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XML in a Nutshell - This book is a must-have reference for any XML developer. Serious users of XML will find coverage on just about everything they need, including fundamental syntax rules, XML Schema creation, document type definition (DTD), and APIs used for processing XML documents. If you need an explanation of how a technology works or just need to quickly find the precise syntax for a particular piece, this book puts the information at your fingertips.

MySQL in a Nutshell - MySQL is the world's most popular open source database. It is designed for speed, power, and flexibility in mission-critical, heavy-use environments as well as modest applications. It is also surprisingly rich in features. If you are a database administrator or programmer, you probably love the myriad of things MySQL can do, but wish there was not such a myriad of things to remember. This book will help you to learn its capabilities quickly and easily.

UNIX in a Nutshell - This best-selling, informative UNIX reference book is now more complete and up-to-date. Not just a scaled-down quick reference of common commands, it is a comprehensive reference guide containing all the commands and options, along with generous descriptions and examples to put the commands in context. This one reference guide will probably be the only UNIX documentation you need.

Windows XP in a Nutshell - Written for the advanced user, this detailed guide alphabetically lists each major component of the Windows XP home and professional editions, identifies where to find tasks and settings, provides instructions for configuring a network, and describes the registry and Windows script host. Most topics can be read in a few minutes and give you the gist of what can be done.

Cisco IOS in a Nutshell - This book consolidates the most important commands and features of IOS into a single, well-organized reference that you will find refreshingly user-friendly. The best way to learn IOS is to have an experienced network admin show you the ropes; this book provides just that kind of help and support as you learn what you need to know about IOS to get the job done.