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One of our favorite features of Safari is the quality and variety of publishing partners who provide valuable content to our library. A partner that exemplifies this breadth and depth is Elsevier, an international multimedia publishing company that provides content across an incredible range of topics. 

As part of a continuing feature here at the Safari blog, we’d like to shine a spotlight on the imprints of Elsevier that provide content to Safari. 

CISSP 3e  Google Hacking  Negotiating  Building Scalable  Learning Processing

CISSP Study Guide by Joshua Feldman, Seth Misenar, Eric Conrad

Learn everything you need to know to pass your CISSP certification with this proven and effective study guide which is now in it’s third edition. It now covers all exam topics through January 2015 and provides two separate practice exams.

Google Hacking for Penetration Testers by Johnny Long

Learn how to take advantage of the powerful capabilities of Google to uncover sensitive and hard-to-find information with this second volume of techniques and methods from Syngress. Topics in this book include database digging, finding exploits, and how to track down web servers, login portals, and network hardware.

Building a Scalable Data Warehouse with Data Vault 2.0 by Michael Olschimke & Dan Linstedt

Author Dan Linstedt invented the standard Data Vault which has been applied to data warehousing projects across the globe. This book covers everything you need to know to create scalable data warehouses including dimensional modeling, data extraction, and implementing data quality.

Learning Processing: A Beginner’s Guide to Programming Images, Animation, and Interaction by Daniel Shiffman

Learn the building blocks of programming which are needed to build graphics applications with this lab-manual style book which is now in its second edition from Morgan Kaufmann. Spanning from algorithmic design to data visualization, you will learn everything you need to know including libraries, event probability, and sound synthesis.

Negotiating in the Leadership Zone by Ken Sylvester

From Academic Press, an imprint of Elsevier, comes this new book which draws up on 50+ years of tech leader experience to teach readers how to become a better negotiator in any kind of leadership role. The case studies, examples, and well-researched insights will provide any leader with the tools they need to improve their negotiation skills in all facets.

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