Free computers and the internet Kindle books for 16 Feb 17

Git Version Control Guide: Step -by-step tutorial for beginners

by Gregory Blake

This book is a guide on how to use Git. It begins by guiding you to use Git for the purpose of development. You will learn how to install Git on the various platforms such as Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. The various commands which can be executed on the command line are also explored. You will also learn the difference between centralized and distributed workflow in Git, and how to contribute to projects in both cases. Conflicts will always occur whenever you are using Git. This book guides you on the various ways that you can resolve conflicts which might occur. With this knowledge, you will be independent and be in a position to run your projects in a smooth manner. In Git, you will need to access other projects from your own project. This is usually done by the use of Submodules. This book guides you on how to use Submodules so as to establish inter-project communications. Hooks are also discussed in detail, along with how to use the various types of hooks in Git. Git projects are sharable, unlike the Subversion repositories. This book guides you on how to perform a conversion of the Subversion repositories into Git. When contributing to a project in Git, there are defined steps which one should follow. This book guides you on this.

The following topics are explored in this book:
– How to use Git for Development
– Distributed and Centralized Workflow
– Conflicts
– Submodules and Hooks
– Conversion of a Subversion Repository into Git
– Contributing to a Project

System Analyst Solutions: Enterprise Network Patching from Windows Command Line

by Darius F. Peterson II

This book will show you how load software on remote workstations throughout your Enterprise network from your Desktop PC! This gives a System Analyst a backup solution to loading software, making configuration changes, and accessing different information from any PC on their domain without expensive software. This book covers WMIC and PSEXEC (WMIC comes pre-built, and PSEXEC is available free of charge. So download this book today!

Designing Mobile Apps

by Javier Cuello

Embarking on a career (or hobby) in app design can be intimidating, especially when information is scattered, confusing and hard to find. Designing Mobile Apps is a complete guide for those getting started, providing step-by-step details on how to design useful, attractive mobile applications.
Authors Javier “Simón” Cuello and José Vittone share their experiences in the world of app design, revealing tricks of the trade based on their work at companies like Yahoo, Zara and Telefónica.

Apps for Android, iOS and Windows Phone
How do operating systems differ? How does one go about transferring from one OS to another? Designing Mobile Apps answers these questions and more, using real-life examples and visual comparisons.

The Complete Design Process
From the initial concept to app store publication, Designing Mobile Apps covers the full app creation process in simple, easy-to-use terms. It includes numerous examples and doesn’t use a single line of code.

Interviews with Top Professionals
Designing Mobile Apps contains interviews with leading designers and developers, including Loren Brichter, Irene Pereyra, Erik Spiekermann and Dustin Mierau. They share the secrets they’ve learned while working at some of the best companies in the world.

Written Especially for Designers and Developers
Not sure how to prepare your design for the programmer? Know how to program, but fuzzy on the details in making your app truly appealing and easy to use? With Designing Mobile Apps, designers and developers can learn all they need to know to work together and create a successful app.

AWS Key Management Service (KMS) Developer Guide

by Amazon Web Services

This is official Amazon Web Services (AWS) documentation for AWS Key Management Service (KMS). This documentation is offered for free here as a Kindle book, or you can read it online or in PDF format at KMS is an encryption and key management service scaled for the cloud. KMS keys and functionality are used by other AWS services, and you can use them to protect data in your own applications that use AWS.

Integrating AWS with Multiprotocol Label Switching (AWS Whitepaper)

by AWS Whitepapers

December 2016
This whitepaper outlines high-availability architectural best practices for customers who are considering integration between Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) in one or more regions with their existing Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) network. The whitepaper provides best practices for connecting single and/or multiregional configurations with your MPLS provider. It also describes how customers can incorporate VPN backup for each of their remote offices to maintain connectivity to AWS Regions in the event of a network or MPLS outage.

The target audience of this whitepaper includes technology decision makers, network architects, and network engineers.

This documentation is offered for free here as a Kindle book, or you can read it in PDF format at

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