Book Watch Archive
Book Watch Archive
Production-Ready Microservices (O'Reilly)
Monday, 27 February 2017

One of the biggest challenges for organizations that have adopted microservice architecture is the lack of architectural, operational, and organizational standardization. In this practical book subtitled "Building Standardized Systems Across an Engineering Organization", author Susan Fowler presents a set of microservice standards in depth, drawing from her experience standardizing over a thousand microservices at Uber.

 

<ASIN:1491965975>

 
Spark In Action (Manning)
Thursday, 23 February 2017

This book teaches readers to use Spark for stream and batch data processing. It starts with an introduction to the Spark architecture and ecosystem followed by a taste of Spark's command line interface. Petar Zecevic and Marko Bonaci then introduce the most fundamental concepts and abstractions of Spark, particularly Resilient Distributed Datasets (RDDs) and the basic data transformations that RDDs provide.

<ASIN:1617292605>

 
Android Programming, 3rd Ed (Big Nerd Ranch Guides)
Wednesday, 22 February 2017

This introductory Android book for programmers with Java experience is based on Big Nerd Ranch's Android bootcamps. It guides you through using hands-on example apps combined with clear explanations of key concepts and APIs. It focuses on practical techniques for developing apps compatible with Android 4.4 (KitKat) through Android 7.0 (Nougat) and beyond.

<ASIN:0134706056>

 
Efficient R Programming (O'Reilly)
Monday, 20 February 2017

This hands-on book has been written to show how to make R work effectively, and to teach novices and experienced R users how to write efficient R code. Drawing on years of experience teaching R courses, authors Colin Gillespie and Robin Lovelace provide practical advice on topics from optimizing the set-up of RStudio to using C++.

<ASIN:1491950781>

 
Functional Programming in Java (Manning)
Thursday, 16 February 2017

This book teaches you how to incorporate the benefits of functional programming into new and existing Java code. Author Pierre-Yves Saumont shows how to think functionally about coding tasks in Java and use FP to make your applications easier to understand, optimize, maintain, and scale and uses easy-to-grasp examples, exercises, and illustrations to teach core Functional Programming principles ...

<ASIN:1617292737>

 
Kubernetes Management Design Patterns (Apress)
Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Deepak Vohra takes container cluster management to the next level in this book, and shows how to administer and configure Kubernetes on CoreOS. Vohra also shows how to apply management design patterns such as Configmaps, Autoscaling, elastic resource usage, and high availability.  Some of the other features discussed are logging, scheduling, rolling updates, volumes, service types, and multiple cloud provider zones.

<ASIN:148422597X>

 
Building Software Teams (O'Reilly)
Monday, 13 February 2017

This practical guide provides ten best practices to help team leaders create an effective working environment through key adjustments to their process. Joost Visser, Sylvan Rigal, Gijs Wijnholds and Zeeger Lubsen argue that poor software quality continues to plague enterprises of all sizes because of the process, rather than individual developers, and describe ways to improve this.

<ASIN:149195177X>

 
Scala for the Impatient, 2nd Ed (Addison-Wesley)
Thursday, 09 February 2017

Intended for experienced Java, C++, or C# programmers who are new to Scala or functional programming this book concentrates on key Scala concepts and techniques. Cay S. Horstmann writes particularly for impatient readers who want to learn the fundamentals of Scala so they can start coding quickly and avoids exhaustively listing all the features of the language. Instead, using carefully crafted examples and hands-on activities he guides you through stages of competency from basic to expert.

<ASIN:0134540565>

 
Head First Python, 2nd Ed (O'Reilly)
Wednesday, 08 February 2017

This book introduces you to Python's fundamentals, working with the built-in data structures and functions. Author Paul Barry then moves on to show you building your very own webapp, exploring database management, exception handling, and data wrangling. If you're intrigued by what you can do with context managers, decorators, comprehensions, and generators, it's all here. Although this is billed as a second edition, not only does is it greatly expanded, it is also extensively re-written.

<ASIN:1491919531>

 
Software Design Decoded (MIT Press)
Monday, 06 February 2017

This book is subtitled 66 Ways Experts Think and offers sixty-six insights, distilled from years of studying experts at work, that capture what successful software designers actually do to create great software. The authors, Marian Petre and AndrĂ© Van Der Hoek, present these insights in a series of two-page illustrated spreads, with the principle and a short explanatory text on one page, and a drawing on the facing page. For example, "Experts generate alternatives" is illustrated by the same few balloons turned into a set of very different balloon animals.

<ASIN:0262035189>

 
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