Lean Python: Learn Just Enough Python to Build Useful Tools
Learn only the essential aspects of Python without cluttering up your mind with features you may never use. This compact book is not a "best way to write code" type of book; rather, the author goes over his most-used functions, which are all you need to know as a beginner and some way beyond.
The Relational Database Dictionary: A Comprehensive Glossary of Relational Terms and Concepts, with Illustrative Examples
Avoid misunderstandings that can affect the design, programming, and use of database systems. Whether you're using Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, MySQL, or PostgreSQL, The Relational Database Dictionary will prevent confusion about the precise meaning of database-related terms (e.g., attribute, 3NF,...
Java 9 Modularity Revealed: Project Jigsaw and Scalable Java Applications
Develop modular applications using the Java Platform Module System, the single most anticipated feature in Java 9. You will improve maintainability and performance of your Java applications by deploying only modules that are needed and encapsulating their implementation details.
Until now Java has been monolithic....
HTML5 Guidelines for Web Developers
In 2010, HTML5 became the buzzword on the web developer scene. Large companies,
such as Google, Apple, and Microsoft, began to use the new technology.
The popularity of the catchword HTML5 grew, not least of all because of the
heated debate between Apple and Adobe over whether this would mean the end
In this book,...
The Haskell Road to Logic, Maths and Programming (Texts in Computing S.) Long ago, when Alexander the Great asked the mathematician Menaechmus for a crash course in geometry, he got the famous reply “There is no royal road to mathematics.” Where there was no shortcut for Alexander, there is no shortcut for us. Still, the fact that we have access to computers and mature programming languages means that there...
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