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Negotiating a Raise: Best Practices for Software Engineers
By Pat Brans
Feb 17, 2016
If you've been working at a particular job for a while, you might be thinking that it's about time you got paid more for your efforts. But usually it's not as easy as just saying, 'Hey, Boss, can I have a raise?' How do you translate your desire to earn more into the reality of a larger paycheck? Pat Brans provides guidelines for putting together your negotiation strategy and preparing for success at the bargaining table.
How to Build Flexible Web Page Designs with CSS3 Flex Boxes
By Jennifer Kyrnin
Feb 16, 2016
Jennifer Kyrnin, co-author of Sams Teach Yourself HTML, CSS & JavaScript Web Publishing in One Hour a Day, loves to stay current with the newest elements of web design. She believes CSS has vast potential, but is too often ignored. Learn about a very useful (but underused) feature of CSS3: flex boxes.
Which to Use: Cordova or PhoneGap?
By John M. Wargo
Feb 16, 2016
John M. Wargo, author of Apache Cordova 4 Programming, explains how two software products with similar names are now in many ways quite different, but both are essential and widely used in app development.
Tech Tips for Moms and Dads, Part 1: What Kind of Computer Should I Buy My Child?
By Timothy L. Warner
Feb 15, 2016
In this series, tech expert and dad Tim Warner answers perplexing questions about how to handle modern technology that affects your kids. Part 1 focuses on the computer types and operating systems that provide the best options for school-aged children.
Views and the View Hierarchy in iOS Programming
By Christian Keur, Aaron Hillegass
Feb 15, 2016
This chapter from iOS Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide, 5th Edition walks you through the theory behind views and the view hierarchy and then gets you started building an app's interface.
Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering: Mole Balances
By H. Scott Fogler
Feb 12, 2016
This chapter from Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering, 5th Edition develops the first building block of chemical reaction engineering, mole balances, which will be used continually throughout the text. After completing this chapter, you will be able to describe and define the rate of reaction, derive the general mole balance equation, and apply the general mole balance equation to the four most common types of industrial reactors.
How and When (If Ever) Should Software Engineers Move into Management?
By Pat Brans
Feb 12, 2016
Are you wondering whether it's time to move up or move on from your job as a software engineer? If so, you're not alone. Pat Brans interviews two industry leaders on what's involved in seeking management responsibilities.
Video: OCA Java SE 8 Programmer I (1Z0 808): A Course Introduction
By Simon Roberts
Feb 12, 2016
In this excerpt from OCA Java SE 8 Programmer I (1Z0-808) Complete Video Course, Simon Roberts introduces his video course for Oracle Certified Associate, Java SD 8 Programmer Exam (1Z0-808), including a list of covered topics.
Documentation in Scrum Projects
By Mitch Lacey
Feb 11, 2016
Good agile teams are disciplined about their documentation but are also deliberate about how much they do and when. In this chapter from The Scrum Field Guide: Agile Advice for Your First Year and Beyond, 2nd Edition, we find a duo struggling to explain that while they won’t be fully documenting everything up front, they will actually be more fully documenting the entire project from beginning to end.
Interfaces, Lambda Expressions, and Inner Classes in Java
By Cay S. Horstmann
Feb 11, 2016
This chapter shows you several advanced techniques that are commonly used in Java. Despite their less obvious nature, you will need to master them to complete your Java tool chest.
Networking Essentials: Interconnecting the LANs
By Jeffrey S. Beasley, Piyasat Nilkaew
Feb 11, 2016
The utility of LANs led to the desire to connect two (or more) networks together. This chapter from Networking Essentials: A CompTIA Network+ N10-006 Textbook, 4th Edition introduces the concepts and issues behind interconnecting LANs.
Conditionals in Swift
By Matthew Mathias, John Gallagher
Feb 10, 2016
This chapter from Swift Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide introduces conditionals in Swift, including if/else, ternary operator, nested ifs, and else if.
Learning the Basics of HTML
By Laura Lemay, Rafe Colburn, Jennifer Kyrnin
Feb 10, 2016
Learn about each of the basic HTML tags in more depth, and begin writing web pages with headings, paragraphs, and several different types of lists.
Video: OCA Java SE 8 Programmer I (1Z0-808): Changing Times and Dates
By Simon Roberts
Feb 10, 2016
In this excerpt from OCA Java SE 8 Programmer I (1Z0-808) Complete Video Course, Simon Roberts takes a look at some of the ways you can change dates and times in Java SE 8.
Windows PowerShell Job Tips and Tricks
By Timothy L. Warner
Feb 10, 2016
Timothy Warner, author of Sams Teach Yourself Windows PowerShell in 24 Hours, teaches you how to take your PowerShell local and remote job skills to the next level.
Cisco Programmable Fabric Using VXLAN with BGP EVPN
By David Jansen, Lukas Krattiger
Feb 9, 2016
David Jansen and Lukas Krattiger, authors of Cisco Programmable Fabric Using VXLAN with BGP EVPN LiveLessons, explain how Cisco's BGP EVPN enhances VXLAN encapsulation with Layer 2 and Layer 3 benefits.
DHCP Snooping: Basic Concepts and Configuration
By Mason Harris
Feb 9, 2016
Mason Harris, CCIE #5916 and co-author of CCNA Security 210-260 Complete Video Course, provides a streamlined introduction to DHCP snooping, a barrier to denial-of-service and man-in-the-middle attacks on organizational networks.
Big Data Adoption and Planning Considerations
By Thomas Erl, Paul Buhler, Wajid Khattak
Feb 8, 2016
Big Data adoption can enable the sort of innovation that fundamentally alters the structure of a business, either in its products, services or organization. However, innovation management requires care: too many controlling forces can stifle the initiative and dampen the results, and too little oversight can turn a best intentioned project into a science experiment that never delivers promised results. It is against this backdrop that this chapter from Big Data Fundamentals: Concepts, Drivers & Techniques addresses Big Data adoption and planning considerations.
Video: OCA Java SE 8 Programmer I (1Z0-808): Comparing While and Simple for Loops
By Simon Roberts
Feb 8, 2016
In this excerpt from OCA Java SE 8 Programmer I (1Z0-808) Complete Video Course, Simon Roberts compares the while and simple for loop in Java SE 8.
C++ Basics
By Peter Gottschling
Feb 5, 2016
Learn the fundamental features of C++, including variables, operators, expressions and statements, functions, error handling, I/O, arrays, pointers, and references, and structuring software projects.

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