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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.


Web Scraping with Python 2nd Ed (O'Reilly)
Thursday 24 May

By writing a simple automated program, you can query web servers, request data, and parse it to extract the information you need. In the expanded edition of this practical book, author Ryan Mitchell not only introduces you web scraping, but also provides a comprehensive guide to scraping almost every type of data from the modern web.

<ASIN:1491985577>



.NET Core 2.0 By Example (Packt)
Wednesday 23 May

This book introduces .NET Core 2.0 in a succinct format that delivers concepts, along with the implications, design decisions, and potential pitfalls you might face when targeting Linux and Windows systems. With the .NET framework at its center, authors Rishabh Verma and Neha Shrivastava use five varied projects to illustrate the concepts: a multiplayer Tic-tac-toe game; a real-time chat application, Let'sChat; a chatbot; a microservice-based buying-selling application; and a movie booking application.

<ASIN:1788395093>



Software Testing (Mercury Learning)
Monday 21 May

This overview of software testing provides key concepts, case studies, and numerous techniques to ensure software is reliable and secure. Using a self-teaching format, author Rajiv Chopra covers important topics such as black, white, and gray box testing, video game testing, test point analysis, automation, and levels of testing and provides end-of-chapter multiple-choice questions and  answers to help ensure you've mastered the topics.

<ASIN:1683921666>



How to Make a Robot (Maker Media)
Friday 18 May

This book teaches the basics of modern robotics while showing how to build your own intelligent robot from scratch. Author Gordon McComb shows how to use inexpensive household materials to make the base for your robot, then add motors, power, wheels, and electronics. The robot that is created is actually five robots in one. You build your bot in stages, and add the features you want, varying the functions to create a robot that's uniquely yours.

<ASIN:1680454692>


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