Book of the day

Book Review

Introducing Python
Friday 22 Sep

Author: Bill Lubanovic
Publisher: O'Reilly, 2014
Pages: 478
ISBN: 9781449359362
Print: 1449359361
Kindle: B00PHTRLO2
Audience: Not beginners 
Rating: 4
Reviewer: Mike James 

Python is a popular first language and it is used by many first courses in programming. An Introduction to Python is perhaps just what we all need. 


Featured Articles

How WiFi Works
Harry Fairhead
article thumbnail

WiFi has freed the computer from being tied to a network connection by wires. If you think your tablet or smartphone is fun, imagine if you needed a wire to connect it to the Internet. But WiFi isn't just a dumb radio transmitter and receiver, it is a sophisticated computer in its own right and it deserves to be better understood.

Hardcore DevOps: Building A Portable Weblogic Client on the CLI
Nikos Vaggalis
article thumbnail

It shouldn't be that difficult to build a standalone Weblogic WS-Security enabled client for invoking JAX Web Services, but the reality is that it is. Let's find out why.

Binary - Negative Numbers
Mike James
article thumbnail

Binary arithmetic is easy, so easy a computer can do it, but what about negative numbers? This is altogether more tricky and isn't just a matter of putting a negative sign in front of the number.

The Programmers Guide To Kotlin: Advanced Functions
Mike James
article thumbnail

Although we have had a brief look at functions in an earlier chapter, functions are so central to what makes Kotlin special they deserve a chapter to themselves. In this chapter we look at how functions make Kotlin more powerful and easier to use.

jQuery 3 - Promises, Deferred & WebWorkers
Ian Elliot
article thumbnail

It is fairly easy to consume promises returned by asynchronous functions that other programmers have put together for you. It is only a little more difficult to use promises to create your own asynchronous functions that run in parallel a non-UI thread. 

RSS feed of all content
I Programmer - full contents
Copyright © 2017 All Rights Reserved.
Joomla! is Free Software released under the GNU/GPL License.