Blockchain Basics: A Non-Technical Introduction in 25 Steps
In 25 concise steps, you will learn the basics of blockchain technology. No mathematical formulas, program code, or computer science jargon are used. No previous knowledge in computer science, mathematics, programming, or cryptography is required. Terminology is explained through pictures, analogies, and metaphors.
Everyday Data Structures
A practical guide to learning data structures simply and easily
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This book is a very practical, friendly, and useful guide that will help you analyze problems and choose the right data structures for your solution
Learn to recognize data patterns for determining which...
Deep Learning with Python: A Hands-on Introduction
Discover the practical aspects of implementing deep-learning solutions using the rich Python ecosystem. This book bridges the gap between the academic state-of-the-art and the industry state-of-the-practice by introducing you to deep learning frameworks such as Keras, Theano, and Caffe. The practicalities of these frameworks is often...
Linux Server Security: Hack and Defend
Learn how to attack and defend the world’s most popular web server platform
Linux Server Security: Hack and Defend presents a detailed guide for experienced admins, aspiring hackers and other IT professionals seeking a more advanced understanding of Linux security. Written by a 20-year veteran of Linux server...
Daniel Arbuckle's Mastering Python
Covers the latest and advanced concepts of Python such as parallel processing with Python 3.6
Explore the Python language from its basic installation and setup to concepts such as reactive programming and microservices
Get introduced to the mechanism for rewriting code in a
Pro Python Best Practices: Debugging, Testing and Maintenance
Learn software engineering and coding best practices to write Python code right and error free. In this book you’ll see how to properly debug, organize, test, and maintain your code, all of which leads to better, more efficient coding.
Software engineering is difficult. Programs of any substantial length are...