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C# Methods and Parameters
By Mark Michaelis
Jul 18, 2018
This chapter investigates the details of C# methods and their parameters.
Process Fluid Mechanics
By Richard Turton, Debangsu Bhattacharyya, Joseph A. Shaeiwitz, Wallace B. Whiting
Jul 18, 2018
This excerpt from Analysis, Synthesis, and Design of Chemical Processes provides a more logical pedagogy for the design of basic process equipment including pipes, pumps, and compressors.
Creating a 2D Game with Godot Engine
By Ariel Manzur, George Marques
Jul 15, 2018
A step-by-step guide to creating a simple 2D space shooter with Godot Engine, including how to organize your scenes and make the scripts.
How to Get Started as a Systemic Game Designer
By Michael Sellers
Jul 15, 2018
Look at different aspects of the game design process and how to get started in each as a systemic game designer.
How Excel Values Cluster Together
By Conrad Carlberg
Jul 14, 2018
Learn how to calculate the mean, median, and mode of your data in Excel 2016.
Why You Should Care About Self-Promotion and Personal Branding
By Erik Deckers, Kyle Lacy
Jul 14, 2018
Find out why self-promotion is now essential for just about everybody and learn the 5 principle objectives of personal branding.
Agile Retrospectives 101
By Marc Loeffler
Jun 26, 2018
Get the basics you need to start with your first Agile retrospective to establish a continuous improvement process.
Troubleshoot Failure Domains and Information Hiding in your Networks
Jun 25, 2018
Information hiding relates to the larger goals, or policies, of building scalable, repeatable networks. This excerpt presents some widely used solution implementations.
Introducing the Nexus Framework for Scrum
By Kurt Bittner, Patricia Kong, Dave West
Jun 20, 2018
Key contributors of the Nexus framework outline the basic principles and concepts behind Nexus, including when you need a Nexus and what you need to get started applying it to a Scrum project.
The Physical Basis of Transmission Lines
By Eric Bogatin
Jun 16, 2018

Prolific author and instructor Eric Bogatin goes into detail of what a real transmission line is and its properties.

Azure Stack Architecture
By Kerrie Meyler, Steve Buchanan, Janaka Rangama, Mark Scholman, Jakob Gottlieb Svendsen
Jun 15, 2018
Get an overview of the Azure Stack integrated system and Azure Stack internals.
Defining ASP.NET Core Configuration
By Jeffrey T. Fritz
Jun 14, 2018
Learn about the various project configuration options in ASP.NET and how to automate tasks for an application’s build process.
Introduction to Engineering Principles and Units
Jun 12, 2018
This chapter from Transport Processes and Separation Process Principles provides a basis for understanding and identifying engineering principles and units and how to solve basic engineering problems.
Getting Started with Node.js
By Brad Dayley, Brendan Dayley, Caleb Dayley
Jun 10, 2018
An introduction to the Node.js environment.
Using Windows 10 Ink
By Mark Edward Soper
Mar 28, 2018
Create notes, reminders, and simple drawings you can store and share, and learn how to look for and use Ink in other apps.
Introduction to Modeling of Mass Transfer Processes
By P. A. Ramachandran
Mar 14, 2018
Introduces the basic methodology for modeling of mass transport processes and indicates three hierarchical levels of models, namely differential, macroscopic, and mesoscopic models.
Using Cortana: Your Personal Digital Assistant
By Katherine Murray
Mar 14, 2018
Learn how Cortana in Windows 10 can help personalize and streamline your computing experience.
Creating HTTP Servers with the Go Programming Language
By George Ornbo
Feb 21, 2018
Learn how to create web servers that can respond to different routes, different types of requests, and different content types in Go.
Effective Java Generics
By Joshua Bloch
Feb 21, 2018
Eight ways to maximize the benefits and minimize the complications of generics in Java.

Reshaping and Cleaning Common Data
By Daniel Y. Chen
Feb 21, 2018
Discusses Hadley Wickham’s (a prominent member of the R programming language community) “Tidy Data” paper, which deals with reshaping and cleaning common data problems.

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