A new era for Safari

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Safari looks a little different today–we have a new logo, and you’ll see “O’Reilly” in the new red header bar. And this signal that Safari is now 100% O’Reilly is just the beginning–since O’Reilly became Safari’s sole owner in August 2014, we’ve been working on a host of new ways to make it even more useful (and more… Read more »

Books In Browsers 2011 Conference (BIB), supported by Safari Books Online, is going on now. Watch the live video stream

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Tune in for a livestream of the 2011 Books in Browsers Conference. Thanks to the Internet Archive for sharing this content. Books in Browsers Schedule Thursday 8:30am – 9:00am Initio Introduction and Welcome. Kat Meyer (O’Reilly Media), Peter Brantley (Internet Archive) 9:00am – 10:00am Morning session 1. EPUB — out of the box. Bill McCoy… Read more »

Elliott Masie’s Learning 2011 – Hear How to Create and Implement Dynamic Learning Strategies within Organizations & More

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Hear two well-known high tech companies discuss how they created and implemented dynamic learning strategies in their organizations. Intuit, famous for products like Quicken, TurboTax and QuickBooks, and Amdocs, the leader in customer experience systems, will explain how they created global learning strategies that provided blended and on-demand learning options for employees worldwide. Examples and… Read more »

Free Webcast Recording! Patterns-Based Engineering: Successfully Delivering Solutions via Patterns

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  Today we have access to thousands of patterns – proven best-practice solutions to known problems within a specific context – so why aren’t we more successful in developing and deploying successful software-intensive systems?Hear two leading experts introduce Patterns-Based Engineering and show how such an approach delivers on the promise of patterns to consistently create… Read more »

Free Webcast Recording! Impact of Cloud Computing on UNIX and Linux System Administrators

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  Does the advent of cloud computing spell the end of UNIX and Linux system administrators?Watch this hour-long webcast as we explore the post-modern system administration world and examine how cloud computing may impact our profession and our skill set. The webcast, features two of the authors of the UNIX and Linux System Administration Handbook,… Read more »

Safari Books Online and Creative Edge Offer Free Summer Webcast Series

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Webcasts Offer Guidance, Advice from Expert Authors  SEBASTOPOL, Calif.– June 20, 2011 – Safari® Books Online (www.safaribooksonline.com), the leading on-demand digital library for technology, digital media and business professionals, and Creative Edge (www.creativeedge.com), an online service tailored to the unique needs of creative students, professionals and enthusiasts, today announced five free webcasts as part of… Read more »

Free Webcast: Using Joomla! To Power Successful Websites. Featuring Author Barrie North. Tuesday, April 6, 2010, 10:00am PDT/1:00pm EDT

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During this 60-minute webcast, author Barrie North will take a hard-core look at Joomla websites and explain how Joomla can help you be more successful. More importantly, learn what not to do – avoid actions that can hurt your conversion rates. Discover common usability and marketing mistakes and see how to fix them. Gain insight… Read more »

Cocoa Expert and Author David Chisnall Explains How to Debug an EXC_BAD_ACCESS

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Earlier this month when Safari Books Online was hosting its Cocoa Programming webcast with David Chisnall I searched Twitter for #Cocoa to see if anyone was talking about the webcast. I found someone asking about debugging an EXC_BAD_ACCESS deep down in objc_msgSend within the RunLoop. David Chisnall, author of the following books currently in the… Read more »