Exploit the features of TypeScript to develop and maintain captivating web applications with ease
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Learn how to develop modular, scalable, maintainable, and adaptable web applications by taking advantage of TypeScript
Algorithms specify the way computers process information and how they execute tasks. Many recent technological innovations and achievements rely on algorithmic ideas – they facilitate new applications in science, medicine, production, logistics, traffic, communi¬cation and entertainment. Efficient algorithms not only enable your...
Guide to Elliptic Curve Cryptography (Springer Professional Computing) The study of elliptic curves by algebraists, algebraic geometers and number theorists
dates back to the middle of the nineteenth century. There now exists an extensive literature
that describes the beautiful and elegant properties of these marvelous objects. In
1984, Hendrik Lenstra described an ingenious algorithm for factoring...
12 Essential Skills for Software Architects
As you start reading this book, I hope you are prepared to keep an open
mind and are willing to try some new approaches to your daily life.
My name is Dave Hendricksen, and I have the privilege of being a software
architect for Thomson Reuters, where the focus of my work is on producing
Digital Texturing & Painting If you work in 3D, you must have this book. More than a compendium of techniques for the texture professional, (digital) Texturing & Painting gets to the heart of being an artist in the digital realm. With this inspired guide, you'll learn to translate the enviroments you experience into an expressive, complete digital style:
... Mathematical Olympiad Challenges This significantly revised and expanded second edition of "Mathematical Olympiad Challenges" is a rich collection of problems put together by two experienced and well-known professors and coaches of the U.S. International Mathematical Olympiad Team. Hundreds of beautiful, challenging, and instructive problems from algebra, geometry,...
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