Free computers and the internet Kindle books for 20 Dec 16

Arduino: A Comprehensive Beginner’s Guide – From A To Z Easy Steps

by Darryl Barton

Arduino – A Comprehensive Beginner’s Guide

This book is designed as a guide for people new to the Arduino platform.

It will help you understand the Arduino as a technology and platform, set it up on your computer, do your first experiments with hardware, and understand the role of the Arduino in the evolution of the Internet of Things.

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

  • What Is Arduino?
  • The Different Arduino Models & Features
  • Arduino Basics
  • Arduino Commands
  • Projects For Your Pets
  • Wearable Arduino Projects
  • How To Get The Most Out Of Your Arduino
  • Much, Much More!

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A Guide to Moving Up in IT

by Christine Zajkowski

What to study, how to learn the material and build skills on the job, how to prepare for and ace the interview and once you start working your new IT job, how to impress management and increase your knowledge base.

Computer Networking Fundamentals: Volume-II

by Parveen

This book is continuation of my earlier book Computer Networking Fundamentals -Volume-I. In first book , we go through What is Computer Networking ?.Why network computers ? How provides Resource sharing, High reliability, Saving money, Scalability & Communication medium etc. So these are the general information we got in First book Computer Networking Fundamentals -Volume-I. Further in this book we look for What is OSI Model, What is TCP/IP Model. What are the differences & similarities in between OSI & TCP/IP Model. What is IP Addressing, What is subnetting& What are Static IP & Dynamic IPs.

Haskell Programming: Quick Guide for Beginners

by Robert Collins

This book is a guide on how one can program in Haskell. Haskell is a pure functional programming language. The book begins by giving you a brief overview of the Haskell programming language so that you may know what it is. You are then guided on how to get started with Haskell programming. This involves setting up the Glasgow Haskell compiler which forms the heart of programming in Haskell. You are also guided on how to compile your Haskell scripts. Haskell marks the first programming language to introduce typeclasses into programming. This book explores this in detail. In Haskell, expressions are a common feature when writing scripts. This book guides you on how to use Haskell compiler so as to determine the kind of expression that you have written. Type variables are explored in detail. There are several typeclasses in Haskell. Most of these have been discussed in this book, and you are shown how to use each of those classes. Higher order functions are also examined. In Haskell, functions should only take one parameter. However, it is possible for one to override this mechanism and create a function with more than one parameter. This is usually done using curried functions. This book guides you on how to implement such functions in your code. This book guides you on how to implement the Lambda functions in Haskell. Input and output forms a significant part in any programming language. You are guided on how to obtain user data in Haskell and then provide them with output based on that input.

The following topics are discussed in this book:

– What is Haskell?
– Getting Started
– Types and Types and Typeclasses in Haskell
– Higher Order Functions
– Modules
– Input and Output
– Zippers

Powershell: A Comprehensive Beginner’s Guide – From A To Z Easy Steps

by Darryl Barton

PowerShell – A Comprehensive Beginner’s Guide

Cmdlets are the heart-and-soul of Windows PowerShell, Microsoft’s new command shell/scripting language. This series provides a task-based introduction to Windows PowerShell cmdlets: rather than focusing on the individual cmdlets themselves, the emphasis is on the tasks you can carry out using those cmdlets. These tasks include everything from reading and writing text files to managing event logs to sorting and filtering data.

You’ll find my personal notes and tips peppered throughout the book, making it personal and easy to learn.

Here is a preview of what you’ll learn:

  • Getting Started With PowerShell
  • Re-direction & Piping
  • PowerShell & Scripts
  • Control Flow Statements
  • Common Tasks & Cmdlets

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