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View Resource Developer.com: Resources for Programmers and Developers

Developer.com, created by EarthWeb, offers a wealth of resources and information for software developers. This sizeable site consists largely of Internet-related resources and programming tools, but it also contains numerous general purpose development resources. Among the offerings are over 150 free, online, full-text books with subjects ranging from ActiveX to Website management; a large...

View Resource Joint Inversion of Geophysical Data for Site Characterization and Restoration Monitoring

This report includes a summary of progress made on lab measurements of elastic wave velocities and electrical properties in sand-clay mixtures, creation of a database containing elastic velocity data for unconsolidated sediments from the engineering and earth science literature, and recent rock physics theory advancements.

View Resource 1.00 / 1.001 Introduction to Computers and Engineering Problem Solving

This course, taught by Prof. Judson Harward and Prof. Steven Lerman of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, teaches fundamental software development and computational methods for engineering, scientific and managerial applications. Emphasis is focused on object-oriented software design and development. Assignments cover programming concepts, graphical user interfaces, numerical methods,...

View Resource Flash Kit

Flash, a Web browser plug-in developed by Macromedia, is one of the most common applications for creating animated objects and effects in a Web site. This site has a wealth of tutorials and general information about "Flash and related technologies." There are literally hundreds of tutorials for both novices and experienced users. The introductory items explain concepts like basic graphics and...

View Resource Dynamic Drive: DHTML Scripts for the Real World

Dynamic Drive is a great place for Web authors to find Dynamic Hypertext Markup Language (DHTML) scripts and avoid reinventing the wheel with intricate Web site features. The scripts are available free of charge, and each comes with clear instructions about how to properly integrate them into existing code. From pop up menus and flashy animations to custom window displays, the resources available...

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