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Articulating Design Decisions

Articulating Design Decisions

by Tom Greever
278 Pages · 2015 · 3.17 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
14 Habits of Highly Productive Developers
by Rocha Zeno
134 Pages · 2020 · 1 MB · 2,899 Downloads · New!
14 Habits of Highly Productive Developers is computer programming, software development, and programming tips book that contains essential tips to maximize the productivity of programmers. Rocha Zeno is the author of this impressive book. This guide contains the most popular frameworks along with the best programming languages. If you are superb in programming but still you need to avoid the bad habits to become a top developer. It does not share a straight forward formula of success and you have to follow multiple tips. Learn the best way to keep yourself up with all new technologies.
A Brilliant Darkness
by Joao Magueijo
304 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“A Brilliant Darkness: The Extraordinary Life and Mysterious Disappearance of Ettore Majorana, the Troubled Genius of the Nuclear Age” tells the story of Majorana. Joao Magueijo is the author of this book. It is an exceptional biography in both its writing and pace. Those who are somewhat versed in the history of science will find this a fascinating read as it exposes a number of interesting facets of the birth of the nuclear age, especially as it pertains to Italian physics and the rise of the Axis powers. Further, the writer does well to intersperse large nuggets of scientific discussion throughout the many chapters that make the life of Ettore Majorana relevant to the reader. Why should we care about a physicist who suddenly vanished Magueijo does a masterful job of making you care, both for the historical perspective and the ethical questions he raises. For the hardcore science buff, the battle to discover the true nature of the neutrino is covered in depth, and pairs well with other books that cover the subject such as “Neutrino” by Frank Close.
A Guide to MATLAB Object-Oriented Programming
by Andy H. Register
384 Pages · 2015 · 10 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“A Guide to MATLAB Object-Oriented Programming (Computing and Networks)” is a great book about MATLAB programming. Andy H. Register is the author of this book. This book explains why each feature of MATLAB programming is important, demonstrates how each feature is used and promotes an understanding of the interactions between features. Assuming an intermediate level of MATLAB programming knowledge, the book not only concentrates on MATLAB coding techniques but also discusses topics critical to general software development. It introduces fundamentals first before integrating these concepts into example applications. In the first section, the book discusses eight basic functions constructor, subsref, subsasgn, display, struct, fieldnames, get, and set. Building on the previous section, it explores inheritance topics and presents the Class Wizard, a powerful MATLAB class generation tool. The final section delves into advanced strategies, including containers, static variables, and function fronts. This book was written like a first draft of a Master’s Thesis. It’s long, wordy, and organized/summarized in a way conducive to learning. To sum it up, it is a great resource for learning the MATLAB programming. You can also Download A Mind for Numbers by Barbara Oakley PDF.
A Shortcut Through Time
by George Johnson
0 Pages · 2004 · 7.19 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“A Shortcut Through Time: The Path to the Quantum Computer” is all about quantum computing. George Johnson is the author of this book. It is a well-written introduction to the complex topic of quantum computing. Quantum computing, in a general sense, is the utilization of various quantum mechanical phenomenon, such as entanglement, for the benefit of a powerful computer, or data processing engine. In a more basic sense, this is a book about the potential for computing devices that operate at the atomic level. This engaging and well-written book is, in various parts, a historical overview of computing, a vivid description of quantum mechanics and an exposition of the potential for quantum computing. The book is written for a general audience but several advanced topics are covered in a unique manner, such as a good description of “NP-complete” (Nodeterministic Polynomial-time) problems. In short, we highly recommended for those with an interest in learning more about the potential for a new approach to computing.
Accelerate
by Nicole Forsgren
288 Pages · 2015 · 6 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Accelerate: The Science of Lean Software and DevOps: Building and Scaling High Performing Technology Organization” is a good book which has different concepts about Lean Management and its Practices. The author of this helpful book is Nicole Forsgren, Jez Humble, and Gene Kim. Nicole Forsgren is best known for her work measuring the technology process. She has been an entrepreneur, professor and performance engineer. Jez Humble is the co-author of the DevOps Handbook. He is currently researching how to be high performing teams at his startup. Gene Kim is a multiple award-winning CTO and researcher. He is the founder of the IT Revolution. In this book, the authors explain how we can apply technology and improve the performance of the software. They also give the way how to measure software delivery performance. The “Accelerate” book, offering the findings and the science behind the research, making the information accessible for all peoples to apply in their own organizations. Furthermore, with the help of this book, readers will discover how to measure the performance of their teams. All in all, Accelerate is an ideal book for management at every stage.
Adobe Photoshop CC Classroom in a Book 2017
by Andrew Faulkner, Conrad Chavez
400 Pages · 2015 · 35 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The” Adobe Photoshop CC Classroom in a Book (2017 release)” is a great book for learning and mastering the Adobe Photoshop. Andrew Faulkner and Conrad Chavez are the authors of this book. No previous knowledge is required to understand the concepts of this book. This book teaches step-by-step how to master Adobe Photoshop. It teaches about the latest Photo effects, Photoshop brushes, selection tools, background removing and replacing and much more. The online companion files include all the necessary assets for readers to complete the projects featured in each chapter as well as eBook updates when Adobe releases new features for Creative Cloud customers. All the readers of the book get full access to the Web Edition a Web-based version of the complete eBook enhanced with video and interactive multiple choice quizzes.  In short, it is an excellent resource for learning to use Photoshop.