If you don't have access to Safari or books 24x7 through other means
(e.g. work, affiliation with a public or academic library), you can
get access to a decent collection of current programming ebooks by
joining ACM, see http://pd.acm.org/ for details. A Professional
membership is $99 annually.
A couple of presenters have already added links to their presentation slides
on the Schedule page at:
Perhaps we could encourage other presenters to do this as well?
On Tue, Jun 15, 2010 at 9:32 AM, Kyle Banerjee
of the existing headings?
I hope this helps, at least a little bit. I'd be happy to answer
by factoring quality and cost) of the product(s)
available for purchase.
I don't think you have to be a current IUG member to subscribe and
post to the INNOPAC mailing list:
On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 7:04 AM, Elisa Graydon egray...@moore.edu wrote:
Unfortunately, we are no longer part of IUG. I am trying to transfer directly
on their content?
Just some Friday morning brainstorming ideas ...
On Fri, Apr 13, 2012 at 6:25 AM, Paul Butler (pbutler3) pbutl...@umw.eduwrote:
Some folks from across campus just came to my door with this question. I
am still trying
I'm not in Chicago, and I didn't see this talk, so maybe I'm way off base,
but isn't a coder a programmer, or even a software engineer? Last time I
checked, programmer/software engineer is a clear, well-established and
well-respected occupation (and generally far better paid than most
I wrote a little app in PHP to address this exact problem. I wrote it to
work the the LibraryH3lp webchat service, but the code could probably be
adapted to another context. You can download the source code and
instructions here: http://shirley.alptown.com/SOS_Button.zip
This post belongs in the code4lib journal ...
On Wed, Jan 29, 2014 at 3:00 PM, Andrew Anderson and...@lirn.net wrote:
When OCLC first announced their purchase of EZproxy, we started a low
priority research project to see what the alternatives were a few years
ago, and what it would
On Tue, Jun 7, 2016 at 2:37 PM, Terry Reese wrote:
> >> Fiscal agents are ultimately responsible for the contracts they are
> >> going to be signing. In the case of this conference, that is easily
> well over $200K.
> I think that this is the first
The reality is that to do a really good job of driving users to the
available resources, you need to categorize databases by both subjects AND
departments/courses. These are overlapping but distinct facets that reflect
different ways that users can approach locating resources relevant to their
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