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‘Processing XML with Java’ at 30 per cent off

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This week's featured book from Reg associate IT-minds.com is Processing XML with Java by Elliotte Rusty Harold. Harold may be familiar to many of you as the author of XML in a Nutshell and The XML Bible and also as the creator of the highly popular Café au Lait and Café con Leche websites.

Written for Java programmers who want to integrate XML into their systems, this practical, comprehensive guide and reference shows how to process XML documents with the Java programming language. Here's what Independent Software Consultant Ron Weber had to say about the book:

"The code examples are well structured and easy to follow. They provide real value for someone writing industrial-strength Java and XML applications. The time saved will repay the cost of this book a hundred times over.The book also contains more of the pearls of wisdom we've come to expect from Elliotte Rusty Harold-the kind of pointers that will save developers weeks, if not months, of time."

You can buy Processing XML with Java at £26.59 - a saving of 30 per cent.

The same discount is also available on the following books this week:

  • Java Number Cruncher

  • JAX: Java APIs for XML Kick Start

  • Advanced PHP for Web Development

  • DSDM

  • Component Software

  • Understanding PKI

  • IP Addressing Fundamentals

  • Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture

  • iSCSI

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