FTP Tutorial : Overview

FTP is a commonly known and used acronym for the words ‘File Transfer Protocol’. FTP has become an imperative part of the World Wide Web (for both surfers downloading files and webmasters building websites) due to the reality of it being the fastest way to send and receive files from one computer to another over the internet. If you plan on building and maintaining a website of your own, it is important that you have the necessary skills and information to perform basic commands through an FTP client software
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Google Results Vs Yahoo Results

According to a Nielsen//Netratings study, Google holds the top spot for search engine destinations. However, if you take a closer look at N//N’s findings, you see that Yahoo and MSN share the second and third positions, respectively. Because MSN search is still using Overture to serve their search results more people are vicariously using the Yahoo method of search than they do Google.

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PHP/MySQL Tutorial

By Graeme Merral : Open source has brought a lot more than Linux to the computing world. It has also given us PHP and MySQL. According to Graeme, PHP and MySQL are the world’s best combination for creating data-driven sites. In the first installment of this three-lesson tutorial, our Kiwi guide covers everything you need to know to begin developing database hubs. He gives instructions for installation on both Unix and Windows, and then goes on to show some simple scripts that will insert information into a database and display that data on a Web page.
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MySQL Database Design and Optimization

As the title suggests,
Beginning MySQL Database Design and Optimization is intended for the
range of users between novice and professional. It may seem difficult
for
one book to suit such a wide readership without losing readers on
either
end of the spectrum, or perhaps without providing adequate coverage to
any particular audience, Apress has done what many other publishers
have
failed to do by providing an excellent series of ‘novice to
professional’
books.
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Setting up and rendering illumination in Brazil

Igor Sivakov writes: Brazil possesses rather flexible and state-of-the-art illumination
calculation capacities, though it’s not the fastest renderer. Brazil
has its own shader engine with universal interface. This engine is not
as intricate as that in Renderman or in mental ray, which rely on
programming necessary properties rather than on a library of ready
shaders. However basic shader types in brazil have enough properties
for a high-quality reproduction of material properties of the widest
spectrum. In the production scale it makes brazil Choice #1 for small
and medium studios, which have network rendering capacities and cannot
or do not want to program their own shaders. However, brazil has a lot
of sincere fans among individuals as well
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