Remote Pairing: Collaborative Tools for Distributed Development
You've heard about pair programming's benefits: fewer bugs, improved skills, and faster delivery. But what happens when you want to pair with someone in another city, country, or even hemisphere? With the right tools, you won't have to relocate to refactor. In this book, you'll learn techniques used by the most productive...
The Man Who Loved Only Numbers
An affectionate if impressionistic portrayal of one of the century's greatest and strangest mathematicians. Though little known among nonmathematicians, Erdos, who died in 1996 at age 83, was a legend among his colleagues. According to Hoffman (Archimedes' Revenge, 1988), the Hungarian was so devoted to mathematics that he went without...
Mastering Bitcoin: Unlocking Digital Cryptocurrencies
Mastering Bitcoin is essential reading for everyone interested in learning about bitcoin basics, the technical operation of bitcoin, or if you're building the next great bitcoin killer app or business. From using a bitcoin wallet to buy a cup of coffee, to running a bitcoin marketplace with hundreds of thousands of transactions, or...
Photo Retouching with Photoshop: A Designer's Notebook Photo Retouching with Photoshop: A Designer's Notebook is at once eye candy, artistic inspiration, and incomparable technical guidance for intermediate-to-advanced digital imaging professionals, graphic artists, photographers, and just about anyone involved in creating digital images or animations. A visual splendor, this full-color book... World Class IT: Why Businesses Succeed When IT Triumphs
Prior to the 1970s, computer and electronics-based technology
was hardly a pervasive part of our everyday lives. Automobiles
were not yet computerized, fax machines were just taking off, and,
significantly, the personal computer had yet to be popularized.
Individuals who dreamed of a career in information technology
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