Book review: RT Essentials and The Definitive Guide to Apache mod_rewrite

RT Essentials and The Definitive “I work with a guy named Todd who suggested our department start using RT. We were already using a simple ticketing system and no one really saw a need to replace it. Even so, he kept pushing and set up his own RT server. Finally, everyone agreed to try it out. It was clumsy at first, but after a week or so, I started to get the hang of it. Six months later, I think RT is one of the best tools I\u2019ve used in my career…” Read complete review online.

The Definitive Guide to Apache mod_rewrite “The wonderful folks over at Apress sent me a preview copy of The Definitive Guide to Apache mod_rewrite. Before reading this book, I knew the very basics about mod_rewrite and only used it once or twice to mangle a URL. However, after reading, I’m amazed at everything this single module can accomplish….” Read complete review online.

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