Book Watch Archive
Book Watch Archive

Book Watch is I Programmer's listing of new books and is compiled using publishers' publicity material. It is not to be read as a review where we provide an independent assessment. Some, but by no means all, of the books in Book Watch are eventually reviewed.


Pearson Education (InformIT)

Designing the Internet of Things (Wiley)
Saturday, 02 November 2013

The Internet of Things is a hot topic in technology: how to successfully combine hardware, embedded software, web services, electronics, and cool design to create cutting-edge devices that are fun, interactive, and practical. If you′d like to create the next must–have product, this book is the perfect place to start.


InfoPath with SharePoint 2013 How-To (Sams)
Friday, 01 November 2013

Easy-to-use solutions for using InfoPath with SharePoint 2013 with step-by-step help and guidance with the tasks you’ll perform most often. You’ll learn better ways to design and develop intuitive, effective form-based solutions, and then efficiently administer, secure, and troubleshoot them.


PMP Rapid Review (Microsoft Press)
Thursday, 31 October 2013

Assess your readiness for the updated Project Management Professional (PMP) Exam and quickly identify where you need to focus and practice. This practical, streamlined guide walks you through each exam task, providing "need to know" checklists, review questions, tips, and links to further study-all designed to help bolster your preparation.


Programming Groovy 2 (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Groovy brings you a flexible, highly productive, agile, dynamic language that runs on the rich framework of the Java Platform. It preserves the Java semantics and extends the JDK to give you true dynamic language capabilities. This book subtitled "Dynamic Productivity for the Java Developer" helps the experienced Java developer, learn and take advantage of Groovy's latest version.


Realtime Web Apps (Apress)
Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Subtitled "With HTML5 WebSocket, PHP, and jQuery" this book is aimed at the absolute beginner through to intermediate-level web developers looking to take the next leap forward in website and app development: realtime. Using a practical approach rather than focusing on dry theory, it guides you through building your first app using HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, and Pusher.


Java 7 Pocket Guide (O'Reilly)
Monday, 28 October 2013

Updated for new features through Java SE 7, this little book provides a handy reference to the standard features of the Java programming language and its platform. Includes examples, tables, figures, and lists, plus information about the Java Scripting API, third-party tools, and the basics of the Unified Modeling Language (UML).


Arduino and LEGO Projects (Apress)
Saturday, 26 October 2013

Shows how to combine two of the coolest things on the planet to make fun gadgets like a Magic Lantern RF reader, a sensor-enabled LEGO music box, and even an Arduino-controlled LEGO train set. For both LEGO and Arduino enthusiasts shows how to incorporate sensors into your LEGO projects and to use Arduino to control LEGO motors.




Python In Easy Steps (Easy Steps)
Friday, 25 October 2013

How to program in Python with complete examples that illustrate each aspect with colourized source code. Begins by explaining how to install the free Python interpreter so you can quickly begin to create your own executable programs by copying the book's examples. After covering Python language basics  moves on to provide examples of Object Oriented Programming (OOP) and CGI scripting to handle web form data.


AOP in .NET: Practical Aspect-Oriented Programming (Manning)
Thursday, 24 October 2013

Introduces aspect-oriented programming to .NET developers and provides practical guidance on how to get the most benefit from this technique in your everyday coding. The book's many examples concentrate on modularizing non-functional requirements that often sprawl throughout object-oriented projects.


Bootstrap (O'Reilly)
Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Gets you started building pages with Bootstrap’s HTML/CSS-based tools and design templates right away. You’ll also learn how to extend your app with interactive features, using its suite of jQuery plugins, often without writing a single line of code. Developed by Twitter and available free from GitHub, Bootstrap supports responsive design by dynamically adjusting your web page layout.


Understanding Augmented Reality: Concepts and Applications (Morgan Kaufmann)
Tuesday, 22 October 2013

A technical overview provides the necessary background of what Augmented Reality (AR) really is, the lay of the land in terms of hardware, software, interaction techniques, content development, and usability concerns to prepare you to create compelling and appropriate AR applications.


The Definitive Guide to HTML5 WebSocket (Apress)
Monday, 21 October 2013

Discusses how WebSocket-based architectures provide a dramatic reduction in unnecessary network overhead and latency compared to older HTTP (Ajax) architectures, how to layer widely used protocols such as XMPP and STOMP on top of WebSocket, and how to secure WebSocket connections and deploy WebSocket-based applications to the enterprise.



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