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O'Reilly® Picking a Python Version: A Manifesto (David Mertz) Post under Python Programming on Sat OCT 22, 2016
This report guides you through the implicit decision tree of choosing what Python version, implementation, and distribution is best suited for you. There are two major versions: the Python 2.x series, and the newer Python 3.x series.
Elementary Algorithms (Xinyu Liu) Post under Algorithms and Data Structures on Sat OCT 22, 2016
This book doesn't only focus on an imperative (or procedural) approach, but also includes purely functional algorithms and data structures. The examples are in multiple programming languages: Haskell, C, Python, C++, Scheme/Lisp.
Applied Discrete Structures, Fundamentals (Al Doerr, et al) Post under Discrete and Finite Mathematics on Sat OCT 22, 2016
This book contains most of the fundamental concepts taught in a one semester course in discrete mathematics which is a required course for students in Computer Science, Mathematics and Information Technology.
Conversation Patterns for Software Professionals Post under Software Engineering Principles and Practices on Sat OCT 01, 2016
The main goal of this book is to give you two key skills: discovering the business needs and managing the conversation in a way that will enable you to collect precise and useful information.
Hadoop Succinctly (Elton Stoneman) Post under Data Analysis and Data Mining, Big Data, etc. on Sat OCT 01, 2016
This booky explains how Hadoop works, what goes on in the cluster, demonstrates how to move data in and out of Hadoop, and how to query it efficiently. It also walks through a Java MapReduce example, illustrates it in Python and .NET, too.
This book introduces the novel approach to building user interfaces that React provides, and walks readers through the basics of declarative user interfaces, React components, working with user input, and more.
This book is a concise introduction to ECMAScript 6 (ES6). It teaches you how to develop applications using all of those ECMAScript 6 (ES6) new functionality and features. You can also target browsers that don't even support ES6 yet using a transpiler.
Database Explorations: Essays on The Third Manifesto Post under Database Theory and Systems on Sat OCT 01, 2016
This book consists of a collection of exploratory essays on database management. The target audience is database professionals. Thus, we assume you’re somewhat familiar with both the relational model and the SQL language.