Book Watch Archive
More OCaml: Algorithms, Methods, and Diversions (Coherent)
Wednesday, 10 September 2014

John Whitington takes a meandering tour of functional programming with OCaml, introducing various language features and describing some classic algorithms. The book ends with a large worked example dealing with the production of PDF files. There are questions for each chapter together with worked answers and hints. See review by Mike James of OCaml from the Very Beginning by the same author.

<ASIN:0957671113>

 

 
Metaprogramming Ruby, 2nd Ed (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
Tuesday, 09 September 2014

In this book with the subtitle "Program Like the Ruby Pros", Paolo Perrotta  explains metaprogramming in a down-to-earth style and arms you with a practical toolbox that will help you write your best Ruby code ever. In his 5-star review of the previous edition, Ian Elliot wrote: This is a book that will take you from a Ruby novice to an expert, especially if you have migrated to Ruby from another language and are still using it as if it was another language.

<ASIN:1941222129>

 
Flask Web Development: Developing Web Applications with Python (O'Reilly)
Monday, 08 September 2014

Take full creative control of your web applications with Flask, the Python-based microframework. With this hands-on book, you’ll learn Flask from the ground up by developing a complete social blogging application step-by-step. Miguel Grinberg walks you through the framework’s core functionality, and shows you how to extend applications with advanced web techniques such as database migration and web service communication.

<ASIN:1449372627>

 
Getting Started with Sensors (Maker Media)
Friday, 05 September 2014

To build electronic projects that can sense the physical world, you need to build circuits based around sensors: electronic components that react to physical phenomena by sending an electrical signal. Even with only basic electronic components, you can build useful and educational sensor projects. But if you incorporate Arduino or Raspberry Pi into your project, you can build much more sophisticated projects that can react in interesting ways and even connect to the Internet.

<ASIN:1449367089>

 
Java 8 In Action (Manning)
Thursday, 04 September 2014

With Java 8's functional features you can now write more concise code in less time, and also automatically benefit from multicore architectures. This guide primarily covers lambdas, streams, and functional-style programming. It also explains other major Java 8 features including default methods, Optional, CompletableFuture, and the new Date and Time API. 

<ASIN:1617291994>

 
Professional ASP.NET MVC 5 (Wrox)
Wednesday, 03 September 2014

Updated to cover new post–release features in MVC 5.1 and 5.2, this book, co-authored by ASP.NET MVC experts at Microsoft, offers step–by–step techniques to use MVC to its full advantage to build dynamic, data–driven websites with sophisticated features, such as single page applications, mobile optimization and adaptive rendering.

<ASIN:1118794753>

 
MySQL Cookbook 3rd Ed (O'Reilly)
Tuesday, 02 September 2014

MySQL’s popularity has brought a flood of questions about how to solve specific problems, and that’s where this cookbook by Paul DuBois is essential. When you need quick solutions or techniques, he provides scores of short, focused pieces of code, hundreds of worked-out examples, and clear, concise explanations for programmers who don’t have the time (or expertise) to solve MySQL problems from scratch.

<ASIN:1449374026>

 
Probably Approximately Correct (Basic Books)
Monday, 01 September 2014

Award winning computer scientist, Leslie Valiant presents a masterful synthesis of learning and evolution to show how both individually and collectively we not only survive, but prosper in a world as complex as our own. The key is probably approximately correct algorithms, a concept Valiant developed to explain how effective behavior can be learned.

<ASIN:0465032710>

 
Data Structures and Abstractions with Java, 4th Ed (Prentice Hall)
Friday, 29 August 2014

Suitable for one- or two-semester courses in data structures (CS-2) in the departments of Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Business, and Management Information Systems. This book is also useful for programmers and software engineers interested in learning more about data structures and abstractions. 

<ASIN:0133744051>

 
Teach Yourself Arduino Programming in 24 Hours (Sams)
Thursday, 28 August 2014

In just 24 sessions of one hour or less, Richard Blum teaches you C programming on Arduino, so you can start creating hardware projects of your own! Using a step-by-step approach with every lesson building on what you’ve already learned, go through everything from setting up your programming environment to mastering C syntax and features, interfacing your Arduino to performing full-fledged prototyping.

<ASIN:0672337126>

 
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