Posts Tagged 'O’Reilly'

Big Data Glossary by Pete Warden

The *Big* Data Glossary is actually a relatively *short* book, best enjoyed as an eBook in my estimation. This volume is similar to a number of recent releases from O’Reilly that have moved from being deep and comprehensive to providing

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Big Data Glossary by Pete Warden

The *Big* Data Glossary is actually a relatively *short* book, best enjoyed as an eBook in my estimation. This volume is similar to a number of recent releases from O’Reilly that have moved from being deep and comprehensive to providing

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Designing Data Visulisations by Julie Steele and Noah Ilinsky

Insightful, substantive and a must-read for anyone working with data visualisation as consumer or designer. Julie Steele and Noah Ilinsky’s new volume – Designing Data Visualisations – from O’Reilly succeeds in applying a long overdue and well crafted taxonomic process

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Designing Data Visulisations by Julie Steele and Noah Ilinsky

Insightful, substantive and a must-read for anyone working with data visualisation as consumer or designer. Julie Steele and Noah Ilinsky’s new volume – Designing Data Visualisations – from O’Reilly succeeds in applying a long overdue and well crafted taxonomic process

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Getting Started with GEO, CouchDB and Node.js by Mick Thompson

Why? Unfortunately, I quickly come to this question and don’t get an answer when reading Getting Started with Geo, CouchDB and Node.js. The brief summary and end piece of the book enticed me. The premise appeared to be: today’s technology

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Getting Started with GEO, CouchDB and Node.js by Mick Thompson

Why? Unfortunately, I quickly come to this question and don’t get an answer when reading Getting Started with Geo, CouchDB and Node.js. The brief summary and end piece of the book enticed me. The premise appeared to be: today’s technology

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Learning SPARQL by Bob Ducharme

I really like an instructional book that begins with “Chapter2 provides some background on RDF, the semantic web, and where SPARQL fits in, but before going into that, let’s start with a bit of hands-on experience writing and running SPARQL

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Learning SPARQL by Bob Ducharme

I really like an instructional book that begins with “Chapter2 provides some background on RDF, the semantic web, and where SPARQL fits in, but before going into that, let’s start with a bit of hands-on experience writing and running SPARQL

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Learning Perl (6th Edition) by Schwartz, Foy and Phoenix

Learning Perl (Sixth Edition) Is the latest iteration of the de facto standard for learning the basics of the PERL programming language. It has been lately updated to deal with the latest changes to the language remains a superb starting

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Learning Perl (6th Edition) by Schwartz, Foy and Phoenix

Learning Perl (Sixth Edition) Is the latest iteration of the de facto standard for learning the basics of the PERL programming language. It has been lately updated to deal with the latest changes to the language remains a superb starting

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Head First iPhone and iPad Development (2nd Edition)

Head First iPhone and iPad Development (Second Edition) provides an extremely accessible and approachable guide for those new to using tools such as Xcode to develop apps for iOS. As with other Head FIrst books, the approach is extremely graphically

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Head First iPhone and iPad Development (2nd Edition)

Head First iPhone and iPad Development (Second Edition) provides an extremely accessible and approachable guide for those new to using tools such as Xcode to develop apps for iOS. As with other Head FIrst books, the approach is extremely graphically

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Take Control of Troubleshooting Your Mac by Joe Kissell

OK. Let’s go for the hat trick with this one. The third book in what Kissell terms The Mac Fitness Books series is Take Control of Troubleshooting Your Mac. He completes his trilogy as he deals with general and sometimes

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Take Control of Troubleshooting Your Mac by Joe Kissell

OK. Let’s go for the hat trick with this one. The third book in what Kissell terms The Mac Fitness Books series is Take Control of Troubleshooting Your Mac. He completes his trilogy as he deals with general and sometimes

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Take Control of Speeding Up Your Mac by Joe Kissell

Take Control of Speeding Up Your Mac by Joe Kissell is one of a triumvirate of step-by-step manuals to keep your OSX based computer running as advertised – or as close to that as possible. Like his other two volumes

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Take Control of Speeding Up Your Mac by Joe Kissell

Take Control of Speeding Up Your Mac by Joe Kissell is one of a triumvirate of step-by-step manuals to keep your OSX based computer running as advertised – or as close to that as possible. Like his other two volumes

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Take Control of Maintaining Your Mac by Joe Kissell

Take Control of Maintaining Your Mac provides a series of steps and activities that can be done on a periodic basis to prevent slowdown and/or crashes of your OSX based computer. The book lives up to its promise of providing

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Take Control of Maintaining Your Mac by Joe Kissell

Take Control of Maintaining Your Mac provides a series of steps and activities that can be done on a periodic basis to prevent slowdown and/or crashes of your OSX based computer. The book lives up to its promise of providing

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Take Control of Scrivener 2 by Kirk McElhearn

When I saw that there was a Take Control book available for Scrivener 2 I was excited to see if it could help me use Scrivener more effectively. I bought Scrivener back in 2005/6 in the desperate hope that it

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Take Control of Scrivener 2 by Kirk McElhearn

When I saw that there was a Take Control book available for Scrivener 2 I was excited to see if it could help me use Scrivener more effectively. I bought Scrivener back in 2005/6 in the desperate hope that it

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