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Murach's Java Programming (5th Ed)
Wednesday 23 Aug

This is the 5th Edition of Joe Murach's best-selling core Java book. Since 2001, it has been used by thousands of beginners and experienced programmers to master the core language skills that are needed to create console, web, and mobile applications. This latest edition has been fully updated to Java 9 and has also been updated to show you how to develop Java programs using the two most popular IDEs that will boost your programming productivity.

<ASIN:1943872074>



The Great Formal Machinery Works (Princeton University Press)
Monday 21 Aug

In this book, subtitled "Theories of Deduction and Computation at the Origins of the Digital Age", author Jan von Plato draws on original sources and rare archival materials to trace the history of the theories of deduction and computation that laid the logical foundations for the digital revolution. He examines the contributions of figures such as Aristotle; the nineteenth-century German polymath Hermann Grassmann; George Boole, whose Boolean logic would prove essential to programming languages and computing; Ernst Schroder, best known for his work on algebraic logic; and Giuseppe Peano, cofounder of mathematical logic.

<ASIN: 0691174172>



Building a Mobile App: Design and Program Your Own App! (Dummies Junior)
Thursday 17 Aug

This book offers basic lessons in Android development, designed specifically for kids. Author Sarah Guthal walks you (or a child aged 7-11, the intended audience) through three fun projects that use basic coding skills using MIT′s App Inventor. This is a free, online programming tool that uses a simple block style language that makes coding easy to learn.

<ASIN:1119376424>



Learn Python 3 the Hard Way (Addison Wesley)
Tuesday 15 Aug

This book teaches Python via 52 exercises. The idea is that you read them; type their code precisely (no copying and pasting!); fix your mistakes; then watch the programs run. As you do, author Zed Shaw shows you how a computer works; what good programs look like; and how to read, write, and think about code. .

<ASIN:0134692888>



Principles of Data Wrangling (O'Reilly)
Monday 14 Aug

This practical guide shows how data wrangling, the process of converting raw data into something truly useful, can be achieved. Authors Tye Rattenbury, Joe Hellerstein, Jeffrey Heer, Sean Kandel and Connor Carreras provide business analysts with an overview of various data wrangling techniques and tools, and put the practice of data wrangling into context by asking, "What are you trying to do and why?"

<ASIN:1491938927>



Java Machine Learning (Packt Publishing)
Thursday 10 Aug

This book introduces an array of advanced techniques in machine learning. Authors Dr. Uday Kamath and Krishna Choppella cover topics including classification, clustering, anomaly detection, stream learning, active learning, semi-supervised learning, probabilistic graph modeling, text mining, deep learning, and big data batch and stream machine learning.

<ASIN:1785880519>



SQL Server 2016 High Availability Unleashed (Sams)
Tuesday 08 Aug

In this guide to delivering highly available SQL Server databases and applications, author Paul Bertucci presents in-depth coverage of SQL Server's full continuum of availability options, from the most extreme forms of fault tolerance down to "medium availability" options for less critical databases. He walks through traditional on-premises deployments; cloud deployments through Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services, hybrid deployments encompassing both on-premise and cloud components; and Big Data applications. 

<ASIN:0672337762>



Rails, Angular, Postgres and Bootstrap 2nd Ed (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
Thursday 03 Aug

The thinking behind this book is that Rails is a great tool for building web applications, but it's not the best at everything. Author David Bryant Copeland shows how to use the full stack of web development alongside Rails, from styling with Bootstrap, building an interactive user interface with Angular 4, to storing data quickly and reliably in PostgreSQL.

<ASIN:1680502204>



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