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I wanted to review this book because I was interested in expanding my knowledge of distributed computing and learning the new models behind the buzz term " cloud computing. " This is a survey book on some of the topics that make up distributed computing and some examples of some different models. P2P and the Future Internet. I can see this being used in a(More)
Most people in the computer industry have heard of Cloud Computing. One of the big problems with Cloud Computing is that by definition the user has no idea, and should not, know where their information is being stored. This has raised a lot of information security concerns with Cloud Computing. Enter Private Cloud Computing. This is where the end user or(More)
The book's scope encompasses a broad range of topics in this research area including use case, functional, regression, object oriented and web application testing. The author states in the preface his intended audience is a college level software testing class or as a reference for college faculty or professionals. I see this book's value being used for a(More)
Programming Perl, Fourth Edition is the long awaited update to the book that has become, arguably, the reference for the Perl programming language. The third edition was released in 2000 with Perl version 5.6 as the point of reference. For the fourth edition, the authors reference Perl version 5.14. The authors kept the same basic framework of the third(More)
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