There are many compelling reasons to get a copy of Powershell in Action (2nd Edition) but I will cover the important few. This is a great book currently in the MEAP process at Manning, and I believe, is pretty much near completion.
More like a "note to self", but I'm sure others might find useful. Here's a list of excludes to include that will prevent Eclipse artifacts from synchronizing on your Subversion server.
- .settings (added on 17-Jan-11)
- .springBeans (added on 14-Dec-10)
- target (and/or bin)
This post follows my earlier review of the first six chapters of "Location Aware Applications". I recently received an update containing two new chapters covering topics on connectivity issues and how to monetize your LBS applications.
The Manning Early Access Program, or MEAP, is a program that allows you to purchase an electronic copy of a book even before it is published. This allows readers to participate in the development of the book's content. You will of course receive the final version of the book when it goes gold. I recently got my hands on a copy of the MEAP book, Location Aware Applications. At the time of this post, only 50% of the book has been completed. So here are my early impression of this upcoming title.