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Alexa: Alexa Skills, Tips & Tricks (Alexa & Amazon Echo Book 1)

by Tom Edwards

Here it is – The Amazon Alexa User Manual that should come in the box of every Alexa enabled device!

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From the Number 1 Best Selling authors in Computers and Technology, this clear and concise guide will show you how to get the very best from your new Amazon Alexa enabled device. Step by step instructions will take you from newbie to expert in just one hour!

About the Authors:
Tom and Jenna Edwards are the Amazon Tech authors behind the Number 1 Best-selling e-books 250+ Best Kindle Fire & Fire HD Apps and All-New Fire 7 User Guide: Newbie to Expert in 2 Hours!

Excel VBA : Intermediate Lessons in Excel VBA Programming for Professional Advancement

by Peter Bradley

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Do you work in Excel VBA Programming?

Are its complications causing you pain and distress?

You are not alone!

Many people who are using Excel VBA are struggling to get to grips with it beyond the beginner stage. As you attempt to go further and deeper into this programming it becomes more complex, leading to many people simply giving up on it.

But help is here, with Excel VBA: Intermediate Lessons in Excel VBA Programming for Professional Advancement, a book that is designed as the answer to your problems and that contains great advice and tips on:

  • How to use data from Excel
  • Working with loops
  • Conditional statements
  • Working with strings
  • Error handling and debugging
  • Mistakes to avoid
  • And moreâ?¦

Excel VBA is an exciting and productive program once you get properly acquainted with it. And if you are seeking professional advancement in your chosen career then this is a vital tool you must know more about.

Get a copy of Excel VBA today and start learning how to use this excellent programming to its full extent.

You’ll be surprised how easy it will be!

Computer Hacking: Les secrets dâ??une attaque réussie. (Cybersecurity t. 1) (French Edition)

by Mohamed EL HAMDY

Ã?tes-vous fatigué d’entendre dire que votre système informatique est attaqué? que votre compte courriel ou carte bancaire sont piratés? Ã?tes-vous prêt à pénétrer dans l’esprit d’un pirate informatique? Comprendre les bases de la cybersécurité et les différentes étapes d’une attaque vous permet de mieux vous protéger.
     – Ce livre a pour objectif de vous informer brièvement sur les motivations d’un pirate et sur le déroulement d’une attaque. Si vous espérez mieux comprendre les attaques et mettre en place les contre-mesures appropriées, vous êtes au bon endroit.
     – Ce livre est le premier livre d’une série de livres sur la cybersécurité. Il constitue une introduction brève aux livres suivants qui sont destinés à expliquer en profondeur les notions mentionnées dans celui-ci.

Linux Administration using webmin

by Balasubramanian Thiagarajan

Linux is the most common operating system used in servers. The basic advantage of Linux is that it is a multiuser operating system from below upwards, robust, secure and free. Managing Linux operating system installed in a server i.e. dedicated / virtual is easily done using command terminal. A system admin needs to know at least a minimum of 600 commands for basic Linux server maintenance. Current versions of Linux has automated server management system in place. But still customization is needed, for this to happen knowledge of Linux command system is imperative. It is really cumbersome for administrators to memorize all the commands used in the management of the server, hence there is a need for user friendly Graphic User Interface for
carrying out the various maintenance tasks. Webmin fits this bill because of its power combined with simplicity.


by William Houze

Data is just that — data–or is it? Data has been around since the Big Bang. Data was recognized, manipulated, and at many levels understood by thinking men and women in the sciences, in mathematics, and in philosophy down through the ages. From the birth of the scientific method (±1600 BCE), Data was subjected to empirical analysis, testing, verification, and strictly limited in its use in terms of meaning of dare, Latin for “to give, present, what is givenâ?? (the main forms being: Do, Dare, Dedi, Datus).” Think Euclidean proofs in geometry, where it is “given that this follows that, which is the logical progression and orderly presentation of reasoning from the axiom to the proposition or theorem, e.g., the Pythagorean theorem. Well and good in the evolving realm of abstract and applied Empiricism: data was understood, manageable, and used according to strict rules; inferences were based on those rules and were subjected to the scientific rigors of proof by replication and objective recording of results until all doubt about the data used in the experiments resulted in concurrence that the data was proved out.But it is a very different story today in the world of data as it is usedâ??or misused– in and by the “Enterprise.” Think Big Data. Think roughly 2.5 quintillion bytes of new data added to the massive volume already created and digitized since the digital computerization of data began in the late 1950s. Think layers of programming needed to “manage, store, mine, and present” big data for human review, for machine review. Think complexity and vastness on a scale that no human can grasp in practical terms, in a way that fosters positive action based on sound assumptions, on empirical structures that produced “a proof” that was accepted as truth by scientists from the Greeks to the scientists of today. But business men and women, the Chiefs in Charge of the Enterprise, they are not trained scientists. They rely on the “Data Chain of Custody and Governance” by teams of data caretakers who have become more and more overwhelmed by the volume, complexity, and human-errors that are at the base of the data pyramid. That base of human errorâ??machine error is always human errorâ??leads to problems so deep and unfathomable that even the best programmers, data engineers, data scientists, and data theoreticians cannot come up with methods that prevent data corruption on massive and extremely costly scales.This short book explores some of the reasons why it is now more than ever axiomatic: live by data, die by data, for it is the primordial and infinite swamp.

The Web Story: Technologies of the Cloud

by Randall Waldrop

“The Web Story” presents the technologies of (1) The World Wide Web and (2) The Cloud infrastructure that makes the Web work. It was written to be helpful to novice or advanced web developers and managers. Created to be a concise brief introduction, it includes many references and links allowing the reader to dig deeper and to learn more.

The first part of the book presents the history, evolution, and some technical details of the 5 main areas of web coding:
� JavaScript
It includes examples and many links to standards, tutorials, and more detailed information.

The second part of the book presents the evolution of some of the underlying technologies which led to the development the cloud. These include
� the Internet
� the HTTP protocol
� the browser
� open-source
� Linux
� web server programs
� machine virtualization

Finally, the book presents some insights on the future and what we may see next in the continuing evolution of The Web.

How To Make Outsourcing Big Success: CHECKLIST AND GUIDELINES

by Altaf Hussain Sayyed

Ebook on outsourcing

Erfolgreiche Werbetexte: Was steckt hinter dem Geheimnis, um im Internet erfolgreich zu werben und so neue Kunden für deinen Online-Shop oder deine Webseite zu gewinnen. (German Edition)

by Jamal Bouassiria

Haben Sie sich schon Ihr Leben lang gefragt woraus ein guter Werbetext besteht? Dann sind Sie hier genau richtig. Hier erfahren Sie nicht nur was ein erfolgreicher Werbetext ausmacht, sondern was Sie bei der Umsetzung alles zu beachten haben. Dabei werden wir Ihnen jeden einzelnen Schritt genauesten erläutern. Es lohnt sich also Notizen zu machen! Hier werden Sie auch einige Dinge lernen, die Ihnen vielleicht zuvor als unwichtig erschienen. Das sollte Sie, aber nicht vor der Umsetzung hindern. Schnappen Sie sich also ein Notizbuch, einen Stift und lesen Sie die folgenden Kapitel mit viel Aufmerksamkeit durch. Es wird sich lohnen!

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R: In 8 Hours, For Beginners, Learn Coding Fast! R Programming Language, R Crash Course, R QuickStart Guide, and R Tutorial Book by the R Program Example, In Easy Steps! An Ultimate Beginner’s Guide!

by Ray Yao

This is a zero-risk investment, If you are not satisfied with the eBook, you can get a full refund within 7 days!

About This Book

This Book Absolutely for Beginners:
“R in 8 Hours” covers all essential R language knowledge. You can learn complete primary skills of R language fast and easily. The book includes more than 80 practical examples for beginners and includes tests & answers for the college exam, the engineer certification exam, and the job interview exam.

Source Code for Download:
This book provides source code for download; you can download the source code for better study, or copy the source code to your favorite editor to test the programs.
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Table of Contents

Hour 1
R Installation
Test R Program

Hour 2
Run R Program
Data Type
Variable Assignment
C( ) function
Vector Assignment
Print Value of Variable
Search Variables
Match Variables
Remove Variables

Hour 3
Greater Than
Less Than
Equal To
Greater Than or Equal To
Less Than or Equal To
Not Equal To
Logical AND
Logical OR
Left Assignment
Right Assignment
Colon operator
Member Operator

Hour 4
If Statement
Ifâ?¦else Statement
Switch Statement
Repeat Loop
While Loop
For Loop
Function without Argument
Function with default arguments
Built-in Functions
Get a SubString
Convert to String
Connect Strings
Count the String Numbers
Convert to Upper Case
Convert to Lower Case
Character Replacement

Hour 5
Create a Vector
sep( ) function
Access the Vector
Delete Vector Element
Vector Addition
Vector Subtraction
Vector Multiplication
Vector Division
Vector of Different Length
Sorting Vector
Create List
Access the Elements of List
Add an Element to List
Remove the Last Element
Update an Element
Merge Two Lists
Convert List to Vector

Hour 6
Create a Matrix
Access the Matrix
Examples of Creating Matrices
Matrix Addition
Matrix Subtraction
Matrix Multiplication
Matrix Division
Name the Rows & Columns
Name the Array
Access Array
Array Operation

Hour 7
Change Level Sequence
Set the Factor Level
Data Frames
Data Frame Structure
Summary of Data Frames
Show Specified Data

Hour 8
Add Columns to Data Frame
Add Rows to Data Frame
cbine( ) Function
Combines Data Frames
R Packages
Check Directory of R Libraries
View Installed Packages
View the Using Packages
Install New Packages
Load the Package

Appendix R Tests & Answers

This book includes R Language Tests & Answers for an interview, college exam, and engineer certification exam.

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Basics with Windows PowerShell – New Edition

by Prometheus MMS

Microsoft designed PowerShell to automate system tasks, such as batch processing, and to create systems management tools for commonly implemented processes.

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