Rolf Kremer

Neues Buch ‘Web 2.0 and Social Networking for the Enterprise’

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Auf dem > Quickr Blog habe ich einen Eintrag gelesen, dass es ein neues Buch zum Thema ‘Web 2.0 and Social Networking for the Enterprise’ gibt. Dabei handelt es sich um ein Werk vom IBM-Mitarbeiter Anthony Bernal. Aus der Beschreibung von der > Amazon-Seite:

This book provides hands-on, start-to-finish guidance for business and IT decision-makers who want to drive value from Web 2.0 and social networking technologies. IBM expert Joey Bernal systematically identifies business functions and innovations these technologies can enhance and presents best-practice patterns for using them in both internal- and external-facing applications. Drawing on the immense experience of IBM and its customers, Bernal addresses both the business and technical issues enterprises must manage to succeed. He offers insights and case studies covering multiple technologies, including AJAX, REST, Atom/RSS, enterprise taxonomies, tagging, folksonomies, portals, mashups, blogs, wikis, and more. He also presents practical guidance for building robust, secure, collaborative applications by using applications and services from multiple sources with powerful tools such as WebSphere® Portal, Lotus® Connections, and IBM Mashup Center.

Das Buch kostet auf der amerikanischen Amazon-Seite $27,57, während es auf der deutschen Amazon-Seite 28,99 € und auf der deutschen Seite vom Verlag 35,26 €. Eigentlich sollte es in Euro günstiger sein.

Wenn ich es gelesen habe, werde ich hier darüber berichten.

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Written by rkremer

November 2, 2009 at 7:03 pm

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