Book Watch Archive
Sams Teach Yourself C in One Hour a Day, 7th Ed (Sams)
Tuesday, 14 January 2014

Fully revised for the new C11 standard and libraries, emphasizes platform-independent C programming using free, open-source C compilers. This edition strengthens its focus on C programming fundamentals, and adds new material on popular C-based object-oriented programming languages such as Objective-C.

<ASIN:0789751992>

 
Digital Forensics Processing and Procedures (Syngress)
Monday, 13 January 2014

With the subtitle "Meeting the Requirements of ISO 17020, ISO 17025, ISO 27001 and Best Practice", this comprehensive handbook covers the complete lifecycle of digital evidence and the chain of custody. Includes international procedures, best practices, compliance, and a companion web site with downloadable forms. A must for any digital forensics lab.

<ASIN:1597497428>

 
HTML5 Game Programming with enchant.js (Apress)
Saturday, 11 January 2014

This step-by-step guide to the free, open-source HTML5 and JavaScript engine enchant.js, gives first-time programmers of all ages the tools to turn their video game ideas into reality.  It begins with the foundations of game programming and goes on to introduce advanced topics like 3D.

<ASIN:1430247436>

 
Node.js in Action (Manning)
Friday, 10 January 2014

This example-driven tutorial starts at square one and guides you through all the features, techniques, and concepts you'll need to build production-quality Node applications. You'll start by learning how to set up your Node development environment and after running some simple demonstration programs, dive into asynchronous programming.

<ASIN:1617290572>

 
DB2 Essentials: Understanding DB2 in a Big Data World (IBM Press)
Thursday, 09 January 2014

Covers everything you need to get productive with the latest version of IBM DB2 and apply it to today’s business challenges. It discusses key features introduced in DB2 Versions 10.5, 10.1, and 9.7, including improvements in manageability, integration, security, Big Data support, BLU Acceleration, and cloud computing.

<ASIN:0133461904>

 
Heroku: Up and Running (O'Reilly)
Wednesday, 08 January 2014

Take full advantage of Heroku’s cloud-based hosting services. This guide takes you through the inner workings of this PaaS platform and delivers practical advice for architecting your application to work as efficiently as possible. Learn best practices for improving speed and throughput, solving latency issues, locating and fixing problems and ensuring your deployments go smoothly.

<ASIN:144934139X>

 
Software Engineering: Architecture-driven Software Development (Morgan Kaufmann)
Tuesday, 07 January 2014

The first comprehensive guide to the underlying skills embodied in the IEEE's Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (SWEBOK) standard. Standards expert Richard Schmidt explains the traditional software engineering practices recognized for developing projects for government or corporate systems.

<ASIN:0124077684>

 
The Technical and Social History of Software Engineering (Addison Wesley)
Monday, 06 January 2014

Drawing on several decades as a researcher and innovator, Capers Jones illuminates the field’s broad sweep of progress and its many eras of invention. He assesses the immense impact of software engineering on society, and previews its even more remarkable future.

<ASIN:0321903420>

 

 
The Dream Team Nightmare (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
Saturday, 04 January 2014

This first-ever interactive Agile Adventure is the gripping tale of an experienced team struggling with agile adoption. Taking on the role of Jim the agile coach you'll overcome common yet daunting challenges that come from using agile methods. Find out what really works and what fails miserably from the consequences of your choices.

<ASIN:1937785718>

 
Understanding Computation (O'Reilly)
Friday, 03 January 2014

With the subtitle "From Simple Machines to Impossible Programs" Tom Stuart explains theoretical computer science in a context you’ll recognize, helping you appreciate why these ideas matter and how they can inform your day-to-day programming. Uses Ruby in a reductionist manner to present formal semantics, automata theory, and functional programming with the lambda calculus.

<ASIN:1449329276>

 
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