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Is Parallel Programming Hard? If So, What Can You Do About It?
Post under Parallel Computing and Programming on Sat May 20, 2023
Examines what makes parallel programming hard, and describes design techniques that can help you avoid many parallelprogramming pitfalls. It is primarily intended for lowlevel C/C++ code, but offers valuable lessons for other environments as well.

Learn Programming: Tour Through the Programming Jungle
Post under Computer Programming and Software Design on Sat May 20, 2023
This book is aimed at readers who are interested in software development but have very little to no prior experience. The book focuses on teaching the core principles around software development.

Web Programming with ASP.NET Core (HansPetter Halvorsen)
Post under Microsoft .NET Programming and Web Programming on Sat May 20, 2023
This textbook gives an overview of Web and Web programming in general and with focus on ASP.NET and ASP.NET Core. ASP.NET and ASP.NET Core are web development frameworks created by Microsoft.

Algorithms for Optimization (Mykel J. Kochenderfer, et al.)
Post under Algorithms and Optimization on Sat May 20, 2023
A comprehensive introduction to optimization with a focus on practical algorithms for the design of engineering systems. Readers will learn about computational approaches for a range of challenges.

The Feynman Lectures on Physics (Richard P. Feynman, et al.)
Post under Physics and Quantum Computing on Sat May 20, 2023
Ranging from the most basic principles of Newtonian physics through such formidable theories as general relativity and quantum mechanics, Feynman's lectures stand as a monument of clear exposition and deep insight.

Data Spaces: Design, Deployment and Future Directions
Post under Data Storage, Data Warehouse, Data Lake, etc. on Sat May 20, 2023
This open access book aims to educate Data Space designers to understand what is required to create a successful data space. It arranges these contributions into three parts: design, deployment, and future directions respectively.

Machine Learning under Resource Constraints (Katharina Morik)
Post under Machine Learning and Deep Learning on Sat May 13, 2023
It provides a comprehensive overview of the novel approaches to machine learning research that consider resource constraints, as well as the application of the described methods in various domains of science and engineering.

Python Packages (Tomas Beuzen, et al.)
Post under Python Programming on Sat May 13, 2023
An open source book that describes modern and efficient workflows for creating Python packages. Covering the entire Python packaging life cycle, this essential guide takes readers from package creation all the way to effective maintenance and updating.

Modern Cryptography Volume 1: A Classical Introduction
Post under Cryptography and Coding Theory on Sat May 13, 2023
This book systematically explores the statistical characteristics of cryptographic systems, the computational complexity theory of cryptographic algorithms and the mathematical principles behind various encryption and decryption algorithms.

Mathematical Foundations and Aspects of Discrete Mathematics
Post under Discrete and Finite Mathematics on Sat May 13, 2023
This is a book about discrete mathematics which also discusses mathematical reasoning and logic. It offers an introduction to discrete mathematics for undergraduate students in computer science and mathematics.

Learn Swift by Examples (Piotr Fulmański)
Post under Swift Programming and iOS Programming on Sat May 06, 2023
This book is addressed to all the people who want to learn basics of Swift. It assumes you have at least basic programming skills. you'll explore from the ground up: from collecting and controlling data to reusing code.

Programming Microcontrollers in C (Ted Van Sickle)
Post under Microcontroller Programming and C Programming on Sat May 06, 2023
This book shows you how to fully utilize the C language to exploit the power of today's advanced microcontrollers through extensive programming examples drawn from typical applications, and discusses real world examples as well as theoretical models.

2D Game Development: From Zero To Hero (Penaz, et al.)
Post under Computer and Video Game Programming on Sat May 06, 2023
The book consists of lecture notes which are designed to help students to learn fundamental principles that apply to game programming regardless of the language they use to create the game.

Java Based Real Time Programming (Klas Nilsson)
Post under Advanced Java and Reatime Systems on Sat May 06, 2023
This book approaches the realtime issues via established webprogramming and concurrency techniques, which will reveal a few deficiencies of the standard Java platform. A realtime package and a few runtime extensions will be presented.

Geographic Data Science with Python (Sergio Rey, et al.)
Post under GIS, Python Programming, and Data Science on Sat May 06, 2023
Provides the tools, the methods, and the theory to meet the challenges of contemporary data science applied to geographic problems and data, by using geographical and computational reasoning to unlock new insights hidden within data.

More than a Game: The Computer Game as Fictional Form
Post under Game Design and Gamers on Sat May 06, 2023
This book considers the computer game as a new and emerging mode of contemporary storytelling, discusses questions of narrative and realism in four of the most significant games of the last decade: Tomb Raider, HalfLife, Close Combat and SimCity.

Introducing Istio Service Mesh for Microservices
Post under Microservices and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) on Sat May 06, 2023
Istio is the implementation of a service mesh that creates resilience in your applications as you connect, manage, and secure microservices. This book introduces you to several key microservices capabilities that Istio provides on Kubernetes and OpenShift.

OpenGL Programming (WikiBooks)
Post under Computer Graphics and C++ Programming on Sat May 06, 2023
This book presents definitive, comprehensive information on OpenGL 4.X, SPIRV, OpenGL extensions, and the OpenGL Shading Language. It will serve you for as long as you write or maintain OpenGL code.

Artificial Intelligence for Digitising Industry  Applications
Post under Artificial Intelligence and Logic Programming on Sat May 06, 2023
This book provides indepth insights into use cases implementing artificial intelligence (AI) applications at the edge. It covers new ideas, concepts, research, and innovation to enable the development and deployment of AI, etc.

Sets, Logic, Computation: An Open Introduction to Metalogic
Post under Mathematical Logic  Computability, Set Theory, Model Theory, etc on Sat May 06, 2023
It covers naive set theory, firstorder logic, sequent calculus and natural deduction, the completeness, compactness, and LöwenheimSkolem theorems, Turing machines, and the undecidability of the halting problem and of firstorder logic.
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