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PHP Array Filtering, The Use Cases

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It’s been a busy couple of days in the office. But we are extremely happy and proud to announce the arrival of a new addition to the Developer.Press family! Ladies and gentleman, please give a warm welcome to the latest member of the Dev.Press family, Sam Hennessy. Sam has written the book , ‘PHP Array Filtering, The Use Cases’ […]

Attention! Attention!

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We have so much exciting things on the horizon right now! Not only are ‘BDD with JavaScript’ by Marco Emrich and ‘PHP Array Filtering’ by Sam Hennessy due out any day now but we also have more great books in store for release throughout summer So, let’s have a look at one of our upcoming […]

Happy Publication Day!

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To celebrate UK Publication Day we’re running a competition. You could get your hands on any of the titles from our Dev.Press catalogue. To be in with a chance to win a book of your choice all you need to do is follow us on twitter: @developerpress RT the winning tweet – Make sure to include the […]

PodCast: Hendrik Lösch Helps us Test with Visual Studio 2012

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Carl and Richard from .Net Rocks talk to Developer.Press author, Hendrik Lösch, about his experiences doing testing with Visual Studio 2012. Henrik starts out talking about unit testing, the different approaches with various tools, including mocking, moles and fakes. He talks about how MSTest has substantially improved in Studio 2012, but still needs help in the form […]

Carsten Eilers for CTOvision

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Carsten Eilers, author of ‘HTML5 Security’ recently did a guest post for CTOvision regarding his chosen subject topic : HTML5 Security. “HTML5 brings new opportunities – for developers and for attackers. Here you will see two examples of how an attacker could abuse HTML5 and how you as a developer could prevent this (or not). These […]