Doing Math with Python shows you how to use Python to delve into high school–level math topics like statistics, geometry, probability, and calculus. You’ll start with simple projects, like a factoring program and a quadratic-equation solver, and then create more complex projects once you’ve gotten the hang of...
Network Flow Analysis
You know that servers have log files and performance measuring tools and that traditional network devices have LEDs that blink when a port does something. You may have tools that tell you how busy an interface is, but mostly a network device is a black box. Network Flow Analysis opens that black box, demonstrating how to use...
The GNU Make Book
GNU make is the most widely used build automation tool, but it can be challenging to master and its terse language can be tough to parse for even experienced programmers. Those who run into difficulties face a long, involved struggle, often leaving unsolved problems behind and GNU make's vast potential untapped.
2D Unity: Your First Game from Start to Finish
Have you ever wanted to make a video game, but didn't know where to start? 2D Unity is an approachable guide to making your own games using Unity, the powerful, free-to-use development platform.
2D Unity contains hands-on projects that get you started making games from the ground-up. Unity's complex...
Absolute OpenBSD: UNIX for the Practical Paranoid
The definitive guide to OpenBSD
Foreword by Henning Brauer, OpenBSD PF Developer
OpenBSD, the elegant, highly secure Unix-like operating system, is widely used as the basis for critical DNS servers, routers, firewalls, and more. This long-awaited second edition of Absolute OpenBSD...
Linux in the Workplace The Sacramento Bee
"If you've got a Linux computer you'd like to use, this will show you how to get the job done."
"A useful and freindly KDE-centric introduction to Linux for nongeeks."
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