Book Review: Python Machine Learning by Sebastian Raschka

Machine learning and AI seem to be the way of the future. These techniques can help software developers create powerful applications that crunch data, analyze trends, and offer solutions that a developer may not even consider. But getting […]

Book Review: Building E-Commerce Solutions with WooCommerce

WordPress has grown rapidly in the past decade with a dedicated community of contributors. I’ve always loved WordPress and I think the WooCommerce system is a powerful and secure way to run a WP-based web shop. This lead […]

Book Review: Functional Programming in JavaScript by Luis Atencio

Good programmers are in greater demand and there’s a need for people who know functional programming. This may be expected with established languages like Java or C++. But it’s only recently that JavaScript entered this field. Functional Programming […]

Book Review: Coding Interview Questions by Narasimha Karumanchi

Programming and computer science is growing rapidly but there’s no guarantee you’ll get a job if you’re not prepared. Naturally you need to learn the material, but you also need to be prepared for the interview questions thrown […]

Book Review: Mastering Bitcoin: Unlocking Digital Cryptocurrencies

I’m excited to cover a book that’s not really about development or UI/UX design, although it is somewhat tangentially related. This book is valuable to tech-enthusiasts who want to understand the origins and goals of cryptocurrencies, specifically Bitcoin. […]

Book Review: The DevOps 2.0 Toolkit: Automating the Continuous Deployment Pipeline with Containerized Microservices

Most people interested in this book will be somewhere in the web development/IT field. The title refers to the amalgamation DevOps meaning Development + Operations. The idea is to combine these areas to learn how to automate the […]

Book Review: OpenStack in Action

The open source cloud management tool OpenStack is a fairly new technology. It wasn’t too long ago that cloud computing was still brand new, so it’s not crazy to assume that few people actually understand & utilize OpenStack. […]

100+ Plumbing Websites For Design Inspiration

Tradesmen perform vital skills but they often have the worst looking websites. Too many plumbers run websites that look like they’re straight out of 1999. Times have changed since then and while many trades businesses don’t have the […]

Book Review: Reactive Web Applications by Manuel Bernhardt

I wasn’t sure what to expect from Reactive Web Applications because it’s a newer book on a very broad subject matter. This specific title is very comprehensive explaining the basics of architecting, designing, and scaling a reactive web […]

10 Best XSLT Books For Beginners & Intermediate Developers

The basics of XSLT appear very simple on the surface, but they get more complex as you delve into development. XML and XSLT work wonders together. With XPath you can build some very intriguing applications. It all seems […]

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