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C++: The Complete 3 Books in 1 for Beginners, Intermediate and 21 Sample Codes and Advance Crash Course Guide in C++ Programming

by Zach Webber

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Beginner

Working with the C++ program is a great learning experience. You will gain the skills to create a useful program, one that can work on phones, on websites, and so much more. When you are ready to get started with learning this great programming language, make sure to read through this guidebook.

There are so many great things that you can do with this coding language. Some of the topics that you will work with and that we will explore inside this guidebook include:

  • What is C++ and why it’s so great
  • How to create the syntax of C++
  • How to get started with your first code
  • How to create arrays and loops in C++
  • How to work with the variables
  • How to work with conditional statements

And so much more

When you are ready to finally learn how to work with the C++ language, make sure to check out this guidebook and see all the great things you can once you learn how to use this programming language.

Intermediate

C++ is one of the most popular programming languages of all time, and for good
reason. No other language offers such a versatile and powerful combination of
raw computing ability with potential for abstraction.

This book offers the best solution on the market for when you need to learn as
much about C++ as quickly and efficiently as possible. Over the course of this
book, you’re going to learn in-depth topics like:

  • The what and why of concepts like values and variables
  • The object-oriented programming paradigm
  • The functionality behind things like functions
  • The power of control flow in programming
  • Logic and how to apply it

And much more. So get on the path to learning this super useful language now
with the best C++ book on the market.

Advance Guide with Codings

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.

  • 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.



Hacking: 2 Books In 1; Beginners And Intermediate Guide In Hacking

by Zach Webber

Beginner

The world of technology is quickly changing the world we live in. We are in a world where things are progressing at a rapid pace, and it is common to carry all of our information around with us wherever we may go. This may make things more convenient, but it does bring in some issues that can compromise our security if we are not careful. This guidebook will go into detail and talk about the basics of hacking and how you can learn to protect your own personal information from cyberattacks.

Inside this guidebook, we will discuss a lot of important aspects of hacking such as:

  • The basics of hacking
  • How to create a keylogger
  • How to prevent a physical attack
  • How to work with social engineering
  • How to get onto a wireless network
  • How to send a spoofing attack

And more

When you are ready to get started with hacking and how to protect your own computer and your own network, make sure to check out this guidebook to help you to get started!

Intermediate

Hacking. There are many words to describe hacking, but perhaps one of the most immediate would be the word “confusing”. Skilled hackers will often have a lifetime of computer usage and expertise under their belts. At the very least, they’ll often have several years’ worth of formal training or education at a given university. How can you get up to that level?

It will take a lot of work and a lot of effort on your end, but this book intends to help you with getting both of those things. By the end of this book, you’re going to have a firm understanding of how hacking works, how to manipulate networks, and how to get into whatever computer you’re wanting to.

Over the course of this book, we’re going to cover a lot of questions and topics, including:

  • What is hacking?
  • What are the different types of hacking?
  • Is all hacking bad?
  • How do hackers think?
  • How can I become a hacker?
  • How do I do penetration testing?
  • What steps are there to penetration testing?
  • What is packet sniffing and how do I do it?
  • What operating system should I use for hacking?

What are the foundations and concepts of hacking that I need to know in order to become a masterful hacker?

And much more! We’re going to be working pretty fast as we cover a variety of different topics, and we’re also going to be trying to cement our understanding of those topics in practical applications. By the end of this book, you’ll feel confident in your ability to apply these hacking concepts.

So, if you’re looking for the best book in the market to quickly and effectively learn how to hack, then look no further. This book has all of the information you need to get up to speed in terms of hacking. And unlike some other books, it’s not a serial handholder – nor does it leave you in the dust. This book masterfully goes through all of the different concepts that you need to know in order to become a more established and confident network hacker, but it does so in a way that leaves you feeling confident and like you know the material.

If you want to learn how to hack quickly and confidently, then this is the title for you. No book out there is as good at allowing you to learn how to hack so easily.



Interfaces.com: Cognitive Tools for Product Designers

by Olga Werby

Every profession develops a set of cognitive tools and a culture that envelops its activities, artifacts, knowledge, and practice. “Interfaces.com: Cognitive Tools for Product Designers” offers readers an introduction to the product design conceptual framework: what goes into creation of a successful product design? Individual differences in personality types and learning styles, memory limitations, perception, background and social knowledge, cultural differences, reasoning styles, categorization strategies, and attention controls are examined as usability variables for developing products that work for specific audiences. Visual learners would do better with a paperback edition of this book.



Hadoop from the beginning: The basics

by Nicholas Brown

This book is written for anyone who needs to know how to analyze data using Hadoop. It is a good book for both Hadoop beginners and those in need of advancing their Hadoop skills. The author has explored every component of Hadoop. Prior to that, the author helps you understand how to setup Hadoop on your Linux platform.

The Hadoop HDFS has been explored in detail. You will know how it manages the data files across different nodes in the cluster. The author helps you familiarize yourself with the various commands that you can use to perform various tasks within the Hadoop system. The author also helps you know how to write MapReduce programs in Java programming language and run them on Hadoop. You will know how to accomplish various tasks of data analysis in Hadoop by writing and running MapReduce programs.

Here is a preview of what you’ll learn:

  • – Getting Started with Hadoop
  • – HDFS
  • – Hadoop Commands
  • – MapReduce

Keywords: hadoop for dummies, hadoop hdfs, big data hadoop, hadoop in practice, hadoop analytics, hadoop mapreduce, hadoop programming, big data analytics, hadoop java.



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