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JSON & JSON Strings
By Cay S. Horstmann
Jun 30, 2020
The JavaScript Object Notation and how it is used.
Designing for Extensibility in .NET
By Krzysztof Cwalina, Brad Abrams, Jeremy Barton
Jun 18, 2020
Presents issues and guidelines that are important to ensure appropriate extensibility in a .NET framework.
Blockchain is the Ultimate Serverless Platform
By Michael Juntao Yuan
Jun 3, 2020
Why you should be using Blockchain as a cloud computing platform.
What’s New in iOS Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide, 7th Edition
By Christian Keur
May 30, 2020
Big Nerd Ranch has just released the 7th Edition of their iOS Programming Guide. Find out what's new and what's changed in the latest edition.
What is RAM?
By Scott Mueller
Apr 16, 2020
Scott Mueller outlines what RAM is, and explains the difference between computer memory and disk storage.
How Infectious Disease Spreads
By David Clark
Apr 7, 2020
The prevalence of infectious disease in history has fluctuated wildly. David Clark outlines the different ways a disease can spread and examines how many diseases become milder over time.
Service Workers and Progressive Web Apps (PWA)
By John Wargo
Mar 19, 2020
An introduction to service workers and how to use them to enable cool background processing in your web app.
Top Cybersecurity Threats of 2020
By Sherri Davidoff
Feb 12, 2020
A new year brings new threats! Discover the top cybersecurity threats companies will face in 2020, based on the latest cases and trends observed by data breach experts.
Distributed Services Platform - An Introduction
By Silvano Gai
Jan 31, 2020
Introduces the need for a Distributed Services Platform in your cloud infrastructure that offers superior security, cloudlike scale, hardware performance, and low latency and yet be software programmable.
Create a GUI with Java
By Rogers Cadenhead
Jan 15, 2020
Walks you through how to use Swing to create applications that feature key GUI components.
BPF and the I/O Stack
By Brendan Gregg
Jan 10, 2020
Demonstrates how BPF can trace at all layers of the storage I/O stack. The tools traced the block I/O layer, the I/O scheduler, SCSI, and nvme as an example driver.
Online Privacy: Threats and Requirements
By William Stallings
Jan 4, 2020
A survey of threats, requirements, and approaches to online privacy.
How to Calculate Risk in Your Projects
By Juval Lowy
Jan 2, 2020
Learn how to calculate quantified risk in your software architecture project and use that calculation to evaluate options and as a planning tool.
C++ Packaging and Design Rules
By John Lakos
Jan 1, 2020
Presents how to organize and package component-based software in a uniform (domain-independent) manner. This chapter also provides the fundamental C++ design rules that govern how to develop modular software hierarchically in terms of components, packages, and package groups.
JavaScript Values and Variables
By Kirupa Chinnathambi
Dec 27, 2019
Learn how to use JavaScript Values and Variables to store data and organize code.
21 Rules of Thumb for Managing Software People and Teams
Dec 19, 2019
An oft-overlooked tool in a manager's arsenal is the 'rule of thumb'—a short, pithy statement embodying a powerful message that makes a lasting impression on the listener. Mickey W. Mantle and Ron Lichty, co-authors of Managing the Unmanageable: Rules, Tools, and Insights for Managing Software People and Teams, identify eight major management challenges and 21 rules of thumb to help managers address those challenges.
The New Standard for Software Design
By Juval Löwy
Dec 18, 2019
Master software architect Juval Lowy presents a simple design standard for software engineering, which will facilitate absorbing and adhering to correct design directives and guidelines.
Software System Decomposition
By Juval Lowy
Dec 17, 2019
Discover why the common ways of decomposition are flawed to the core and learn powerful and helpful techniques to leverage when designing a software system.
Customizing How Your iPhone Looks
By David A. Watt
Dec 14, 2019
There are lots of ways that you can customize the way your iPhone looks. You can design and organize your Home screens; choose the Dark or Light mode; and set the screen’s brightness, text size, and wallpaper.
Personalize Your iPad
By Michael Miller
Dec 12, 2019
How-to guidance for personalizing the way your iPad looks and works.

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