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Python Programming: Step by Step Guide from Beginners to Expert

by Adrien Aida

Python Programming: Step by step guide from beginners to expert

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– Python


– C lаnguаgе

– JAVA and mоrе.

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If you are a serious guy on Python Programming then this is your book!

C++: 21 Sample Codes and Advanced Crash Course Guide in C++ Programming

by Zach Webber

Do you want to learn C++ programming in a way that you can easily understand every concept? Do you want to master advanced concepts of C++ language? Are you tired of reading through large C++ books that you end up getting lost? Well, 21 Sample Codes and Advanced Crash Course Guide in C++ programming takes you through a stepwise journey on learning C++ programming.

If you are just getting started with C++ programming and would like to grasp C++ concepts, don’t hesitate to buy this book. No matter your skill level, we have something new to learn about C++ programming. We use a simple and easy language so that novice programmers can understand everything.

You know that C++ language is one of the most commonly used languages in the world. It has a wide range of compilers that run on different platforms to support it. In addition, C++ compiles into a machine code format, hence it is one of the fastest languages. There are countless features of the C++ language that we cannot describe here and a lot of reasons why you should learn C++ language. There is no better time and resource created to help you quickly master the fundamentals of C++ language than 21 Sample Codes and Advance Crash Course Guide in C++ programming. Inside, you are going to learn:

– How to structure your C++ program
– Detailed descriptions of C++ functions
– Working with C++ arrays and pointers
– Object-Oriented Programming in C++
– A detailed discussion of expressions and variables in C++
– You will understand what multithreading is and how it works in C++
– How you can fix bugs in your C++ program and how to avoid bugs.
– And many moreâ?¦

If you are serious and you want to advance your career in C++ programming, this book will help you advance your programming skills and master important concepts. Grab your copy today and begin to learn how you can build your project in C++ language.

ABCD OF HACKING: The Beginner’s guide

by Shashank Pai K

Ever wondered how the computer hacks or website hacks happen? What constitutes a website hack?How come a Computer, which in layman circle, usually seen as a â??Perfect’ machine doing computations or calculations at the lightning speed, have security vulnerabilities?!  Can’t all websites be safe and secure always? If you have all these innocent doubts in your mind, then this is the right book for you, seeking answers in an intuitive way using layman terms wherever possible!

There are 7 different chapters in the book. The first three of them set up the ground basics of hacking, next three of them discuss deeply the real hackings i.e. the different types of handpicked well-known web attacks and the last chapter that sums up everything. Here is the list of chapters:

1)Introduction: A brief discussion on workings of computers, programs, hacking terminologies, analogies to hacks. This chapter addresses the role of security in a software.

2)A Simplest Hack:  To keep the reader curious, this chapter demonstrates the simplest hack in a computer program and draws all the essential components in a hacking. Though this is not a real hacking yet, it signifies the role of user input and out of box thinking in a nutshell. This chapter summarizes what a hack constitutes.

3)Web Applications: As the book is about website hacks, it would not be fair enough if there is no content related to the basics, explaining components of a website and the working of a website. This chapter makes the user ready to witness the real website hackings happening from the next chapter.

4)The SQL Injection: Reader’s first exposure to a website attack! SQL injection is most famous cyber-attack in Hackers’ community. This chapter explains causes, the way of exploitation and the solution to the problem. Of course, with a lot of analogies and intuitive examples!

5)Cross-site Scripting: Another flavor of attacks! As usual, the causes, way of exploitation and solution to the problem is described in simple terms. Again, with a lot of analogies!

6)Cross-site Request Forgery: The ultimate attack to be discussed in the book. Explaining why it is different from previous two, the causes, exploitation, solution and at the end, a brief comparison with the previous attack. This chapter uses the terms â??Check request forgery’ and â??Cross Bank Plundering’ sarcastically while drawing an analogy!

7)Conclusion: This chapter sums up the discussion by addressing questions like why only 3 attacks have been described? why can’t all websites be secure always? The chapter ends by giving a note to ethical hacking and ethical hackers.

Top 100 Java Collections Interview Questions & Answers

by Knowledge Powerhouse

Introduction: Java Collections Interview Questions

Java Collections is a very important topic in Java language. Many fortune 500 organizations use Java Collections. This book contains basic to expert level Java Collections interview questions that an interviewer asks. Each question is accompanied with an answer so that you can prepare for job interview in short time.

Often, these questions and concepts are used in our daily programming work. But these are most helpful when an Interviewer is trying to test your deep knowledge of Java Collections features.

How will this book help me?

By reading this book, you do not have to spend time searching the Internet for Java Collections interview questions. We have already compiled the list of the most popular and the latest Java Collections Interview questions.

Are there answers in this book?

Yes, in this book each question is followed by an answer. So you can save time in interview preparation.

What is the best way of reading this book?

You have to first do a slow reading of all the questions in this book. Once you go through them in the first pass, mark the questions that you could not answer by yourself. Then, in second pass go through only the difficult questions. After going through this book 2-3 times, you will be well prepared to face a technical interview for Software Engineer position in Java Collections framework.

What is the level of questions in this book?

This book contains questions that are good for a Associate Software engineer to a Senior Software engineer. The difficulty level of question varies in the book from a Fresher to an Experienced professional.

What are the sample questions in this book?

  • How will you copy elements from a Source List to another list?
  • What are the Java Collection classes that implement List interface?
  • What are the Java Collection classes that implement Set interface?
  • What is the difference between an Iterator and ListIterator in Java?
  • What is the difference between Iterator and Enumeration?
  • What are the differences between the two data structures: a Vector and an ArrayList?
  • What are the differences between Collection and Collections in Java?
  • What is the difference between an ArrayList and a LinkedList data structure?
  • In which scenario, LinkedList is better than ArrayList in Java?
  • What are the differences between a List and Set collection in Java?
  • What is the difference between a Set and a Map in Java?
  • What are the differences between a HashSet and TreeSet collection in Java?

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