Nearly caught up on my book reviews - Essential CVS
Just a couple more books to go, and I'll be out of the hole I dug myself into (until the next set of books show up from the publishers)... :-)
The book being reviewed today is Essential CVS by Jennifer Vesperman. CVS is an open source version control/source management system that runs under Unix/Linux. Normally that wouldn't be something I'd review, but it is also an option for source management when you install Websphere Studio Application Developer. Since it's always a good idea to have some sort of version control system in place, this is a good option (free!) to pursue. Of course, the drawback is that open source documentation can sometimes be less than wonderful for anything more than reference. Essential CVS is a good companion guide to show you the available functionality of the package, as well as help you set up the system.
You can read the full review at the Portland Domino/Notes User Group site.