ENTRIES TAGGED "o’reilly"
Edie Freedman reveals how the animal covers came to be and how you can help those same animals stick around.
Jon brings his expertise in storytelling and data to O'Reilly.
Animals have shaped O'Reilly. Now it's time to give back through the O'Reilly Animals campaign.
Greg Shackles on why C# makes sense for mobile development.
Find out why using C# for cross-platform mobile development will take you less time and less code while bringing your apps to a wider audience.
A look back at "Unix Power Tools," "DNS and Bind," and other O'Reilly titles.
Tim O'Reilly: "It's amazing to me how books I first published more than 20 years ago are still creating value for readers."
Fluidinfo's new API allows anyone to add information to O'Reilly book and author objects.
Fluidinfo's new O'Reilly API contains information from O'Reilly, Amazon, Google Books, LibraryThing, and GoodReads. But most importantly, anyone can "write" their own information to the book and author objects.
Six months in and there is much to celebrate and plenty of work still to be done.
Implementing O'Reilly's new IT strategy is like swapping out airplane wings mid-flight. We're making considerable change, but at the same time we can't disrupt the services and projects that are already underway.
Google sells out a conference, Oracle dances with developers, and keyboards that will put you in a padded cell
The way things are going, next year's Google I/O will sell out before it opens for registration. Plus: Oracle and developers continue to have issues and a look at some hardcore keyboards.
One of the biggest challenges of technical publishing is that sinking feeling you get a few moments, days, weeks, or months after you first see a book in print: it's obsolete. No matter how much hard work you put into a book, you can only do so much future-proofing. Sometimes obsolescence comes slowly, but often, especially for popular topics, books have a depressingly short shelf life. Readers want to be able to use the latest and greatest, and blame books quickly when something no longer works.