Book Watch Archive
Google Search Complete! (Odyssey Press)
Friday, 05 December 2014

Become an Internet search pro quickly and easily! Google search is used to find practically anything on the web, and in almost any form. With useful tips, techniques and shortcuts, Kirk Paul Lafler and Charles Edwin Shipp provide insights into how Google search works and give numerous examples to find websites, people, businesses, articles of interest, reference works, information tools, directories, PDFs, images, current news stories, user and professional groups, and other content.


How Linux Works 2nd Ed (No Starch Press)
Thursday, 04 December 2014

Linux doesn't try to hide the important bits from you—it gives you full control of your computer. But to truly master Linux, you need to understand its internals, like how the system boots, how networking works, and what the kernel actually does. In this completely revised second edition of the book subtitled "What Every Superuser Should Know" Brian Ward makes the concepts behind Linux internals accessible to anyone curious about the inner workings of the operating system and shares knowledge that normally comes from years doing things the hard way.


JavaFX Rich Client Programming on the NetBeans Platform (Addison Wesley)
Wednesday, 03 December 2014

Focusing on JavaFX as the front end for rich client applications, this guide’s examples cover JavaFX 8 with the NetBeans Platform, NetBeans IDE, and Java 8. Gail and Paul Anderson fully explain JavaFX and its relationship with the NetBeans Platform architecture, and systematically show Java developers how to use them together effectively. Each concept and technique is supported by clearly written code examples, proven through extensive classroom teaching.


Introducing GitHub (O'Reilly)
Tuesday, 02 December 2014

If you're new to GitHub, this concise book by described as "A Non-Technical Guide"  shows you just what you need to get started and no more. Written two members the GitHub training team, Peter Bell and Brent Beer it's perfect for project and product managers, stakeholders, and other team members who want to collaborate on a development project whether it's to review and comment on work in progress or to contribute specific changes. It's also for developers just learning GitHub.

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SQL Server 2014 Backup and Recovery (Linchpin People Press)
Monday, 01 December 2014

Backups and restores are the core foundation of a DBA's job. This book is designed to help the beginner and mid-level DBA to get a strong understanding of the types of backups available within SQL Server and how to restore each of those backups. With the subtitle Techniques for Backing up amd Restoring Databases in SQL Server 2014,  Tim Radney and  John Sterrett cover the newest backup features such as backing up to Azure Storage and native SQL Server encryption.


The Computing Universe (Cambridge University Press)
Friday, 28 November 2014

Tony Hey and Gyuri Pápay lead us on a journey from the early days of computers in the 1930s to the cutting-edge research of the present day that will shape computing in the coming decades. Along the way, they explain the ideas behind hardware, software, algorithms, Moore's Law, the birth of the personal computer, the Internet and the Web, the Turing Test, Jeopardy's Watson, World of Warcraft, spyware, Google, Facebook and quantum computing and introduce the fascinating cast of dreamers and inventors who brought these great technological developments into every corner of the modern world. 


The Art of LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Programming (No Starch Press)
Thursday, 27 November 2014

With its colorful, block-based interface, EV3 programming language is designed to allow anyone to program intelligent robots, but its powerful features can be intimidating at first. Terry Griffin has written a  beginner-friendly guide (in full-color) designed to bridge that gap. You'll discover how to combine core EV3 elements like blocks, data wires, files, and variables to create sophisticated programs. You'll also learn good programming practices, memory management, and helpful debugging strategies, general skills that will be relevant to programming in any language.


NoSQL With MongoDB in 24 Hours (Sams)
Wednesday, 26 November 2014

In the Teach Yourself series, Brad Dayley  helps you build fast, efficient big-data and real-time database solutions, even if you have no experience with NoSQL. His step-by-step approach, rolled out in 24 lessons of one hour or less, shows you how to design, implement, and optimize NoSQL databases, store and manage data, and handle advanced tasks such as sharding and replication. Every lesson builds on what you’ve already learned, giving you a solid foundation for leveraging MongoDB’s power.


More Agile Testing (Addison-Wesley)
Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Janet Gregory and Lisa Crispin pioneered the agile testing discipline with Agile Testing. Now they reflect on all they’ve learned since, addressing crucial emerging issues and sharing evolved agile practices. Packed with new examples from real teams, this insightful guide offers detailed information about adapting agile testing for your environment; learning from experience and continually improving your test processes; scaling agile testing across teams; and overcoming the pitfalls of automated testing. 


OpenStack Swift (O'Reilly)
Monday, 24 November 2014

Object storage is essential today with the growth of web, mobile, and software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications. Joe Arnold, co-founder and CEO of SwiftStack, brings you up-to-speed on the basic concepts of object storage and walks you through what you need to know to plan, build, operate, and measure the performance of your own Swift storage system using OpenStack Swift, the free, open source solution for deploying high-performance object storage clusters at scale



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