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Computer Apps for Kids with Microsoft Office 2010, 2nd Edition By Sandra Gaiser
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A 34-week course that teaches elementary and middle school kids computer Microsoft application productivity skills including Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Publisher. It can be used in the One Day... More > Academy classroom or at home. Step-by-step instructions and illustrations for each of the 33 projects are provided, along with review questions and 1 day of practice after each lesson.< Less
Near Field Communication (NFC) for Embedded Applications By Agus Kurniawan
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This book helps you to get started with Near Field Communication (NFC) programming. This book uses Arduino and Raspberry Pi boards for targeting embedded system. The following is highlight topics: *... More > Preparing development environment * NFC programming for Arduino * NFC programming for Raspberry Pi * Building Attendance system Based NFC * Building Payment system based NFC< Less
Theoretical Algorithms in C++ By Kevin De Keyser
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Theoretical algorithms in c++ is a book with implementations of various algorithms such as Dijkstra, Dinic algorithm, as well as programming paradigms such as dynamic programming, divide &... More > conquer, etc.< Less
The Java Garbage Collection Mini-Book By Charles Humble
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The Java Garbage Collection Mini-book provides a concise, accessible guide for Java architects and senior developers who want to understand what garbage collection is, how it works, and how it... More > impacts the execution of their programs. This book dives right into the details. Starting with an examination of the Java heap and pointers, safe-points, and generational collection, the book then explores each collector in turn, describing its memory structure, the basics of the algorithm, and its performance characteristics. The collectors covered are: 1. Serial, Parallel, CMS and G1 from the OpenJDK distributions 2. Balanced and Metronome from IBM 3. C4 from Azul Systems 4. Red Hat’s forthcoming Shenandoah Later sections look at tuning, logging, and some programming techniques to produce less garbage.< Less