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Stephen Robillard06/24/14
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A Review of Java SE8 for Programmers, 3rd Edition

We have all had the experience of the instructor reading to the class from the book. This book turns that idea around 180 degrees. The overwhelming since I got from this book was that a student was...

Fabio Radin06/21/14
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Review: Learning Pentesting for Android Devices

I really love this book! "Learning Pentesting for Android Devices" is a book for all curious guys that want to understand how things are working inside their Android device. The goal of the book is...

Fabio Radin06/15/14
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The Manager's Guide to Employee Feedback

Taken from the book, feedback is "Taking a portion of the output and comparing it with the input to decide whether you are getting what you want out of a system". This book would help you in...

Fabio Radin06/15/14
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Attracting IT Graduates to Your Business

This quick book is for all people that in last years got into obstacles in finding and attracting good and motivated IT talents. The author, An Coppens, introduces the reader to these themes through...

Tom Brander06/07/14
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Python for Finance

I received a copy of the e-book for review from the publisher. Audience: This book is aimed at Finance professionals and/or students with an interest in options trading and portfolio...

Joseph Zimmerman06/04/14
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Book Review: Getting Started with Backbone Marionette

There are definitely better books on Marionette out there: Better Backbone Applications with MarionetteJS and Backbone.Marionette.js: A Gentle Introduction to name a couple. The author is...

Gretchen Sisnett06/03/14
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Review: Social Media Mining with R

Click here to download a sample chapter. Although there is a lot of information about mining text, in general, and the Web, this information, nevertheless, tends to focus on algorithms and model...

Alec Noller06/02/14
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Introducing DZone's 2014 Guide to Mobile Development

Making informed decisions about mobile development requires an understanding of a wide variety of tools, strategies, and challenges, as well as careful consideration of the benefits and costs of every choice. DZone's 2014 Guide to Mobile Development was produced to help you understand these choices.

Brian Minnaar05/23/14
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Review: Learning Objective-C by Developing iPhone Games

Learning Objective-C by developing iPhone Games is a book that you can pick up with no prior knowledge of Objective-C. I will be hard pressed to say if you have no prior programming experience you...

Gretchen Sisnett05/22/14
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Book Review: Extending Bootstrap

Twitter Bootstrap is an excellent CSS framework that provides many carefully crafted user interface elements, layouts, and jQuery plugins. Bootstrap is open source and is also one of the most popular...

Mads Fog Albrec...05/19/14
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Learning Veeam Backup & Replication for VMware vSphere

The book is not that long, only 110 pages, and is easily read. It gives a very good overview and introduction to Veeam Backup & Replications for people who are not familar with it beforehand. The...

Nicky Van Vroenhoven05/19/14
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Reporting with Microsoft SQL Server 2012

I believe the book is a very good starting point for beginners in SSRS or Power View. I also got some gotcha's out of it, so there may be interesting points for more experienced users. Overall I...

Abigail Armijo05/11/14
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Oracle ADF Faces Cookbook

This book is for begginer in adf that want lo learn about how to use the components, most of the chapeter are about basic things about simple components and validators. I would like more...

Alec Noller05/06/14
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Dev of the Week: Dustin Marx

Every week here and in our newsletter, we feature a new developer/blogger from the DZone community to catch up and find out what he or she is working on now and what's coming next. This week we're talking to Dustin Marx, software developer, writer, and presenter.

Bill Jones05/02/14
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F# for Quantitative Finance

First I have to say the book does have errors, but it wasn't that difficult to fix on my own and move forward. I've learned that it's very hard to spot all of the bugs or errors in code for...