Free computers and the internet Kindle books for 25 Dec 17

How to Crush Social Media in Only 2 Minutes a Day: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Kred, Goodreads, LinkedIn

by Ndeye Labadens

Prepare to Crush the Game of Social Media!

This is a fun and powerful method to promote your business, book, or item.

Why Do You Need to Crush Social Network?

This book offers step- by- step instructions to build your social media presence with your platforms and /or blog.

You’ll have access to multiple resources to help increase your sales and your online presence.

For example, do you know the best keywords to use? When is the most beneficial time to use Twitter?
How do you change listings on Goodreads? You’ll find answers to these questions and many more.
Prepare to Crush the Social Media in Only 2 Minutes a Day is a must-have!



Coding for Beginners: Learn Computer Programming the Right Way

by K. Connors

Coding for Beginners

Learn Computer Programming the Right Way

Learning to code may be one of the smartest and most important investments in yourself that one can ever make. Not only does it make you invaluable to most employers, teach you indispensable analytical skills, and provide you with a knowledge most only dream of, it’s also fun too. What makes it fun is learning the right way, and not the hard way. The great part about it is, the right way is also the quickest and easiest way. This book is designed to streamline the coding and computer programming learning process to help get beginners on the right track to writing their first program.

In this book, you will learn:

  • What computer programming is
  • How to get started with coding
  • The most useful programming languages
  • Which software to use and why
  • How to code casually vs professionally
  • How to stop procrastinating
  • Why procrastination is only hurting you
  • How to get the job done right the first time

Download Coding for Beginners: Learn Computer Programming the Right Way and don’t waste your time learning the hard way!



Javascript: For Beginners: Your Guide For Learning Javascript Programming in 24 Hours

by John J. Maldonado

Welcome to the Wonderful World of JavaScript

If you have experience with web programming particularly working with HTML, then the next step is to learn JavaScript. With the use of scripts, you can give your web pages an added punch. You will also make your web pages a lot more flexible and interactive.
You will also transform static HTML web pages allowing them to validate any user input. You will also learn how to adapt your code across several different web browsers. Eventually as you learn the ropes of this programming language you will also know how to integrate other related technologies such as ActiveX components, Java applets, plugins, and others.

But what is JavaScript?
JavaScript (we’ll call it JS for short) is one of the many dynamic programming languages that you can find today. It is lightweight – which means it doesn’t require a lot of resources to get it running in your computer. The scripts that you write with this programming language will become one of the most common parts of many web pages.
Another thing that you should know is that it is an interpreted computer programming language. That means the code that you will write won’t need to be “translated” or compiled into machine code by a compiler. In other words, it doesn’t need to be converted from human readable code to machine language.

Here’s what you’ll learn from this book:

Chapter 1: JavaScript – Basics and Preliminary Info
Chapter 2: How to Enable JavaScript in Your Browser
Chapter 3: The Tools You Need to Get Started
Chapter 4: Writing Your First JavaScript Code
Chapter 5: JavaScript Syntax and Code Structure
Chapter 6: Using Variables in JavaScript
Chapter 7: Manipulating Variable Values
Chapter 8: Constants and Reserved Names
Chapter 9: Data Types

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WordPress: Best Practices on AWS (AWS Whitepaper)

by AWS Whitepapers

December 2017
This whitepaper provides system administrators with specific guidance on how to get started with WordPress on AWS and how to improve both the cost efficiency of the deployment as well as the end user experience. It also outlines a reference architecture that addresses common scalability and high availability requirements.
This documentation is offered for free here as a Kindle book, or you can read it in PDF format at https://aws.amazon.com/whitepapers/.



Amazon CloudWatch: User Guide

by Amazon Web Services

This is official Amazon Web Services (AWS) documentation for Amazon CloudWatch. This documentation is offered for free here as a Kindle book, or you can read it online or in PDF format at http://aws.amazon.com/documentation/cloudwatch/. CloudWatch enables you to monitor your AWS services, collect and track metrics from AWS services and your own applications, and set alarms based on data from those metrics. This guide explains how to specify what AWS metrics to collect, how to publish custom metrics for your applications, and how to create dashboards and alarms.



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