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“Todays Big Data is tomorrows Little Data”

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Author of ‘Microsoft Business Intelligence End-user Tools 360’, Markus Ehrenmueller-Jensen, writes for CTOvision.com Check out his article on providing context on Big Data. http://ctovision.com/2013/06/author-of-microsoft-business-intelligence-end-user-tools-provides-context-on-big-data/ Impressed? Then check out his book to find out more!

Getting to know more about Sam

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Want to know more about the man behind ‘PHP Array Filtering. The Use Cases‘? We did a quick Q & A with the man of the moment to find out more about him! 1. For someone that’s wanting to get their hands on your PHP ebook, can you let them know what they have in […]

WebSockets meets Security

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Developer.Press have teamed up with CTOvision again to create some great content. Carsten Eilers, author of ‘HTML5 Security’ has recently written a guest article for CTOvision.com on “WebSockets meets Security”. Head on over to the CTOvision website to have a read!

Write for us!

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Christopher Hitchens once said that,  “everybody does have a book in them…” Do you? If so, have you ever thought about writing for us? We’re going to be brutally honest… we only accept the best. We look for key industry experts, thought-leaders and change-makers to dive deep into the subjects that most of us can only linger on the […]

The reviews are in!

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Thinking of getting your hands on some of our titles? Need a little push? We thought we’d let you know you’re making the right decision by sharing with you some of the reviews our readers have posted in relation to our books: Clojure Made Simple – John Stevenson Jari said, “This is great intro book […]