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Hacking for beginners 2019: complete step by step guide

by Shekhar mishra

Hacking for beginners 2019: complete step by step guide

Ethical hackers are in high demand. As we become more and more reliant on computer technology, black-hat hackers are working to profit from exploiting those technologies to steal personal information, so this is a perfect ethical hacking books for beginners 2019 in this we will learn basic of hacking and how to protect yourself from hackers complete step by step guide with screen shorts.

Content that book offer

1-What is hacking
2-Type of hacking
3-How hackers hack accounts
4-operating system of hackers
5- Hacking social media
6- Minimum system required to start your Currier in ethical hacking
7- What is phishing attack
8- Facebook phishing attack
9-Email spoofing
10-Email bombing
11- Hacking windows using Kali Linux.
12- Hacking android using kali Linux
13- undecidable Facebook hacking 2019 latest method 100% working.



Agile Product Management (Box Set): Product Backlog 21 Tips & Scrum a Cleverly Concise and Agile Introduction (scrum, scrum master, agile development, agile software development)

by Paul VII

Agile Product Management Just Got Easier

Introduction

Thank you and congratulations on taking this class, “Product Management: 21 tips to create and manage the Product Backlog”.
In this class, you will be given a multitude of proven tips to manage your product backlog as part of an agile scrum team.
I know you will get value from this class as it gives you a full introduction to the concept of the product backlog. I then walk you step by step through the steps involved in managing a backlog. Following this, I give you tips for improving product backlog management in your team or business from the ground up. Along the way, I give you plenty of examples and give you best practices for product backlog management within agile scrum. In this class, you will learn:

-A brief recap of agile and scrum principles

-What is a product backlog and how is it different from traditional requirements documents

-How to create a product backlog from a product vision

-What user stories are and how they are simpler for managing requirements

-Concise techniques for improving your product backlog management

So let’s get started and let me teach you how to improve product backlog management.

Introduction

Thank you and congratulations on taking this class, “Scrum: A Cleverly Concise and Agile Guide”.
In this class, you will be given an exceedingly concise guide yet still a wealth of information to allow you to fully understand how to use agile scrum.
I know you will get value from this as it contains the exact methods I have used to deliver projects on time and to a high degree of quality using scrum. I then walk you step by step through the key rules, roles and events used in scrum so that you have an excellent foundation. In this class, you will learn:

-Learn what scrum is and why it is so powerful for delivering even the most complex project on time.

-Explain the difference between roles, events and artifacts

-Understand techniques to deliver your project on time

-Explain the difference between Agile and Scrum

-Explain what the Waterfall Model is and Why it is less flexible than Agile

So let’s get started and let me help you to understand and use agile scrum.

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Your first step Towards C language

by Olivoy

Are You Ready To Learn C?

Following several requests I realized this Ebook to present you the most used programming language, which served as the basis for many other versions over the years. This is an excellent book.
In this book, you will learn what the C programming language involves, how to write conditions, expressions, instructions.
Simply put, it is a book for programmers, learners who take other computer courses and other computer users who want to be familiar with the operation of the most popular computer language, C .



freeRTOS: A practical approach with Arduino

by Max Back

Extend the capabilities and power of your applications using Real-Time Operating System features.

This book combines two powerful tools: Arduino and freeRTOS.

Resources addressed:

Interrupts: Addresses communication between hardware interrupts and tasks.
Tasks: Allow parallel programming to better organize execution and code.
Semaphores: Allows you to control concurrent access to resources and communication between tasks.
Queues: It allows to communicate multiple items between tasks and is explored through several examples, in association with interruptions and tasks.
Task notification: Sending values â??â??to task directly through task notification, without using queues or semaphores.
Software Timer: Without having to control for interruptions, call a function of your own in time or after a timeout only once.
We will approach the concepts, through brief explanations and listings of sample source codes, which will often be expanded in stages. In this way we will present and explain the mechanisms of programming in multiple tasks and their mechanisms of support, control of access to resources, communication between tasks.

Understanding concepts will be given by their incremental introduction, tracking changes and improvements in the code, which you can go testing on your Arduino (if you prefer), or just go through the accompanying explanation.

Some companion or book listings are posted on the internet as a supplement.

The Arduino platform, which further popularized digital electronics (even for those with no specific training) and at the same time facilitated the creation of product prototypes, for startups, makers, and even for engineers and programmers of experienced embedded systems .

freeRTOS, the Real-Time Operating System, which supports a large amount of microcontrollers and development environment, and has become a de facto standard.
 
The union of these two platforms, facilitated by the development of a freeRTOS package that can be easily added to the Arduino IDE (and in this book you’ll see how to do this), will allow you to learn how to develop powerful and easy-to-maintain applications.

Each has its own style of studying programming. I prefer to read over, examining areas of greater interest, and then “lay hands on the mass.” You may prefer to follow step by step what is presented and then venture into making your modifications and creating your solutions.

Think of this book as a complement to your Arduino programming knowledge or programming for embedded systems in general. The focus is to get you started (or increase your knowledge) in multitasking for MCUs, using freeRTOS in your projects, whatever platform you prefer among the many supported platforms.



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