If you want to know more about e-commerce, and how Site
Server and Site Server Commerce Edition can help you get
your foot in the door, then this is the book for you. No
previous knowledge of Site Server is assumed: if you're a
beginner with the Site Server 3.0 product, Beginning
Site Server 3.0 will help you get up and running as
quickly as possible, but even more advanced Site Server 3.0
professionals will benefit from the technical information
Table of contents
- Chapter 1. Site Server and E-Commerce
- Chapter 2. Installing Site Server
- Chapter 3. Site Server Architecture
- Chapter 4. Building an E-Commerce Site
- Chapter 5. Deconstruting the Site
- Chapter 6. Extending the Site
- Chapter 7. Pipelines
- Chapter 8. Building Pipeline Components
- Chapter 9. Publishing and Content Replication
- Chapter 10. Site Server Search
- Chapter 11. Analysis
- Chapter 12. Personalization and Membership
- Chapter 13. Advanced Site Server Concepts
L'auteur Tim Huckaby
Tim Huckaby is the Founder and President of InterKnowlogy. InterKnowlegy's core competency is with Internet commerce interchange, business Internet systems and multi-tiered application software design. Previously Tim was the architecture team Developer Lead at Microsoft for the Customizable Starter Sites during MS's Site Server 3.0 product development. Since shipping the Site Server 3.0 product, Tim has been developer and/or lead architect on a number of large and successful e-commerce web sites.
L'auteur Mike Kendzierski
Mike Kendzierski, Director of Internet Services at USWeb/CKS Cornerstone brings extensive experience deploying and developing complex client-server and Internet e-commerce systems. Mike is a regular speaker at technical conferences such as Microsoft Explorer and ASPDevCon on topics ranging from e-commerce systems to systems design and network architecture for high performance web sites. Mike is also a published technical author with titles including Windows NT and BackOffice technologies such as Site Server and Internet Information Server.
L'auteur Jarrod Marshall
Jarrod Marshall is a consultant for G.A. Sullivan, a software development component based out of St. Louis, Missouri.
L'auteur Brad Sherrell
Brad Sherrell is the manager of E-Business for the Life Division of Pacific Life Insurance Company. He is responsible for the development of Internet applications and specializes in applicaton architecture using Microsoft technologies.
L'auteur Gopal Sreeraman
Gopal Sreeraman is a senior consultant with Professional Access Ltd., NY. He is currently involved with architecting and developing Web applications for large organisations.
Caractéristiques techniques du livre "Beginning Site Server 3.0"
|Auteur(s)||Tim Huckaby, Mike Kendzierski, Jarrod Marshall, Brad Sherrell, Gopal Sreeraman|
|Nb. de pages||800|
|Format||18,5 x 23,5|
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