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  • O'Reilly® Mastering Bitcoin: Unlocking Digital Crypto-Currencies

    From the basic use of a Bitcoin wallet, to running a bitcoin marketplace with hundreds of thousands of transactions, or collaboratively building new financial innovations, this book will help you engineer money.

  • Accounting Succinctly: A Developer's Guide (Joe Booth)

    This bookh is a developer's guide to basic accounting. Written with business app development in mind, it discusses some of the most common accounting processes, including assets, multiple accounts, journaling, posting, inventory, and payroll.

  • Conversation Patterns for Software Professionals

    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.

  • Innovation Happens Elsewhere: Open Source as Business Strategy

    It's a plain fact: regardless of how smart, creative, and innovative your organization is, there are more smart, creative, and innovative people outside your organization than inside.

  • Software Innovation: Eight Work-Style Heuristics

    This book sets out the new field of software innovation. It organizes the existing scientific research into eight simple heuristics - guiding principles for organizing a system developer's work-life so that it focuses on innovation.

  • The Art of Insight in Science and Engineering: Mastering Complexity

    This book first teaches the tools for organizing complexity, then distinguishes the two paths for discarding complexity: with and without loss of information. Questions and problems throughout the text help readers master and apply these groups of tools.

  • How to Motivate Creative People (Including Yourself)

    Understand how motivation affects creativity, get better work out of creative people, avoid crushing people's motivation, use rewards effectively, understand and influence many different types of people, facilitate creative collaboration.

  • Mind Hacking: How to Change Your Mind for Good in 21 Days

    Have you ever wished you could reprogram your brain, just as a hacker would a computer? In this 3-step guide to improving your mental habits, learn to take charge of your mind and banish negative thoughts, habits, and anxiety�in just 21 days!

  • Software and Mind: The Mechanistic Myth and Its Consequences

    This book is on the current state of software development, should be required reading for anyone entering the programming field. Any programmer that is currently and dogmatically following any methodology should be handed a copy of this book.

  • Bitcoin Explained: Today's Complete Guide to Tomorrow's Currency

    Everyone's Been Asking - What is Bitcoin? Learn the Ins and Outs of Bitcoin, the elusive new currency, including Bitcoin Mining, how to buy, sell and invest, and how you can achieve long term profits!

  • Basic Income Tax (William Kratzke)

    This book is the third edition of a basic income tax text, revised for the 2015-2016 academic year. It is intended to be a readable text, suitable for a three-hour course for a class comprised of law students with widely different backgrounds.

  • Reverse Engineering for Beginners (Dennis Yurichev)

    This book teaches you how to decipher assembly language for those beginners who would like to learn to understand x86 (which accounts for almost all executable software in the world) and ARM code created by C/C++ compilers.

  • The Security Development Lifecycle: More Secure Software

    This book is the first to detail a rigorous, proven methodology that measurably minimizes security bugs - the Security Development Lifecycle (SDL). It guides you through each stage of the SDL-from education and design to testing and post-release.

  • The Psychology of Menu Selection (Kent L. Norman)

    Menu selection is emerging as an important mode of human/computer interaction. This book, devoted to the topic, provides detailed theoretical and empirical information of interest to software designers and human/computer interaction specialists, etc.

  • Game Research Methods: An Overview (Petri Lankoski, et al)

    This book provides an introduction to various game research methods that are useful to students in all levels of higher education covering both quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods.

  • Vulnerability Management for Dummies (Qualys)

    This book is all about what you can do to automatically manage vulnerabilities and keep your network safe from attack. It arms you with the facts and shows you how to implement a successful Vulnerability Management program.

  • The Coming Swarm: DDOS Actions, Hacktivism, and Internet

    This book examines the history, development, theory, and practice of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) actions as a tactic of political activism, with a historically grounded analysis, and a focus on early deployments of activist DDOS.

  • Mind Relief Manuscript (Jerry Stocking)

    In this book, the author's simple tricks and exercises that will allow you to quiet your mind, reduce stress and think clearly. You will access mental flexibility and deep inner peace while reading through this fast fun book, guaranteed to lighten your day!

  • Building the Second Mind: The Origins of Artificial Intelligence

    This book tells the history of the origins of Artificial Intelligence (AI). As the field that seeks to do things that would be considered intelligent if a human being did them, AI is a constant of human thought.

  • Against Intellectual Property (Stephan N Kinsella)

    The author is to argue that the very existence of patents are contrary to a free market, and adds in here copyrights and trademarks too. They all use the state to create artificial scarcities of non-scarce goods and employ coercion.

  • Coding Freedom: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Hacking

    Anyone who thinks about programmers, open source, online communities, or the politics of intellectual property should have a copy of this book on the shelf.

  • Accounting Succinctly: A Developer�s Guide (Joe Booth)

    This book is a developer�s guide to basic accounting. Written with business app development in mind, it discusses some of the most common accounting processes, including assets, multiple accounts, journaling, posting, inventory, and payroll.

  • Teaching Crowds: Learning and Social Media (Jon Dron, et al)

    This book introduces a new model for understanding and exploiting the pedagogical potential of Web-based technologies, one that rests on connections - on networks and collectives - rather than on separations.

  • Invisible Engines: How Software Platforms Drive Innovation

    Software platforms are the invisible engines that have created, touched, or transformed nearly every major industry for the past quarter century. They power everything from mobile phones and automobile navigation systems to search engines and web portals.

  • O'Reilly® PNG, The Definitive Guide (Greg Roelofs)

    This book addresses the needs of both graphic designers who want to get the most out of the format and programmers who want to add full PNG support to their own applications.

  • Encyclopedia of Graphics File Formats: The Complete Reference

    This is the definitive work on file formats - the book that will become a classic for graphics programmers and everyone else who deals with the low-level technical details of graphics files.

  • Don't Just Roll The Dice - A Usefully Short Guide to Software Pricing

    This usefully short book will help you get the theory, practical advice and case studies you need to stop you reaching for the dice.

  • The Unicode Standard, Version 5.0 (The Unicode Consortium)

    This is the one book all developers using Unicode must have. The core specification gives the general principles, requirements for conformance, and guidelines for implementers. The code charts show representative glyphs for all the Unicode characters.

  • PDF Succinctly (Ryan Hodson)

    Understanding the components of PDFs, how text and graphics are added to them, and how the final PDF is compiled. It also includes an introduction to iTextSharp, a C# library that provides an object-oriented wrapper for native PDF elements.

  • Quantum Computing Since Democritus (Scott Aaronson)

    This book takes readers on a tour through some of the deepest ideas of maths, computer science and physics. Full of insights, arguments and philosophical perspectives, the book covers an amazing array of topics.

  • Open Government: Collaboration, Transparency, and Participation

    Through a collection of essays and case studies, leading visionaries and practitioners both inside and outside of government share their ideas on how to achieve and direct this emerging world of online collaboration, transparency, and participation.

  • From Bricks to Brains: Embodied Cognitive Science of LEGO Robots

    This book introduces embodied cognitive science and illustrates its foundational ideas through the construction and observation of LEGO Mindstorms robots.

  • Hubble's Legacy (Roger D. Launius, et al)

    This book, which includes contributions from historians of science, key scientists and administrators, and one of the principal astronauts who led many of the servicing missions, is meant to capture the history of this iconic instrument.

  • Hubble 25: A Quarter-Century of Discovery with the Telescope

    In celebration of the Hubble Space Telescope's 25th anniversary, explore 25 of Hubble's breathtaking and significant images. Along with companion descriptions and videos, the 25 images highlight the telescope's amazing capabilities.

  • The Future of Reputation: Gossip, Rumor, and Privacy on the Internet

    This engrossing book, brimming with amazing examples of gossip, slander, and rumor on the Internet, explores the profound implications of the online collision between free speech and privacy. It offers a fascinating account of how the Internet is transforming gossip, the way we shame others, and our ability to protect our own reputations.

  • A Student's Key to Ancient Greek Thought: An Introduction

    In a powerful account of the works of amazing ancient authors, this book reveals the beginnings of knowledge and wisdom in Ancient Greece. Greek Philosophy played a key role in Ancient Greek History and Culture. How does this help us today?

  • Bioscience and the Good Life (Iain Brassington)

    This book explores the complex relationship between modern biosciences and human flourishing, their sympathies and schisms, and the instances of their reconciliation. Here cognitive enhancement, longevity, and the spectacle of excellence in sports, are examined within the context of what constitutes a life well lived.

  • Genomes, 2nd Edition (Terence A. Brown)

    This book covers modern molecular genetics from the genomics perspective, incorporating major advances made in the past three years, including the sequencing of the human genome, characterization of genome expression and replication processes, and transcriptomics and proteomics.

  • Human Physiology (Wikibooks)

    This textbook provides an introductory explanation of the workings of the human body, with an effort to draw connections between the body systems and explain their interdependencies. A framework for the book is homeostasis and how the body maintains balance within each system.

  • Technical Analysis of the Stock Market

    Organized to walk traders through the primary technical skills to more sophisticated techniques, this book will teach you how to read charts, identify trades, spot buy signals, spot sell signals, and use pivot points to boost returns.

  • Tablet Topics (Jon Paul Olivier)

    Do you have a tablet or smartphone and only use it for one or two functions? Do you want to find out what else your device can do? This book shows many of the things your mobile device is capable of.

  • The ABC of PDF with iText: PDF Syntax Essentials (Bruno Lowagie)

    This book gives a short introduction to the syntax of the Portable Document Format. It's not the definitive guide, but it should be sufficient to help you out when reading the other iText books.

  • Mind, Body, World: Foundations of Cognitive Science (M. Dawson)

    Intended to introduce both graduate and senior undergraduate students to the foundations of cognitive science, Mind, Body, World addresses a number of questions currently being asked by those practicing in the field.

  • A Companion to Digital Humanities (Susan Schreibman, et al)

    This book is focusing on the experience of particular disciplines in applying computational methods to humanities research problems; the basic principles of humanities computing across applications and disciplines; specific applications and methods; and production, dissemination, and archiving.

  • Notam's Illustrated (Jerry Miller)

    Everything you will ever need to know about Notices to Airmen (NOTAM) is contained in this book, Notam's Illustrated, written by air traffic control specialist Jerome Miller who, as part of his job, issues notams. Don't expect it to read like a novel.

  • RAND and the Information Evolution: A History in Essays

    This book describes RAND1s contributions to the evolution of computer science, particularly during the first decades following World War II, etc..

  • After the Software Wars (Keith Cary Curtis)

    We have all the necessary hardware, and have had it for years, but don't yet have robot-driven cars because we don't have the software. This book explains how we can build better software and all get our own high-tech chauffeur.

  • Let Over Lambda - 50 Years of Lisp (Doug Hoyte)

    This book is one of the most hardcore computer programming books out there. Starting with the fundamentals, it describes the most advanced features of the most advanced language: Common Lisp.

  • Butterick's Practical Typography (Matthew Butterick)

    The typographic rules in this book aren't specific to particular software. You can apply these rules in just about any modern page-layout program or word processor.

  • Book of Speed: The Business, Psychology and Technology of Apps

    This book gives you practical industry examples and studies which expose the effects of performance on the bottom line. If you�re not convinced that speed means money, read on.

  • Getting Started with MakerBot (Bre Pettis, Jay Shergill)

    This book shows you how the MakerBot open source 3D printer democratizes manufacturing and brings the power of large factories right to your desktop. Not only will you learn how to operate MakerBot, you'll also get guidelines.

  • Create or Perish: The Case for Inventions and Patents

    This book explores the history of private and public rights in scientific discoveries and applied engineering, leading to the development of worldwide patent systems. The classes of invention protectable under the patent laws will be examined.

  • Knowledge Management in Policing: Enforcing Law on Enterprises

    This book offers new insights into the understanding of organized crime based on the enterprise paradigm and the theory of profit-driven crimes. It will be a source of debate and inspiration for those in law enforcement and academia in this area.

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