresponds to its respective chapter in Java How to Program, 5/e so that the lab activities reinforce concepts presented in lecture and in the textbook.

Key features include:

  • Prelab Activities that prepare students for the lab exercises, including:

    - Matching questions

    - Fill-in-the blank questions

    - Short answer questions

    - Programming-output questions

    - Correct-the-code exercises

  • Lab Exercises require students to immerse themselves in Java by programming, entering, testing and modifying Java programs. These exercises include:

    - Problem descriptions

    - Sample outputs

    - Problem-solving tips

    - Follow-up questions and activities

Java in the Lab to Accompany Java How to Program, 5/E

ISBN: 0131016318
© 2004
pages: 486

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  • Postlab Activities offer additional coding exercises and substantial programming problems that can further the students' understanding of the material

  • Deitel® signature Live-Code approach is used to present concepts and examples in the context of complete, working programs, and this manual’s lab exercises extend this teaching methodology by allowing students to create their own working programs.

Coming Soon! We are currently working on additional lab manuals, including:

- High-end lab manual for Chapters 14 through 25 to accompany Java How to Program, 5/E

- Visual Basic .NET in the Lab: Lab Manual to Accompany Visual Basic .NET How to Program, 2/E.

Contact us for additional information on these additional lab manuals.

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Simply C#

Coming in Fall 2003!

Focus of the Book
This book combines the DEITEL® signature LIVE-CODE  Approach with an APPLICATION-DRIVEN methodology, in which readers build real-world applications that incorporate C# programming fundamentals. Using a step-by-step tutorial approach, readers begin learning the basics of programming and each successive tutorial builds on the readers’ previously learned concepts while introducing new programming features. Learn GUI design, controls, methods, functions, data types, control statements, procedures, arrays, object-oriented programming, strings and characters, sequential files and more in this comprehensive introduction to C#. We also include higher-end topics such as database programming, multimedia, graphics and Web applications development. After mastering the material in this book, students will be able to program in C# and to employ many key capabilities of the .NET platform.

The textbook is up-to-date with Microsoft’s latest release of Visual Studio—Visual Studio .NET 2003, which includes an updated version of Visual C# .NET (or just C#). We have built every application in this book using the 2003 software. All applications and solutions have been fully tested and run on this new platform.

Coming Soon!

This textbook in the Deitel Simply...Series contains many new features including:

  • Screen captures and line numbers that match Visual Studio .NET 2003

  • Book includes Microsoft Visual C# .NET 2003 Standard Edition software, which you can use to run all the applications provided in the text [Note: This shrink-wrapped product is available for academic markets only.]

  • Step-by-step tutorials show how to build and run complete applications, from start to finish

  • APPLICATION-DRIVEN design includes 32 tutorials and 100+ exercises on real-word applications

  • Full-color presentation, including syntax coloring, code highlighting, callouts and extensive comments

  • Tips for improving reliability, performance and usability of your applications

  • Deitel® signature Live-Code approach presents programming concepts using complete working applications

  • Debugging sections and exercises that teach the Visual Studio 2003 .NET Debugger

  • Graphics and multimedia-rich content

  • Key terms sections in every tutorial and a comprehensive glossary at the end of the book

  • Multi-level index

Simply C#

ISBN: 0131426419
© 2004
pages: 900

Table of Contents
 

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  • UML activity diagrams replace flowcharts

  • Self-review multiple-choice questions  and answers for immediate feedback after each section

  • Special sections on GUI Design Guidelines and on Controls, Events, Properties and Methods are highlighted in each tutorial and as appendices for easy reference

  • Ten additional multiple-choice questions at the end of every tutorial, plus "What does this code do?" and "What's wrong with this code?" exercises, and four programming exercises all focused on real-world applications, including a "Programming Challenge"

  • Skills summaries


Internet & World Wide Web How to Program, 3/e

Internet and World Wide Web How to Program, 3/e introduces students with little or no programming experience to the exciting world of Web-based applications. We are producing a comprehensive book that teaches the fundamentals needed to program on the Internet. We provide in-depth coverage of introductory programming principles, various markup languages (XHTML, Dynamic HTML and XML), several scripting languages (JavaScript, VBScript, Perl, Python, PHP, ColdFusion and Flash ActionScript), Web servers (IIS and Apache) and relational databases (MySQL) – all the skills and tools needed to create dynamic Web-based applications. New in this edition are chapters on Macromedia ColdFusion and Macromedia Dreamweaver. We provide hundreds of LIVE-CODE examples of real applications throughout the book and on the accompanying CD, allowing readers to run the applications and see and hear the outputs. We instruct readers about incorporating multimedia into Web pages and Web-based applications to enhance the presentation of online content. Chapters on e-Business and Accessibility for people with disabilities expose the readers to a wide range of other topics associated with building robust applications on the Internet. After mastering the material in this book, students will be well prepared to build real-world, industrial-strength, Web-based applications.

Coming Fall 2003!

This revision of our top-selling Internet & World Wide Web textbook contains discussion of the following key topics:

Client-Side Technologies

  • JavaScript

  • XHTML/CSS

  • DHTML

  • XML

  • NEW! Macromedia Flash MX

  • NEW! Macromedia Dreamweaver

  • PhotoShop Elements 2.0

  • Multimedia: Audio, Video, Speech Synthesis and Recognition

Server-Side Technologies

  • NEW! Macromedia ColdFusion

  • ActiveServer Pages (ASP) .NET

  • Web Servers

  • Databases: SQL, MySQL, DBI and ADO

  • PHP

  • Perl and CGI

  • Python

NEW EDITION! Internet & World Wide Web How to Program, 3/E

ISBN: 0131450913
© 2004
pages: 1200 + bonus material on the CD

Table of Contents
 

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  • VBScript

  • Servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP)

Other Topics

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 and Internet Tools

  • CD that accompanies book contains 8 bonus chapters on accessibility, e-Business & e-Commerce, Python, DHTML, VBScript and more.


Operating Systems, 3/E

Operating Systems, 3/E is intended primarily for one- and two-semester operating systems courses (in the most recent ACM curriculum) that universities offer to juniors, seniors and graduate students in computer science. Operating systems designers and systems programmers will find the text useful as a reference source as well.

The focus on current technologies and problems in distributed computing makes this book unique from the competition. This text reflects the increasing influence of the Internet on all aspects of computing and the decreasing cost of computer systems. Many sections have been updated to reflect the evolving interaction between hardware and system software and several sections have been created to address the concerns of embedded, real-time and distributed systems.

In addition to bringing the core material of the text into the 21st century, the text features extensive case studies on the two most important operating systems today: Linux and Microsoft Windows XP. These case studies represent two different operating systems design paradigms: free, open-source development and licensed, for profit corporate development.

The text also contains charts, diagrams and illustrations and exercises. Each chapter lists extensive literature–books and papers are referenced. More than 1800 terms are highlighted in the end-of-chapter terminology sections. The book contains a 50-page glossary.

Coming Soon!

This revision of our Operating Systems textbook contains many new features including:

  • Conforms to all core requirements and most elective topics of the IEEE/ACM's CC2001 Operating Systems course requirements.

  • Abundant, rich and engaging illustrations (on the order of 300 figures).

  • 100+ page Linux case study and 100+ page Windows XP case study.

  • Up-to-the-minute case study of distributed computing, including the latest file systems and peer-to-peer protocols.

  • End-of-chapter and end-of-book Glossary, each of which presents terms accompanied by full definitions.

  • Each chapter contains a list of Web resources to supplement chapter material

  • Two-color format provides for a pleasant reading experience and clearer, more informative illustrations.

  • Two-levels of indexing for important topics.

  • Strong citations—all sources are duly credited, many are highlighted in a Recommended Reading section.

  • Engaging design breaks from the traditional black-and-white approach while maintaining clarity and consistency in presentation and discussion.

  • Pseudocode in Java-like syntax to capitalize on C/C++/Java literacy.

  • Process, memory and disk management solutions reflect current results from the literature.

  • Concepts relevant to real-time, embedded and superscalar architectures supplement the extensive coverage
    of general-purpose systems.

  • Performance chapter highlights key evaluation techniques that
    enable effective comparative analyses of operating system components.

  • Description of operating system simulators to provide instructors with valuable lab resources.
     

Operating Systems, 3/E

ISBN: 0131828274
© 2004
pages: 1200

Table of Contents
 

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  • New chapter presents an introduction to networking concepts.

  • Comprehensive security chapter presents the latest authentication mechanisms, security protocols, anti-virus software research and access control methods.

  • Complete overhaul of 2nd edition that incorporates up-to-date research, new organization of topics and
    completely new material.

  • Three chapters on distributed computing.

  • Emphasis on interactive learning through numerous diagrams, working code examples and algorithms.

  • New chapter on Threads.

  • New chapter on Multiprocessor Management.

  • Hardware chapter completely rewritten to reflect current architectural trends.

  • Numerous features on topics such as Intel® architecture and modern storage techniques.

  • New sections on thread scheduling and real-time scheduling.

  • Detailed treatment of RAID.

  • New section on interrupt processing.

  • Ancillary materials include Instructor's Manual, PowerPoint slides and author Web site.

  • Includes the vast majority of CC2001 elective topics.


Deitel e-Learning Initiatives Back to Top 

Course Management Systems: CourseCompass, WebCT, Blackboard and Premium CourseCompass

Available now!

- Looking to create an online course that includes a one-stop shop for student resources as well as  
  the ability to quiz over the Web?
- Has your school recently adopted a particular Course Management System and are you being asked
  to integrate this technology in your course?
- Teaching a computer programming distance education class and need to set up a corresponding
  course Web site?

The Deitels and Prentice Hall can help.

Select content from DEITEL® publications is available to integrate into three Course Management
Systems: CourseCompass, Blackboard and WebCT. Premium Course Management Systems
(Premium CourseCompass, Premium Blackboard and Premium WebCT) combine DEITEL® Cyber
Classroom
content and features and Companion Website resources with these popular course
management solutions.

For more information about CourseCompass, Blackboard and WebCT,  please visit  www.prenhall.com/cms.

Features of Premium Course Management Systems
  • Intuitive Browser-Based InterfaceYour students will love our browser-based interface, designed to be easy and accessible for anyone who’s ever used a Web browser.
  • Full-text searching and hyperlinking.
  • Electronic BookEach eBook in Premium CourseCompass contains
    the full text, illustrations and program listings of its corresponding How to Program or Simply Series book.
  • Hours of detailed, expert audio descriptions of thousands of lines
    of code
    help reinforce concepts.
  • With one click of the mouse, students can execute the code or save it on their hard drives to manipulate using whatever programming environment they have installed.
  • Automatically load all of the code into a development environment such as Microsoft® Visual Studio® .NET, allowing them to modify and execute the programs with ease.
  • Every code sample from the main text is included.
  • Syntax coloring of code is included
    for the How to Program books that are published in full color. Even the recent two-color books use effective syntax coloring.
Features of both Standard and Premium Course Management Systems
  • An Abundance of Self-Assessment
    Material
    Practice exams offer students hundreds of test questions with immediate feedback in addition to those found in the main text. Hundreds of self-review questions are drawn from the text, all with answers. Hundreds of programming exercises are drawn from the text, half with answers. (The main text does not contain answers to these exercises.)
  • Features to create and customize an online course such as areas to post course information (e.g., contact information, policies, syllabi, announcements, assignments, grades, performance evaluations and progress
    tracking), class and student management tools, a gradebook, reporting tools, page
    tracking, a calendar and assignments.
  • Testing programsIncludes the ability
    to create online quizzes and tests from questions directly linked to the text, and automatically grade and track results.
  • Design tools and pre-set designs
    Help you create a custom look and feel for your course.
  • Support materialsAvailable in
    print and online.

Now available in Premium CourseCompass:
   - Visual Basic .NET How to Program, 2/E (ISBN: 013179485X)

   - Java How to Program, 5/E  (ISBN: 0131027204)

Coming soon to Premium CourseCompass:

   - C++ How to Program, 4/E

   - Simply Visual Basic .NET 2003

   - Simply Java™ Programming

[Note: Premium WebCT and Premium Blackboard are available on demand. For more information, please e-mail cs@prenhall.com.]


Deitel content now available in standard CourseCompass, Blackboard and WebCT:

   - Simply Visual Basic .NET 2003

   - Simply Visual Basic .NET

   - Visual Basic .NET How to Program, 2/E

   - C# How to Program

   - Simply Java™ Programming

   - Java How to Program, 5/E

   - C++ How to Program, 4/E

   - e-Business & e-Commerce How to Program

   - Internet & World Wide Web How to Program, 2/E

For ordering information and product details, please contact your Prentice Hall representative or visit www.prenhall.com/cms.

Deitel Buzz Online Reaches Subscriber Milestone Back to Top 

Our newsletter recently received its 30,000th registration from Dr. Terence Cheung from the country of China. We asked Dr. Cheung if he would be kind enough to supply us with some information about himself and his background. Our thanks to Dr. Cheung:

Dr. Terence Cheung currently works as a Senior Research Assistant in City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR. He also works as a part-time lecturer for various courses such as Advanced Programming, Multimedia Information Engineering, Multimedia Systems and Operating Systems.
He also worked as a teaching assistant to the daytime courses of Digital Signal Processing, Multimedia Systems Applications, Electronic Circuit Design & Analysis and Network and System Administration. He will work as an assistant lecturer in another institution in Hong Kong in the coming academic year. He works mostly with C/C++, java, perl, shell scripts and Internet programming, which usually run on LAMP platform (Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP/Perl). He is also interested in networking configuration, Palm V, Search Engine as well as Interactive Education CD production.

Thanks to all our readers who have participated and made this milestone possible. We are currently at 30,500 subscribers and growing!
 

Deitel® Corporate Training Back to Top 
 
C# Programming


Interested in learning C# and .NET programming? We offer two-levels of C# or Perl Programming for programmers of all levels, including:

Introduction to C# Programming

Advanced C# Programming
 

Perl Programming

 

Interested in learning Perl? We offer two-levels of Perl Programming for programmers of all levels, including:

Introduction to Perl Programming

Advanced Perl Programming

Course Facts: 5-day, Lecture and Lab format. See course descriptions for prerequisites.
 

Cost Per Course: Introductory- and intermediate-level courses are $12,995 lecture fee + materials and instructor travel reimbursement. Advanced courses are $13,995 lecture fee + materials and instructor travel reimbursement.

To view the complete course outlines, visit www.deitel.com/training/offerings.html#net

www.deitel.com/training/offerings.html#perl
 

[Note: Our C# courses are taught from C# How to Program  and/or the Complete C Training Course. Our Perl courses are taught from Perl How to Program and/or the Complete Perl Training Course.]
 

Corporate Training Course Topics

We are happy to customize any of our courses free of charge to best fit your training needs. For pricing and course outlines, visit our Deitel corporate training Web site, e-mail us or call Christi Kelsey—our Director of Corporate Training Programs—at (978) 823-0130.

 

 

 


Coming in the Next Issue... Back to Top 

The next issue of the DEITEL® Buzz Online will include detailed information on our upcoming publications, including Internet & World Wide Web, 3/E, Operating Systems, 3/E, Simply C# and Java Software Design. Please check our Web site, www.deitel.com and the next edition of the DEITEL® Buzz Online for updates.

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