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Performance Determination Using Software Probes By Alexandre Strube
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This book presents the methodology of a software probe, which is able to characterize the performance of a computer running a given application in a little seconds. Think of it as a "custom... More > benchmark generator".< Less
Antispyware download software. By Mishail Sid
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Chances are your PC has spyware. Unchecked, spyware can secretly steal passwords as you type them, compromise your financial data and even give hackers remote control over your computer. McAfee... More > AntiSpyware, from the makers of McAfee VirusScan, automatically detects, then helps safely delete potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) such as key loggers, browser hijackers, Web dialers, and adware that can lead to identity theft, online fraud, pop-up ads, or poor PC performance.< Less
Statistical Analysis Software Packages By Homework Help Classof1
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When you might get directly involved in computer-based data analysis, my guess is that you’ll be a little amazed at the capabilities of most statistical analysis software packages. I’ve... More > already alluded to the rather extraordinary number of cases and variables that most packages can handle, but that’s just the start of it. The truly amazing element is the speed at which the data are manipulated and calculations are performed.< Less
Scientific Software Development in Fortran By Drew McCormack
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Fortran is the oldest high-level programming language still in use today. It is widely used in scientific and technical fields, and has evolved over the years into a powerful numerical programming... More > language, with excellent support for high-performance computing and data processing. This text provides an introduction to the most commonly-used modern variant of the language, Fortran 90/95. Unlike most texts on Fortran, there is a strong emphasis on design and software engineering. The reader is not only introduced to the language syntax, but also to how language constructs are best combined to build robust software.< Less
Scientific Software Development in Fortran By Drew McCormack
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Fortran is the oldest high-level programming language still in use today. It is widely used in scientific and technical fields, and has evolved over the years into a powerful numerical programming... More > language, with excellent support for high-performance computing and data processing. This text provides an introduction to the most commonly-used modern variant of the language, Fortran 90/95. Unlike most texts on Fortran, there is a strong emphasis on design and software engineering. The reader is not only introduced to the language syntax, but also to how language constructs are best combined to build robust software.< Less
Building Software Applications with JMatter By Eitan Suez
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The JMatter framework (see http://jmatter.org/ ) is a modern, model-driven framework for constructing business applications. It leverages Swing, Hibernate, and Java WebStart. JMatter frees developers... More > to work on their applications' business logic without getting mired in persitence or GUI work. Today software projects spend a disproportionate fraction of their development resources building generic scaffolding for business applications: login screens, authentication, CRUD, persistence, system navigation, mechanisms for performing queries, wizards, calendaring, etc.. JMatter is an open-source project, available under either GPL license and alternatively under a commercial license. This project was open-sourced in June of 2006.< Less
The Performance of Open Source Applications By Tavish Armstrong
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In 1974, Donald Knuth wrote, "We should forget about small efficiencies, say about 97% of the time: premature optimization is the root of all evil."  With computers available now that... More > are millions of times faster than those available then, today's programmers have even less reason to worry about shaving cycles and saving bytes than those a generation ago. But "less" isn't "none": every once in a while, squeezing the last ounce of performance out of the machine really does matter. This book is written by over a dozen developers who have grappled with slow code, memory leaks, or uncontrollable latency in open source software. They share their mistakes and successes, and give the reader an over-the-shoulder view of how they approached their specific challenges. With examples from bioinformatics research code to web browsers, the solutions are as varied as the problems. This book will help junior and senior developers alike understand how their colleagues think about performance.< Less
The Performance of Open Source Applications By Tavish Armstrong
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In 1974, Donald Knuth wrote, "We should forget about small efficiencies, say about 97% of the time: premature optimization is the root of all evil." With computers available now that are... More > millions of times faster than those available then, today's programmers have even less reason to worry about shaving cycles and saving bytes than those a generation ago. But "less" isn't "none": every once in a while, squeezing the last ounce of performance out of the machine really does matter. This book is written by over a dozen developers who have grappled with slow code, memory leaks, or uncontrollable latency in open source software. They share their mistakes and successes, and give the reader an over-the-shoulder view of how they approached their specific challenges. With examples from bioinformatics research code to web browsers, the solutions are as varied as the problems. This book will help junior and senior developers alike understand how their colleagues think about performance.< Less
The Performance of Open Source Applications By Tavish Armstrong
eBook (ePub): $5.99
In 1974, Donald Knuth wrote, "We should forget about small efficiencies, say about 97% of the time: premature optimization is the root of all evil." With computers available now that are... More > millions of times faster than those available then, today's programmers have even less reason to worry about shaving cycles and saving bytes than those a generation ago. But "less" isn't "none": every once in a while, squeezing the last ounce of performance out of the machine really does matter. This book is written by over a dozen developers who have grappled with slow code, memory leaks, or uncontrollable latency in open source software. They share their mistakes and successes, and give the reader an over-the-shoulder view of how they approached their specific challenges. With examples from bioinformatics research code to web browsers, the solutions are as varied as the problems. This book will help junior and senior developers alike understand how their colleagues think about performance.< Less
Business English for Software Engineers 4 By Fevzi Karsili
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1000 business English tests for software engineers with dynamic online class. Some topics are: Performance Appraisal, Bond Issues, Odd-lot Orders, Options Strategy Corporate Credit Cards, Shared... More > Service Centres, Financial Supply Chain Management, Analysts and Pundit, Repos, Cash Management in Pakistan, Banking in China, Singapore Banking, Islamic Finance, System Development Life Cycle, Database Management Systems, TRANs, Fire Insurance, Asset Ownership, Option Contracts, Erosion and Decay, Bonds, Trading Authorization, Current Assets, The Growth of Business in Asia, Electronic Commerce (2) Shareholder Liability, Data Mining, Ukraine Banks, Prepaid Cards, Optimal Hedging, Oil Curves, Financial Records, The UAE, Supply Chain, Turkish Banking, Hedge Fund Operational Risk, Traffic Estimation and Prediction Systems, Risk in the FX Market, IFRS Adoption< Less