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Introducing NoSQL and MongoDB
In this chapter from NoSQL with MongoDB in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself, learn about the design considerations to review before deciding how to implement the structure of data and configuration of a MongoDB database. You'll also learn which design questions to ask and then how to explore the mechanisms built into MongoDB to answer those questions.
By Brad Dayley - Sep 18, 2014
CCIE Security v4.0 Quick Reference: Application and Infrastructure Security
This chapter from CCIE Security v4.0 Quick Reference, 3rd Edition covers HTTP, HTTPS, Simple Mail Transfer, Protocol, File Transfer Protocol, Domain Name System, and Trivial File Transfer Protocol.
By Lancy Lobo, Umesh Lakshman - Sep 17, 2014
Hit the Ground Running with MongoDB and Python
Stephen B. Morris describes how to get started with MongoDB and Python. As usual with Python, you can get productive quickly, without worrying about complex IDEs. MongoDB has a simple data model and easy-to-understand semantics, giving you a handy on-ramp to this interesting technology.
By Stephen B. Morris - Sep 16, 2014
Create Your First Arduino Program
Write your first program and watch it work! In this excerpt from Arduino Programming in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself, learn how to use the Arduino IDE software package to create, compile, and upload an Arduino program. You then learn how to interface your Arduino with external electronic circuits to complete your Arduino projects.
By Richard Blum - Sep 15, 2014
An Introduction to Data Visualization in JavaScript: How to Use Data-Joins in D3
Data-joins are the bread and butter of D3. This chapter from Visual Storytelling with D3: An Introduction to Data Visualization in JavaScript covers how to use data-joins to add elements to a webpage and then manipulate them with data.
By Ritchie S King - Sep 12, 2014
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Blogs

1830 wasn't so long ago

My family and I had a meal in Pigeon Forge, in an old mill building that's quite old, in an area settled in 1830.  Walking in with a MacBook Pro certainly seemed odd to some, but no one noticed my phone offering tethering rights.  And so it was that I posted a blog in a building that dated back 160 or more years ago.

By John Traenkenschuh - Sep 18, 2014 - Business & Management, Data, Engineering, Information Technology, Access, Communications Engineering, Global Business
I’m ready, but the United State’s infrastructure is not.

I’m outside the Cades Cove visitor’s center, hearing acoustical instruments like bangos and hammered dulcimers play.  I have my MacBook Pro, alive—charged and ready.  My phone is charged and ready and has a tethering plan, just begging to be used.

I am signal-less.

By John Traenkenschuh - Sep 17, 2014 - Access, Data
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