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Practical Cryptography for Developers
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  • Title Practical Cryptography for Developers
  • Author(s) Svetlin Nakov
  • Publisher: Self-Publishing (, unglue; eBook (MIT Licensed)
  • License(s): MIT License
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  • Language: English
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Book Description

A modern practical book about cryptography for developers with code examples, covering core concepts, along with crypto libraries and developer tools, with a lots of code examples in Python and other languages.

You are a software developer? And sometimes you need to use cryptography in your daily job, like hashes, encryption or digital signatures? And you think cryptography is complex and full of math and it is for nerds only? No, this is not true, every developer can learn how to use cryptographic algorithms. This book will show you how: with code examples and hands-on coding experience, with less math and more practice.

This book is the perfect introduction to cryptography for programmers, security professionals, aspiring cryptographers, and anyone who finds cryptography just a little bit hard.

About the Authors
  • Svetlin Nakov has 20+ years of technical background as software engineer, project manager, consultant, trainer, and digital entrepreneur with rich technical experience (blockchain, Web development, information systems, databases, cryptography, C#, Java, JS, PHP, Python).
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