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  • Demystifying the Academic Research Enterprise

    What next-generation scholars need to know in order to thrive, and how they can actively participate in shaping the academic research enterprise. For undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and early career faculty.

  • The Code Challenge Book: How to Ace the Coding Interview

    Coding challenges are meant to be representative of real software engineering tasks that may arise in everyday programming, they can still be related to solutions for real engineering issues.

  • Problem Solving for Coding Interviews (Karthik Naidu)

    This book is a software engineer's notes on problem solving. Ideally suited as practice material for coding interviews. This started out as a collection of interview questions and solutions that suthor accumulated over the years.

  • Ace the Coding Interview with Python and JavaScript (Al Sweigart)

    Recursion has an intimidating reputation. This book uses Python and JavaScript examples to teach the basics of recursion, exposing the ways that it's often poorly taught and clarifying the fundamental principles of all recursive algorithms.

  • How to Answer Hard Interview Questions: Get the Job You Want

    This is an excellent reference to questions and potential best responses to difficult interview questions. It covers everything you need to know about an interview before, during and after the interview.

  • Demystifying Case Interviews (Quartz Strategy Consultants)

    Many candidates are nervous about case interviews. Because the specific case cannot be prepared in advance - you don't know what the case will be. This book will demystify case interviews and give you guidelines and advice on how to prepare for them.

  • Great Answers to the Toughest Interview Questions

    This book is thoroughly updated to reflect the realities of today’s job market. Whatever your age and experience, whether you are seeking your very first job or finally breaking into the executive office, this is the one book you need to get that job.

  • Succeeding at Interviews: Give Great Answers and Ask Questions

    Interviewees need the right skills for the interview as well as the right skills for the job. This book covers preparation and follow-up as well as 'inside the interview' techniques, enabling candidates to tune in to the interviewer and excel on the day.

  • Waking Up: Freeing Ourselves From Work (Pamela Satterwhite)

    How we came to be servants of an economic system, rather than the other way around. It proposes a theory of wholism for critiquing the present reality and envisioning the world we want, and then suggests concrete actions to help us get there.

  • Successful Remote Working Succinctly (Lorenzo Barbieri)

    This book handles the question with sincerity of insight and clarity of thought. How can working remotely be healthy and equitable? How can it be productive and secure? What software and equipment are needed, and how best to set them up?

  • The Secret of Success (William Walker Atkinson)

    One of the most influential books written on the subject of attaining success. Although everyone's definition of success may be different, the common ground is the attainment of each one's particular goal. The key point to this book is that of 'individuality'.

  • What's the Worth? The Economic Values of College Majors

    This report analyzes 171 majors in 15 categories. It tracks earnings by majors and provides key break outs on questions of race/ethnicity and the gender differences in earnings.

  • The Survival of a Mathematician: From Tenure-track to Emeritus

    In short, this is a survival manual for the professional mathematician. A successful mathematical career involves doing good mathematics, to be sure, but also requires a wide range of skills that are not normally taught in graduate school.

  • What is Academic Freedom?: A Century of Debate, 1915–Present

    This book explores the history of the debate, from 1915 to the present, about the meaning of academic freedom, particularly as concerns political activism on the college campus.

  • Go It Alone! Building a Successful Business on Your Own

    This book shows you the practical steps that will allow nearly any individual to create a business, often using job skills that seem to require an entire corporation for support. It is no longer necessary to spend time on the tasks that don't add value.

  • Public Speaking for Geeks Succinctly (Lorenzo Barbieri)

    You'll learn about all the components that contribute to a memorable talk. Discover the essentials of defining personal standards; preparing a presentation; what to do before, during, and after a talk; and more.

  • Beginning ESOL (Eric Dodson, et al)

    This book contains three levels of interactive grammar lessons and reading activities for beginning students of ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages). Each lesson is accompanied by self-correcting exercises.

  • How To Save Jobs (David Gewirtzs)

    Powerfully effective hands-on tips, techniques, and strategies that you personally can take to keep and create jobs, without waiting for politicians to get their act together. This is a great book with useful suggestions for people at all levels of employment.

  • Principles of Marketing (Jeff Tanner, et al.)<

    This book carries five dominant themes throughout in order to expose students to marketing in today's environment: Service dominant logic Sustainability Ethics and social responsibility Global coverage Metrics.

  • Butterick's Practical Typography (Matthew Butterick)

    Typography can enhance your writing. Typography can create a better first impression. Typography can reinforce your key points. Typography can extend reader attention - ignoring it means ignoring an opportunity to improve the effectiveness of your writing.

  • Technical Writing (Michele DeSilva, et al)

    This is a textbook focusing on writing in the workplace, with an emphasis on audience analysis, writing for specific situations, document design, research processes, and visual aids. Combining examples, practical advice, and priceless insider tips, etc.

  • Writing and Publishing Scientific Papers (Gabor Lövei)

    The book's three main sections correspond with the three main stages of a paper's journey from idea to print: planning, writing, and publishing, targeting scientists whose first language is not English.

  • Exploring Perspectives: A Concise Guide to Analysis

    This is a book for people in business, government, non-profit organizations, and education. It's a book for those writing serious material for their jobs and their callings. The aim is to prepare any people to write analytical essays.

  • Starting Your Own Computer Business (Morris Rosenthal)

    This book offers a realistic picture of making it on your own. Bestselling author, Morris Rosenthal, has 15 years of experience in the computer business, building and repairing thousands of PCs and helping hundreds of customers.

  • Resume Secrets Exposed (Gavin F. Redelman)

    While there is no exact science to writing the perfect CV, this eBook will provide you with as much information on what to include in the CV as well as avoiding the major mistakes that commonly lead to having your CV deleted.

  • Six Steps To Job Search Success (Caroline Ceniza-Levine, et al)

    This book is a practical discussion of actionable steps (six of them!) that students can take to land a job regardless of the market. It's about the proactive things that students can do to get themselves a job.

  • Time To Find A New Job (Gavin F. Redelman)

    This book provides you with proven advice, tips and strategies to help you through the job process including: resume writing, strategies, the point of the cover letter, creating that professional image through your social networks, etc.

  • 4 Steps to Career Success: The New Career Transition Workbook

    This book is primarily to help those seeking employment job change although if you are contemplating setting up your own business and becoming self-employed the fundamentals are the same although some of the detail may need to be adapted.

  • Creating your CV as a Self Marketing Tool (Paul H Brisk)

    This book goes through a structured approach of how to tackle each key stage in order to bring your CV together, by carrying out a number of self analysis exercises - a creative and meaningful profile, clearly identifying your achievements and what you offer.

  • The 3 Pillars of Personal Effectiveness (Troels Richter)

    The purpose of this book is to introduce you to the world of personal effectiveness and through simple steps help you get a better sense of importance, optimize your focus and improve your workflow in order to achieve more value.

  • Academic Careers for Computer Scientists and Engineers

    The information age has grown out of the work of experimental computer science, which is dedicated to the development of new hardware, software, graphics, interfaces, and other computer system technologies.

  • Apprenticeship Patterns: For the Aspiring Software Craftsman

    This book is written in order to share solutions to the dilemmas that are often faced by inexperienced software developers. Discover how this book can help you make the best of both your life and your career.

  • Occupational Outlook Handbook (U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)

    The profiles featured here cover hundreds of occupations and describe What They Do, Work Environment, How to Become One, Pay, and more. Each profile also includes BLS employment projections.

  • Spring Interview Questions and Answers (JCGs)

    This is a summary of some of the most important questions concerning the Spring Framework, that you may be asked to answer in an interview or in an interview test procedure! The majority of the things you may be asked is collected in this guide.

  • Shove It, FizzBuzz: How to Find and Land a .NET Development Job

    This book teaches you the five traits every successful developer should possess, gives tips on how to improve your overall marketability, teaches you how to write an effective resume, and prepares you for a technical interview.

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