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Run Your Own Web Server Using Linux & Apache

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SitePoint Pty. Ltd. (sitepoint.com), provider of fun, practical and easy-to-understand content for Web professionals, today announced the release of ‘Run Your Own Web Server Using Linux & Apache’, collaboration between seasoned developers Stuart Langridge and Tony Steidler-Dennison.

‘If you plan to compete with the big players, your site must be up and running all the time -- it can't be allowed to suffer the potential security and performance problems that arise when you're trying to debug live scripts,' commented Tony Steidler-Dennison, co-author of the book. ‘This book is the developer's key to maintaining a professional site, while optimizing its performance.'

No prior experience with Linux is expected by the book's authors.

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