Events and Books

Windows 8 Bible

Jim Boyce and Rob Tidrow present over 900 pages packed with tips, instructions, and techniques to help users hit the ground running with Windows 8. The book provides complete how-to coverage of Windows 8 in a thoroughly redesigned and revised new ‘bible’ that covers all the exciting new Windows 8 features, including the Windows 82032s lock screen and Internet Explorer Immersive.

Building Mobile Experiences

Frank Bentley and Edward Barrett present an approach to designing mobile media that takes advantage of the Internet-connected, context-aware, and media-sharing capabilities of mobile devices. Building Mobile Experiences introduces tools that can be used at every stage of building a mobile application, from concept creation to commercialisation, and examples from industry and academia.
Pfungwa Serima, SAP Africa
The largest SAP customerrun conference in South Africa, Saphila 2012, is taking place at Sun City, from 28 to 31 October and promises an insightful and interactive experience for attendees, says SAP.

Harnessing Green IT: Principles and Practices

San Murugesan and GR Gangadharan discuss green IT, its various facets, and show readers how to strategically embrace it. The book examines various ways of making computing and information systems more environmentally sustainable, as well as several means of using IT as a tool and an enabler to improve environmental sustainability.


V Anton Spraul breaks down the ways that programmers solve problems, and teaches users what other introductory books often ignore: how to “think like a programmer”. Each chapter tackles a single programming concept – like classes, pointers, and recursion, and open-ended exercises throughout challenge users to apply their knowledge.

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