Book Watch Archive
Book Watch Archive
Effective Debugging (Addison Wesley)
Thursday, 06 October 2016

Diomidis Spinellis sets out to help experienced programmers become even better by categorizing, explaining, and illustrating the most useful debugging methods, strategies, techniques, and tools. His 66 techniques address every facet of debugging and are illustrated with step-by-step instructions and code. 


Identity and Data Security for Web Development (O'Reilly)
Tuesday, 04 October 2016

Developers need to ensure that users and data are protected in web applications. In this best practices guide, Jonathan LeBlanc and Tim Messerschmidt look at the concepts, technology, and programming methodologies necessary to build a secure interface for data and identity - without compromising usability.


Front-End Web Development (Big Nerd Ranch Guides)
Monday, 03 October 2016

Writing for programmers coming from older platforms or different web paradigms, two Big Nerd Ranch boot camp trainers get you up-to-speed on the tools and best practices needed for front-end web development. Chris Aquino and Todd Gandee bring together the JavaScript, HTML5, and CSS3 skills that experienced developers need to succeed in modern front-end web development. 


Raspberry Pi User Guide, 4th Ed (Wiley)
Friday, 30 September 2016

Eben Upton, co-creator of the Raspberry Pi, and Gareth Halfacree have updated their "unofficial guide" to the Rapberry Pi. This new fourth edition has been updated to cover the Raspberry Pi 3 board and software with detailed discussion on its wide array of configurations, languages, and applications. You'll learn how to take full advantage of the Pi's full capabilities, and then expand those capabilities even more with add-on technologies.


Microservice Architecture: Aligning Principles, Practices, and Culture (O'Reilly)
Tuesday, 27 September 2016

In this practical guide to Microservice Architecture Irakli Nadareishvili and co-authors cover the entire microservices landscape, including the principles, technologies, and methodologies of this modular style of system building. You'll learn about the experiences of organizations around the globe that have successfully adopted microservices.


Liftoff, 2nd Ed (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
Monday, 26 September 2016

With the subtitle Start and Sustain Successful Agile Teams Diana Larsen and Ainsley Nies help you to align your team to one purpose: successful delivery.  Readers will learn new insights and techniques for starting projects and teams the right way, with expanded concepts for planning, organizing, and conducting liftoff meetings. Real-life stories illustrate how others have effectively started (or restarted) their teams and projects.


Data Visualization with Python and JavaScript (O'Reilly)
Thursday, 22 September 2016

Learn how to turn raw data into rich, interactive web visualizations with the powerful combination of Python and JavaScript. With this hands-on guide, Kyran Dale teaches you how build a basic dataviz toolchain with best-of-breed Python and JavaScript libraries, including Scrapy, Matplotlib, Pandas, Flask, and D3, for crafting engaging, browser-based visualizations. 


Cool Scratch Projects (In Easy Steps)
Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Following on from Scratch Programming in easy steps, Sean McManus gives you great ideas to create computer games and other projects that’ll impress your friends and family – and you’ll have endless fun creating and playing them! The book provides step-by-step instructions for building projects that show off some of the cool things you can do with Scratch.


Modern Web Development (Microsoft Press)
Monday, 19 September 2016

Dino Esposito takes a pragmatic, problem-driven, user-focused approach to planning, designing, and building dynamic web solutions in this book. He shows how to gain maximum value from Domain-Driven Design (DDD), define optimal supporting architecture, and succeed with modern UX-first design approaches. Esposito guides you through choosing and implementing specific technologies and addresses key user-experience topics, including mobile-friendly and responsive design.


Game Hacking (No Starch Press)
Thursday, 15 September 2016

The subtitle "Developing Autonomous Bots for Oline Games" reveals what to expect. You don't need to be a wizard to transform a game you like into a game you love. Bring your knowledge of Windows-based development and memory management, and Nick Cano will teach you what you need to become a true game hacker. Learn the basics, like reverse engineering, assembly code analysis, programmatic memory manipulation, and code injection.



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