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Product: Book - Paperback
Title: Cisco IOS in a Nutshell
Publisher: O'Reilly
Authors: James Boney
Rating: 5/5
Customer opinion - 5 stars out of 5
The most handy Cisco IOS Book and dependable

what I really like this book is that it's full jumpack of Cisco configuration for IOS.
Some people expect that this book must include Switch command, but what the heck they can't read the Title of the book "CISCO IOS" and not "Cisco CatOS & IOS"..

Anyway the discussion approach of Mr. James Boney is very superb and he just explain complicate things to simple one, and I like configuration example with explanation insert.

Product: Book - Paperback
Title: Network+ Guide to Networks, Third Edition
Publisher: Course Technology
Authors: Tamara Dean
Rating: 5/5
Customer opinion - 5 stars out of 5

I read this book cover-to-cover and passed with 95%. It does a great job of covering the details of networking and TCP/IP. It has more information than what you'll need for Network+, but that just means it does a great job covering everything. I've only got two more exams to go before MCSE 2000, and I'm certain the networking foundation has helped out a lot.

Product: Book - Paperback
Title: The CISSP Prep Guide: Mastering the CISSP and ISSEP Exams, Second Edition
Publisher: Wiley
Authors: Ronald L. Krutz, Russell Dean Vines
Rating: 2/5
Customer opinion - 2 stars out of 5
False Assertion

This book purports to be the only one you'll need for CISSP, and that's just plain wrong. I read it completely, yet saw questions on the test from material that was simply not covered in this book. It's not badly written, just not adequate. My suggestion is to try the All-In-One Guide, or SOME OTHER BOOK.

Product: Book - Paperback
Title: Eric Meyer on CSS: Mastering the Language of Web Design
Publisher: New Riders Press
Authors: Eric A. Meyer
Rating: 5/5
Customer opinion - 5 stars out of 5
Implementing CSS that really works

I'd been noodling around with writing and implementing CSS and run into my fair share of brick walls. But I see the future and it is CSS, this is the book that inspired me to take up the cause again in earnest.
The book contains a series of real-life scenarios so you can jump in right away and start using CSS to do what you already do with HTML, just better and faster, and some things you can't do with HTML alone. The projects get increasing more advanced as the book progresses, which makes delving in deeper much less painful than it needs to be because you have an expert guide providing reliable tips and warnings the whole way. For those who have tinkered with CSS cross browser compatibly know that advice alone is worth the cost of the book. There's also a companion site where you can download files to follow along step-by-step with each chapter or double check your own work as you go along.
Like all masters, Meyer makes CSS look easy and this book is put to best use as a companion to an expansive reference guide. After finishing the first chapter I was inspired to download the w3c standards for CSS2. Anything that can get me to read ultra-geeky dry-as-toast info from the consortium and make sense of it is really on to something. Use Meyer's insights and choices in this book as a guide for your own projects as a way to navigate the endless decisions you'll need to make when implementing CSS on your own. If you're looking for a book that will show you how to intelligently approach implementing reliable CSS and spark your creative side this is an excellent choice.