Book Watch Archive
Book Watch Archive

Book Watch is I Programmer's listing of new books and is compiled using publishers' publicity material. It is not to be read as a review where we provide an independent assessment. Some, but by no means all, of the books in Book Watch are eventually reviewed.

 

Pearson Education (InformIT)



Android Programming In Java: Starting with an App 3rd Ed (I/O Press)
Wednesday, 29 November 2017

This book not only shows you how common tasks are done in Android Studio, but also explains why they are done in a particular way. Mike James also shows how having done something once you can generalize the approach to components you haven’t previously encountered. Revised and updated for Android Studio 3, it covers the use of lambdas and new features of the ConstraintLayout.

<ASIN:1871962552>

 
The Rails 5 Way 4th Ed (Addison Wesley)
Monday, 27 November 2017

This reference guide is aimed at professional developers using modern Ruby on Rails. Author Obie Fernandez illuminates the entire Rails 5 API, its idioms, design approaches, and libraries. He presents new and updated content on Action Cable, RSpec 3.4, Turbolinks 5.0, the Attributes API, and many other enhancements, both major and subtle. The book uses code examples to illustrate Ruby on Rails, to show why it is designed as it is, and how to make it do exactly what you want.

<ASIN:0134657675>

 
Programming with MicroPython (O'Reilly)
Thursday, 23 November 2017

This practical guide to MicroPython delivers the knowledge you need to roll up your sleeves and create exceptional embedded projects with this lean and efficient programming language that is an implementation of Python 3 for microcontrollers and embedded systems. Nicholas Tollervey takes you on a journey from first steps to advanced projects.The book is ideal for Python developers, introducing the types of devices that run MicroPython, and examining how the language uses and interacts with hardware to process input, connect to the outside world, communicate wirelessly, make sounds and music, and drive robotics projects.

<ASIN:1491972734>

 
JavaScript Async: Events, Callbacks, Promises and Async Await (I/O Press)
Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Asynchronous programming is essential to the modern web and at last JavaScript programmers have the tools to do the job – the Promise object and the async and await commands. This practical guide is for experienced JavaScript developers who want to get to grips with developing asynchronous code. Working with async can be confusing and disorienting, but by combining code examples and lucid explanations, Ian Elliot presents a coherent explanation. If you want to work with async read this book first..

<ASIN:1871962560>

 
PHP and MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites, 5th Ed (Peachpit Press)
Monday, 20 November 2017

This book takes an easy visual approach. Author Larry Ullman uses demonstrations and real-world examples to guide you step by step through advanced techniques for dynamic Web development using PHP and MySQL. This latest edition has been updated to include the latest changes in the languages.

<ASIN:0134301846>

 
The Art of Capacity Planning, 2nd Ed (O'Reilly)
Thursday, 16 November 2017

This hands-on guide shows how to measure, deploy, and manage your web application infrastructure in anticipation of explosive growth. In this updated edition, Arun Kejariwal and John Allspaw lay out a systematic, robust, and practical approach to capacity planning based on their own experiences and those of many colleagues in the industry, including web operations, especially cloud computing.

<ASIN:1491939206>

 
Machine Learning With Go (Packt Publishing)
Wednesday, 15 November 2017

The subtitle of this book is "Implement Regression, Classification, Clustering, Time-series Models, Neural Networks, and More using the Go Programming Language". Author Daniel Whitenack introduces the technical aspects of building predictive models in Go, but it also helps the reader understand how machine learning workflows are being applied in real-world scenarios.

<ASIN:1785882104>

 
RabbitMQ in Depth (Manning)
Monday, 13 November 2017

This practical guide to building and maintaining message-based applications provides detailed coverage of RabbitMQ with an emphasis on why it works the way it does. Author Gavin M Roy combines examples and detailed explanations based in real-world systems ranging from simple networked services to complex distributed designs.He also discusses how to make core architectural choices and develop procedures for effective operational management.

<ASIN:1617291005>

 
Kafka: The Definitive Guide (O'Reilly)
Thursday, 09 November 2017

This practical guide, subtitled "Real-Time Data and Stream Processing at Scale" shows how to use the Kafka open source streaming platform to handle real-time data feeds.  Authors Neha Narkhede, Gwen Shapira and Todd Palino are engineers from Confluent and LinkedIn who are responsible for developing Kafka, and in this book they explain how to deploy production Kafka clusters, write reliable event-driven microservices, and build scalable stream-processing applications with this platform.

<ASIN:1491936169>

 
Building Progressive Web Apps (O'Reilly)
Wednesday, 08 November 2017

With a subtile of "Bringing the Power of Native to the Browser", this hands-on guide shows web developers how, and why, to develop web apps that take advantage of features that have so far been exclusive to native apps. The features covered by author Tal Ater include fast load times, push notifications, offline access, homescreen shortcuts, and an entirely app-like experience.

<ASIN:1491961651>

 
Mastering Ruby Closures (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
Monday, 06 November 2017

This book takes you through the different kinds of Ruby closures with examples. It starts with the basics of closures, then moves on to blocks and how they are used in real-world code before showing how to create and use procs and lambdas. Author Benjamin Tan Wei Hao ends by showing how to build your own lazy enumerables with advanced Ruby features such as fibers and generators.

<ASIN:1680502611>

 
JMP Connections (Wiley)
Thursday, 02 November 2017

This book, subtitled "The Art of Utilizing Connections In Your Data" shows how to get more out of your data using JMP, the suite of computer programs for statistical analysis developed by the JMP business unit of SAS Institute. In it John Wubbel explains the Connectivity platform and metrics in business terms to demystify data analysis and JMP.

<ASIN:1119447755>

 
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