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Weekly Web Design & Development News: Collective #192

Here's the 192nd Weekly Web Design development resources (freebies, codes, graphics, tools, inspiration, etc) from the past week.
  • Publication date: 12.06.2017

Mining the Social Web - Facebook

Are you interested in exploring the data generated by Facebook's over 1.28 billion daily active users? Do you have some basic experience working with Python? If so, this course is for you.You'll explore Facebook's social graph and learn how it structures data; as well as discover how to use Python and Facebook's Graph API to connect to and query the social graph for page and user data, and pick up some experience manipulating and visualizing Facebook data using the powerful Python libraries, pandas and ma...
  • Publication date: 09.06.2017

Interactive Data Visualization for the Web

Interactive Data Visualization for the Web addresses people interested in data visualization but new to programming or web development, giving them what they need to get started creating and publishing their own data visualization projects on the web. The recent explosion of interest in visualization and publicly available data sources has created need for making these skills accessible at an introductory level. The second edition includes greatly expanded geomapping coverage, more real-world examples, a c...
  • Publication date: 09.06.2017

7 Newest Free jQuery Plugins For This Week #23 (2017)

Here's our #184 hand-picked collection of 7 New Free jQuery Plugins with examples we found around the web from last week (Jun 2nd, 2017 ~ Jun 8th, 2017).
  • Publication date: 09.06.2017

Further Exploration of C++ Templates and Metaprogramming

Designed for intermediate level C++ programmers, this course focuses on the advanced features and techniques made possible by the release of C++11 and C++14. It introduces several new Standard Library types, and investigates type aliases and static assertions, two features that make it easy to work with templates.You will also explore variadic templates, which allow developers to write type-safe functions and classes that take variable numbers and types of arguments. The course wraps up by examining templ...
  • Publication date: 08.06.2017

Essentials of Spring 5.0 for Developers

A fast-paced guide to building applications with the Spring and Spring Boot frameworks About This Video Dive into the essentials of the Spring framework to build efficient applications for the cloud Explore the latest features of the Spring 5.x framework! Discover the various features and functionality provided by Spring Boot to rapidly develop Spring applications In Detail With the advent of containerization and the ease of cloud availability, developers are required to explore new tools and frameworks...
  • Publication date: 08.06.2017

Continuous Integration (CI) With Jenkins - Artifact Repository Setup

Automating the archiving of binary artifacts in an artifact repository is crucial to any successful continuous integration effort. Storing artifacts makes them accessible to others for use as libraries or deployable packages; storing artifacts also alleviates the need to recreate artifacts from source code.This course teaches you how to automate the artifact archiving process using the JFrog Artifactory repository with Jenkins. You'll learn to install and configure Artifactory within Jenkins and use it to...
  • Publication date: 08.06.2017

Understanding Anomaly Detection

Anomaly detection plays a key role in today's world of data-driven decision making. This stems from the outsized role anomalies can play in potentially skewing the analysis of data and the subsequent decision making process. This course is an overview of anomaly detection's history, applications, and state-of-the-art techniques.Taught by anomaly detection expert Arun Kejariwal, the course provides those new to anomaly detection with the understanding necessary to choose the anomaly detection techniques mo...
  • Publication date: 08.06.2017

Think Data Structures

If you’re a student studying computer science or a software developer preparing for technical interviews, this practical book helps you learn and review the most important ideas in software engineering—data structures and algorithms—in a way that’s clearer, more concise, and more engaging than other materials. You’ll explore the important classes in the Java collections framework (JCF), how they’re are implemented, and how they are expected to perform.
  • Publication date: 08.06.2017

Weekly Web Design & Development News: Collective #191

Here's the 191st Weekly Web Design development resources (freebies, codes, graphics, tools, inspiration, etc) from the past week.
  • Publication date: 05.06.2017

7 Newest Free jQuery Plugins For This Week #22 (2017)

Here's our #183 hand-picked collection of 7 New Free jQuery Plugins with examples we found around the web from last week (May 26th, 2017 ~ June 1st, 2017).
  • Publication date: 01.06.2017

Weekly Web Design & Development News: Collective #190

Here's the 190th Weekly Web Design development resources (freebies, codes, graphics, tools, inspiration, etc) from the past week.
  • Publication date: 29.05.2017

My everyday tools. Part 1.

In this post I'l tell you about my everyday tools which I'm using in my work.

  • Publication date: 15.05.2017

Continuous Integration (CI) With Jenkins - Maven Builds

This course introduces the concepts, techniques, and configuration necessary to perform a Maven build within a Jenkins automation server. First, you'll install and configure the Maven integration plugin to build and customize a Maven project within Jenkins. Then watch how Maven standardizes builds using its highly effective methods for compiling, documenting, and testing code.You will see how effortlessly it handles dependencies, learn how dependencies can trigger builds, and explore Maven's support for m...
  • Publication date: 08.05.2017

Java 9 Programming By Example

Get the steps you need to discover the world of Java 9 programming using real-world examples About This Book We bridge the gap between “learning” and “doing” by providing real-world examples that will improve your software development Our example-based approach will get you started quickly with software programming, get you up-to-speed with Java 9, and improve your Java skills This book will show you the best practices of Java coding and improve your productivity Who This Book Is For This book is for an...
  • Publication date: 06.05.2017