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TestTest Driving LinuxTest Driving Linux/A Free Office Suite
Test Driving Linux/ColophonTest Driving Linux/Customize Your DesktopTest Driving Linux/Edit Digital Images
Test Driving Linux/Email, Organizers, and Instant MessagingTest Driving Linux/File ManagementTest Driving Linux/Getting Started
Test Driving Linux/Great Programs That Aren't on the CDTest Driving Linux/Manage Your FinancesTest Driving Linux/Music and Videos
Test Driving Linux/Play GamesTest Driving Linux/Pre-Switching InformationTest Driving Linux/Preface
Test Driving Linux/Solutions to Common ProblemsTest Driving Linux/Surf the WebTest Driving Linux/The Command Line
Test Precisely and ConcretelyTest VMware CookbookTest for Required Behavior, not Incidental Behavior
Testing Is the Engineering Rigor of Software Development
The 2-Day RuleThe 60/60 Rule
The Art of CommunityThe Boy Scout Rule
The Case for CASE ExpressionsThe Compiler Isn't BrokenThe Difference Between Logical and Physical Modeling
The Difference Between Truncation and DeletionThe Fallacy of Perfect ExecutionThe Fallacy of Perfect Knowledge
The Fallacy of the Big Round BallThe Golden Rule of API DesignThe Hallmark of good OO code is extendibility
The Hallmark of good code is extensibilityThe Holy Grail of Project ManagementThe Importance of the Project Scope Statement
The Linker Is not a Magical ProgramThe Logic of Set Operators
The Longevity of Interim SolutionsThe Missing LinkThe PMBOK Guide is not the Bible
The Professional ProgrammerThe Road to Performance Is Littered with Dirty Code Bombs
The Single Responsibility PrincipleThe Three Laws of Test-Driven DevelopmentThe Web Points the Way (For Now)
The best people to create the estimates are the ones who do the workThe best way to clean things up is to avoid them getting dirty in the first placeThe chances of the bug being in the compiler, interpreter, OS, AppServer, memory manager, etc. really is small
The inner-expressive stageThe manufactured stage
The third stage and the characteristics of new mediaThe value of PlanningThere is no Up or Down in Software
Think Like a TesterThis is a new AxiomThis is an Example
This is my axiomTim O'ReillyTitle of a DA axiom
Title of an axiom or tipTo thine own self be true
Transactions - Friend or Foe?True Sucess Comes With A Supporting OrganizationTuskegees
Two Wrongs Can Make a Right (and Are Difficult to Fix)Two hours of thinking can save two months of coding
UI/UXUbuntu HacksUbuntu Hacks, 2nd edition
Ubuntu Hacks/AdministrationUbuntu Hacks/ColophonUbuntu Hacks/Credits
Ubuntu Hacks/Getting StartedUbuntu Hacks/Mobile UbuntuUbuntu Hacks/Multimedia
Ubuntu Hacks/Package ManagementUbuntu Hacks/PrefaceUbuntu Hacks/Security
Ubuntu Hacks/Small Office/Home Office ServerUbuntu Hacks/The Linux DesktopUbuntu Hacks/Virtualization and Emulation
Ubuntu Hacks/X11Udi DahanUncle Bob
Under-promise, over-deliverUnderstand Principles behind PracticesUnderstand SCM
Understand the Role of the Underlying Database in Your Application ArchitectureUnderstanding ACID Properties
Understanding Partition PruningUnparalleledUploading/contribution Policy
Use a WikiUse the Aggregate Design Pattern to Reduce Coupling
Use the same tools in a team
Useful software is used longer than ever intendedValue Art as much as Science
Van LindbergVegetarianVenkat Subramaniam
Verbose Logging Will Disturb your SleepVerity Stob
Virtual MeetingsVisual Basic 2005: A Developer's NotebookVisual Basic 2005: A Developer's Notebook/.NET 2.0 Platform Services
Visual Basic 2005: A Developer's Notebook/ColophonVisual Basic 2005: A Developer's Notebook/Files, Databases, and XMLVisual Basic 2005: A Developer's Notebook/Preface
Visual Basic 2005: A Developer's Notebook/The Developer's Notebook SeriesVisual Basic 2005: A Developer's Notebook/The Visual Basic LanguageVisual Basic 2005: A Developer's Notebook/Visual Studio
Visual Basic 2005: A Developer's Notebook/Web ApplicationsVisual Basic 2005: A Developer's Notebook/Windows ApplicationsWET Dilutes Performance Bottlenecks
Walter Bright
We Have Met The Enemy...And He Is UsWeb vs. NativeWhat Do They Want to Hear, Anyway?
What Have We Done For You Lately?What is a Nested-loops Join?
What is a Star Schema, and When to Use OneWhat is the Optimizer, and What Does it Do?When SQL is the Wrong Answer
Who is Managing Transactions?Who is my customer?Whurley
Wikipedia: The Missing ManualWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Wikipedia: The Missing Manual/Appendixes
Wikipedia: The Missing Manual/Appendixes/A Tour of the Wikipedia PageWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Appendixes/Learning More
Wikipedia: The Missing Manual/Building a Stronger EncyclopediaWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Building a Stronger Encyclopedia/Better Articles: A Systematic ApproachWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Building a Stronger Encyclopedia/Categorizing Articles
Wikipedia: The Missing Manual/Building a Stronger Encyclopedia/Deleting Existing ArticlesWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Building a Stronger Encyclopedia/Getting Readers to the Right Article: Naming, Redirects, and DisambiguationWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Collaborating with Other Editors
Wikipedia: The Missing Manual/Collaborating with Other Editors/Communicating with Your Fellow EditorsWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Collaborating with Other Editors/Handling Incivility and Personal AttacksWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Collaborating with Other Editors/Lending Other Editors a Hand
Wikipedia: The Missing Manual/Collaborating with Other Editors/Resolving Content DisputesWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Collaborating with Other Editors/WikiProjects and Other Group EffortsWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Colophon
Wikipedia: The Missing Manual/Customizing WikipediaWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Customizing Wikipedia/Customizing with PreferencesWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Customizing Wikipedia/Easier Editing with JavaScript
Wikipedia: The Missing Manual/Editing, Creating, and Maintaining ArticlesWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Editing, Creating, and Maintaining Articles/Creating a New ArticleWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Editing, Creating, and Maintaining Articles/Dealing with Vandalism and Spam
Wikipedia: The Missing Manual/Editing, Creating, and Maintaining Articles/Documenting Your SourcesWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Editing, Creating, and Maintaining Articles/Editing for the First TimeWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Editing, Creating, and Maintaining Articles/Monitoring Changes
Wikipedia: The Missing Manual/Editing, Creating, and Maintaining Articles/Setting Up Your Account and Personal WorkspaceWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Editing, Creating, and Maintaining Articles/Who Did What: Page Histories and RevertingWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Formatting and Illustrating Articles
Wikipedia: The Missing Manual/Formatting and Illustrating Articles/Adding ImagesWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Formatting and Illustrating Articles/Article Sections and Tables of ContentsWikipedia: The Missing Manual/Formatting and Illustrating Articles/Creating Lists and Tables
Wikipedia: The Missing Manual/IntroductionWikipedia: The Missing Manual/The Missing CreditsWilliam J. Mills
WoW AddressesWoW Axiom TitleWoW Axoim Test
WoW Nominations PageWoW is SocialWork in Cycles
Write Small Functions Using ExamplesWrite Tests for People
Wynn NetherlandXPath and XPointerXPath and XPointer/Colophon
XPath and XPointer/Extension Functions for XPath in XSLTXPath and XPointer/Introducing XPath and XPointerXPath and XPointer/Location Steps and Paths
XPath and XPointer/PrefaceXPath and XPointer/XPath 2.0XPath and XPointer/XPath Basics
XPath and XPointer/XPath Functions and Numeric OperatorsXPath and XPointer/XPath in ActionXPath and XPointer/XPointer Background
XPath and XPointer/XPointer Beyond XPathXPath and XPointer/XPointer SyntaxYou Are Not In Control
You Aren't SpecialYou Gotta Care about the CodeYou can't do it all yourself
You get what you ask forYuli Vasiliev
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