Book Watch Archive
Book Watch Archive
Make: Volume 55 DIY Robots (Maker Media)
Friday, 31 March 2017

Whether you are diving into a kit or building a bot from scratch, Mike Sense shows how anyone can make a robot nowadays. Make magazine Volume 55 shows you how to build a 3D-printed balancing bot, how to assemble a Strandbeest-style walker with Lego, and how to find the right robot kit for your needs with an overview of what is on the market today.

<ASIN:1680453033>

 
Android Programming: Starting With An App, 2nd Ed (I/O Press)
Thursday, 30 March 2017

This second edition of the I Programmer book for those wanting to break into the Android app market is fully updated for Android Studio 2.3. Programming an Android app is an attractive proposition, as Android increasingly dominates the global smartphone market, meaning many potential users. In Android Programming: Starting With An App  Mike James shows you how common tasks are done using Android Studio, and explains why they are done in a particular way. 

<ASIN:187196251X>

 
Wireshark For Security Professionals (Wiley)
Monday, 27 March 2017

Covers Wireshark and related tools such as the command line TShark application, the offensive tool Metasploit, and the Lua scripting language. Authors J. D. Bullock and Jeff T. Parker show you how Wireshark is used in an actual network with the provided Docker virtual environment, and basic networking and security principles are explained in detail to help you understand the why along with the how

<ASIN:1118918215>

 
Kotlin in Action (Manning)
Friday, 24 March 2017

Dmitry Jemerov and Svetlana Isakova guide experienced Java developers from the language basics of Kotlin all the way through building applications to run on the JVM and Android devices. Their book is designed to teach developers to use the Kotlin language for production-quality applications with many examples covering topics like building DSLs with natural language syntax.

<ASIN:1617293296>

 
RESTful Web Clients (O'Reilly)
Monday, 20 March 2017

Web-based REST and hypermedia-style APIs are becoming more common, but many developers rely on custom client code instead of applying the same techniques and patterns to hypermedia clients. In this book subtitled "Enabling Reuse Through Hypermedia", Mike Amundsen shows how to move from one-off implementations to general-purpose client apps that are stable, flexible, and reusable.

<ASIN:1491921900>

 
Introducing Elixir 2nd Ed (O'Reilly)
Thursday, 16 March 2017

In this hands on introduction, authors Simon St. Laurent and J. David Eisenberg show you how Elixir combines the robust functional programming of Erlang with an approach that looks more like Ruby, and includes powerful macro features for metaprogramming. Updated to cover Elixir 1.4, the second edition of this practical book helps you write simple Elixir programs by teaching one skill at a time.

<ASIN:1491956771>

 
Professional Microsoft SQL Server 2016 Reporting Services and Mobile Reports (Wrox)
Wednesday, 15 March 2017

This book covers business intelligence (BI), operational reporting and Reporting Services architecture using a clear, concise tutorial approach. Paul Turley discusses effective report solution design, and shows how to improve your own reports with advanced, best-practice design, usability, query design, and filtering techniques. 

<ASIN:1119258359>

 
Understanding the Digital World (Princeton University Press)
Monday, 13 March 2017

With the subtitle "What You Need to Know About Computers, the Internet, Privacy, and Security", this book by  Brian W. Kernighan, co-author of the classic K&R book "The C Programming Language", covers how computers are built and how they compute; what programming is and why it is difficult; how the Internet and the web operate; and how all of these affect our security, privacy, property, and other important social, political, and economic issues.

<ASIN:069117654X>

 
Thoughtful Machine Learning with Python (O'Reilly)
Thursday, 09 March 2017

By teaching you how to code machine-learning algorithms using a test-driven approach, this practical book aims to help you gain the confidence you need to use machine learning effectively in a business environment. The book shows how to dissect algorithms at a granular level, using various tests, and discover a framework for testing machine learning code. The author Matthew Kirk provides real-world examples to demonstrate the results of using machine-learning code effectively.

<ASIN:1491924136>

 
Beginning Android Programming with Android Studio, 4th Ed (Wrox)
Wednesday, 08 March 2017

The Android 7 release (New York Cheesecake) boasts significant new features and enhancements for both smartphone and tablet applications. J. F. DiMarzio takes a hands-on approach to teaching you how to create Android applications for the latest OS and the newest devices, including both smartphones and tablets. Backed by real-world examples he goes through all phases of Android application development, from getting acquainted with Android Studio to publishing to the Marketplace.

<ASIN:1118705599>

 
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