Wrox Press, established in 1992 to publish books for computer programmers, is driven by the Programmer to Programmer philosophy. Wrox books are written by programmers for programmers, and the Wrox brand means authoritative solutions to real-world programming problems. Wrox's unique author-editorial process delivers the best and most useful information you need in the timeliest manner.
Wrox.com is the official home on the Web for Wrox Press. Here, you can find information on current and upcoming Wrox titles, as well as errata and downloadable code for all Wrox titles found on this Web site. You can also purchase Wrox Press books via the site's online shopping cart.
The P2P Forum is a free discussion board that serves the entire programming community. P2P consists of discussion and e-mail lists ranging from ASP, Java, PHP, Perl, SQL and VB, to the latest .NET discussions. It was launched in November 1999, and it continues to provide an invaluable resource for the programming community, with about 2,000 new messages posted to the board every week.
Remember, Programmer to Programmer is not just our slogan; it's the way we write our books.
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About John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., was founded in 1807, during the Jefferson presidency. In the early years, Wiley was best known for publishing the works of Washington Irving, Edgar Allan Poe, Herman Melville, and other 19th-century American literary giants. By the turn of the century, Wiley was established as a leading publisher of scientific and technical information.
In recent years, the company has focused its efforts on delivering Wiley's deep reservoir of "must-have" content to global communities of interest. The company has formed many collaborative relationships in order to further this objective; partners include Dow Jones/Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Ernst & Young, and PricewaterhouseCoopers, among others. In 2003, Wiley acquired the Wrox Press brand and trademarks, many of its bestselling titles, and the Wrox.com Web sites.
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