Language Resources and Guides
Designing a program can be a challenge. Learning the syntax to implement the program can be another. These resources and guides are intended to help developers in meeting that challenge with ease.
MySQL Manual - Search or browse the MySQL manual.
PostgreSQL Manual - Browse the latest PostgreSQL manual.
Cocoa Documentation - Documentation for the Cocoa framework on Mac OS X.
MSDN - The Microsoft Developer Network.
Java Documentation - Java API, documention, code samples and applications.
SourceForge.net - The world's largest Open Source software development website, with the largest repository of Open Source code and applications available on the Internet. SourceForge.net provides free services to Open Source developers.
Koders.com - The leading search engine for open source code. Their source code optimized search engine provides developers with an easy-to-use interface to search for source code examples and discover new open source projects which can be leveraged in their applications.
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The Mexico ExperienceWhen discussing travel to Mexico, concerns about
safety frequently arise. People tend to be overly
cautious in their advice, and stories get exaggerated.
After a personal trip to the country's lesser travelled
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