Professional Apache

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Wrox Press, 1999 - Computers - 617 pages
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Oracle is building on its reputation as the most popular and powerful database in the world, establishing itself as a comprehensive platform for the development of enterprise application, with a market lead of more than ten percent over its nearest competitor. With improved security, performance, and support for Java and XML, this dominance is set to continue. Wrox has published a core of books that provide unique insight into how the database works and what it can do, and with the new support for Java, Wrox addresses developers' need to stay completely up-to-date, with Beginning Oracle Java.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Apache and the Internet
7
Apache and the Internet
10
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Peter Wainwright is a developer and software engineer specializing in Perl, Apache, and other open-source projects. He got his first taste of programming on a BBC Micro and
gained most of his early programming experience writing applications in C on Solaris. He then discovered Linux, shortly followed by Perl and Apache, and has been happily programming there ever since.

When he is not engaged in development or writing books, Wainwright spends much of his free time maintaining the Space Future
website at www.spacefuture.com. He is an active proponent
of commercial passenger space travel and cofounded Space Future Consulting,
an international space tourism consultancy firm.

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