New GeekGuides: DIY Commerce Site and Combating Infrastructure Sprawl

GeekGuides are practical (and free!) books for the most technical people on the planet. Newly available books include:

DIY Commerce Site by Reuven Lerner
DIY Commerce Site GeekGuideIf you have been living in a cave for the last 15 years, I have some exciting news for you: the Internet is hopping with e-commerce opportunities. If you have a product and you’re willing to put in the time to market it, you can sell that product on-line. If your product is good and you market it well, you even can make a lot of money.

For those of you who haven’t been living in a cave for some time and have been using the Internet in your personal and professional lives, the notion of making money from e-commerce may seem like something you’ll eventually get around to doing in the future, or that you might do if it weren’t a pain. After all, starting to sell on-line must be difficult, right? The answer, as you’ll see in this ebook, is a resounding “No.” Download this free DIY Commerce Site GeekGuide now.

Combating Infrastructure Sprawl by Bill Childers
Combating Infrastructure Sprawl GeekGuideDo you have an environment in your company that seems to be a time sink and management headache for you? Does this environment have many machines, each running a slightly different patch level or completely different operating system? Do you find yourself and your team stuck in a quagmire of varying point releases, RPM conflicts and dependency hell? Your environment may be suffering from infrastructure sprawl, but relief is on the way. This guide will help you understand infrastructure sprawl, how it occurs and steps you can follow to eliminate (and ultimately prevent) it. Download this free Combating Infrastructure Sprawl GeekGuide now.

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