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  Developing Web Applications with Perl
  Programming Perl.  Buy your copy from Now!Programming Perl (2nd Edition) by Larry Wall, Tom Christiansen, Randal L. Schwartz, Stephen Potter (ISBN: 1565921496). The dead-trees standard reference for Perl.  
  Perl Cookbook by Tom Christiansen, Nathan Torkington, Larry Wall (ISBN:1565922433). If you program in Perl, you will find priceless the "recipes" for solving common problems offered in this book. A must have.  
  Official Guide to Programming with  Order your copy from today!Official Guide to Programming With Cgi.Pm by Lincoln Stein (ISBN: 0471247448). If you know anything about Perl, and you write CGI, you'll love Stein's guide. Maybe. It depends on what you need to do with The book introduces via a number of scripts that illustrate how to accomplish various simple as well as advanced tasks (e.g., multipage forms, maintaining state, and the like). Before springing for this book, first check out Lincoln Stein's on-line - a Perl5 CGI Library. This well written FAQ may well contain everything you need to know about without putting a dent in your wallet. I class this book a maybe have. (Comments updated 3/29/00)  
  Programming the Perl DBI by Alligator Descartes, Tim Bunce. I'm currently reading this book (3/29/00). Stay tuned for my comments.  
  MySQL and mSQL (Nutshell Series) by Randy Jay Yarger, George Reese, Tim King. This well written volume contains chapters on implementing the Perl DBI (Python and PHP, too) to connect with the popular MySQL and mSQL databases. A brief overview, yet accessible, tutorial of relational database design is also included. A very handy book if you are wading into connecting your web site with a database backend.  

Building Database-Driven Web Catalogs (Hands-on Web Development) by Sherif Danish, Patrick Gannon

  Databases on the Web : Designing and Programming for Network Access by Patricia Ju (ISBN 1558515100)  
  Web Security: A Step-by-Step Reference Guide
by Lincoln D. Stein
  Database Marketing and Data Mining
  Strategic Database Marketing : The Masterplan for Starting and Managing a Profitable, Customer-Based Marketing Program by Arthur M. Hughes. If you are looking for a primer on DB marketing, stop here. This book provides an excellent introduction to dB marketing. Tools and applications receive enough attention to whet your appetite, providing an excellent sense of when and how your organization can benefit from creative dB marketing.  
  e-Data: Turning Data into Information with Data Warehousing (Addison-Wesley Information Technology Series) by Jill Dyche, Jill Dyché  
  Data Mining Techniques : For Marketing, Sales, and Customer Support by Michael J. A. Berry, Gordon Linoff  
  Data Mining Your Website by Jesus Mena.  
  The Data Warehouse Toolkit : Practical Techniques for Building Dimensional Data Warehouses by Ralph Kimball  
  The Data Webhouse Toolkit : Building the Web-Enabled Data Warehouse by Ralph Kimball, Richard Merz  
  e-Data: Turning Data into Information with Data Warehousing (Addison-Wesley Information Technology Series) by Jill Dyche,  
  Mastering Data Mining: The Art and Science of Customer Relationship Management by Michael J. A. Berry, Gordon Linoff  
  Pretty Web Pages
  Dreamweaver 2 Bible by Joseph W. Lowery. Yes, Dreamweaver comes with a pretty decent manual by contemporary standards. Heck, it is even printed and bound. A real pleasure in this age of PDF format manuals. But, it the Dreamweaver manual is too brief and breezy for my tastes, often leaving me wondering exactly what certain things did. Lowery provides full explanation of every Dreamweaver feature. Most features are illustrated, too. If you use Dreamweaver to build static web pages, this book is a worthy addition to your reference shelf. (Comments updated 3/29/00).  
  e-Marketing, Internet and Business Strategy

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