Ubuntu 16.04: Easy guide for beginners by Gregory Blake

This book is a guide on how to use Ubuntu 16.04. The author begins by helping you familiarize parts of the Ubuntu system, especially it’s desktop. You will know how to access the various components of the system and launch applications. The author helps you know how to use shortcuts in the system. You will know how to create new directories, upgrade and update the system, reboot the system, logout, customize the desktop etc. The author then helps you familiarize with various software applications in Ubuntu 16.04. You will the software applications which comes installed with Ubuntu by default. You will also know the various software applications which can be used for various tasks such as playing audios, videos, photo management etc. The author guides you on how to establish internet connections in Ubuntu 16.04. The network connection can be wireless, wired or a dial-up connection. The process of installing software applications through the Ubuntu Software Center has also been explored. The process of managing users, groups and security of the system has also been discussed. The following topics have been discussed in this book:- Getting Started- Software Applications- Internet Connections- Ubuntu Software Center- User and Group Management- Basic Security Features- Adding a Printer

Author: Gregory Blake

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Scrum Master: Scrum Events ( Box set ), Daily Scrum, Agile Retrospectives, Sprint Review (scrum master, scrum, agile development, agile software development) by Paul VII

Agile Project Management:Daily Scrum:21 tips to co-ordinate your team with stand-up meetings and create a daily plan

Hello, thank you and congratulations for taking this class, “Daily Scrum: 21 tips to co-ordinate your team with standup meetings and create a daily plan”.
This class contains proven steps and strategies on how to improve your daily scrum (stand-up) meeting as part of an agile scrum team.
I am sure you will get value from this because it gives you a complete introduction to agile scrum daily stand-ups and walks you step by step through carrying out and improving daily stand-ups in your team or business from the ground up. It also gives you plenty of examples. It tells you EXACTLY how the pros carry out the daily scrum and guides you through some common best practices based on extensive research. In this class you will learn:

A brief recap of agile and scrum principles
Why the daily scrum is so powerful for co-coordinating, synchronizing, and creating a daily plan for your team
How to carry out a daily scrum in your team or business like the pros
Concise tips and options for improving your daily scrum and taking it to the next level
So let me help you to learn, improve and master the daily scrum (stand-up meeting)!

So let’s get started and let me teach you how to run a daily scrum, sprint retrospective and sprint review.

Table of Contents

Disclaimer
Introduction
What is the Daily Scrum?
It’s not just standing up!
Before You Scrum
Meet the Scrum Team
What are the Rules for Scrum Meetings?
Who Should Attend Daily Scrum Meetings?
Scrum and Focus on Synchronization
etc..
Conclusion

Sprint Retrospective: 29 tips for continuous improvement with Scrum

I want to thank you and congratulate you for taking this class, “Sprint Retrospectives: 29 tips for continuous improvement with Scrum”.
This class contains proven steps and strategies on how to improve your sprint retrospective as part of an agile scrum team.
I know you will get value from this as it gives you a full introduction to agile scrum retrospectives and walks you step by step through carrying out and improving retrospectives in your team or business from the ground up. It also gives you plenty of examples. It tells you EXACTLY how I have carried out retrospectives in practice and guides you through some common best practices based on extensive research. In this class you will learn:
• A brief recap of agile and scrum principles
• Why the retrospective is so powerful for continuous improvement
• How to carry out retrospectives in your team or business like the pros
• Concise tips and options for improving your retrospectives and taking them to the next level

Table of Contents

Introduction
What is Agile Scrum?
What is the Sprint Retrospective?
Tip 1 – The Importance of Time Boxing
Tip 2 – Focus on Team Needs
etc…

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Sprint Review Meeting:15 tips to demo and continuously improve your product

Thank you and congratulations for taking this class, “Sprint Review: 15 tips to demo and continuously improve your product”.
This class contains proven steps and strategies on how to improve your sprint review and demo as part of an agile scrum team.
I am sure you will get value from this because it gives you a complete introduction to agile scrum sprint reviews and walks you step by step through carrying out and improving sprint reviews in your team or business from the ground up. It also gives you plenty of examples.

Table of Contents
Walkthrough: How to run a Sprint Review Meeting
Introduction
Typical Artifacts
Explanation – The Process
The Preparations
etc.
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Author: Paul VII

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Python for Aspiring Data Scientists: Volume 1 by Venkatesh Pappakrishnan

The main objective of the book is to help aspiring data scientists to learn python as fast as possible and as deeply as required for the role. Nevertheless, this can be used by data scientists at any level that are seeking for a great reference or as a visual cheat sheet for Python. I have used two most important tools that I consider are essential for effective learning – 1. Infographics that helps in maximum memory retention, and 2. Examples to help in easy ingestion of concepts.

Author: Venkatesh Pappakrishnan

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Scrum Master: Scrum Events ( Box set ), Daily Scrum, Agile Retrospectives, Sprint Review (scrum master, scrum, agile development, agile software development) by Paul VII

Agile Project Management:Daily Scrum:21 tips to co-ordinate your team with stand-up meetings and create a daily plan

Hello, thank you and congratulations for taking this class, “Daily Scrum: 21 tips to co-ordinate your team with standup meetings and create a daily plan”.
This class contains proven steps and strategies on how to improve your daily scrum (stand-up) meeting as part of an agile scrum team.
I am sure you will get value from this because it gives you a complete introduction to agile scrum daily stand-ups and walks you step by step through carrying out and improving daily stand-ups in your team or business from the ground up. It also gives you plenty of examples. It tells you EXACTLY how the pros carry out the daily scrum and guides you through some common best practices based on extensive research. In this class you will learn:

A brief recap of agile and scrum principles
Why the daily scrum is so powerful for co-coordinating, synchronizing, and creating a daily plan for your team
How to carry out a daily scrum in your team or business like the pros
Concise tips and options for improving your daily scrum and taking it to the next level
So let me help you to learn, improve and master the daily scrum (stand-up meeting)!

So let’s get started and let me teach you how to run a daily scrum, sprint retrospective and sprint review.

Table of Contents

Disclaimer
Introduction
What is the Daily Scrum?
It’s not just standing up!
Before You Scrum
Meet the Scrum Team
What are the Rules for Scrum Meetings?
Who Should Attend Daily Scrum Meetings?
Scrum and Focus on Synchronization
etc..
Conclusion

Sprint Retrospective: 29 tips for continuous improvement with Scrum

I want to thank you and congratulate you for taking this class, “Sprint Retrospectives: 29 tips for continuous improvement with Scrum”.
This class contains proven steps and strategies on how to improve your sprint retrospective as part of an agile scrum team.
I know you will get value from this as it gives you a full introduction to agile scrum retrospectives and walks you step by step through carrying out and improving retrospectives in your team or business from the ground up. It also gives you plenty of examples. It tells you EXACTLY how I have carried out retrospectives in practice and guides you through some common best practices based on extensive research. In this class you will learn:
• A brief recap of agile and scrum principles
• Why the retrospective is so powerful for continuous improvement
• How to carry out retrospectives in your team or business like the pros
• Concise tips and options for improving your retrospectives and taking them to the next level

Table of Contents

Introduction
What is Agile Scrum?
What is the Sprint Retrospective?
Tip 1 – The Importance of Time Boxing
Tip 2 – Focus on Team Needs
etc…

Scroll Up To The Top Of The Page And Click The Orange “Buy Now” or “Read For Free” Icon On The Right Side!

Sprint Review Meeting:15 tips to demo and continuously improve your product

Thank you and congratulations for taking this class, “Sprint Review: 15 tips to demo and continuously improve your product”.
This class contains proven steps and strategies on how to improve your sprint review and demo as part of an agile scrum team.
I am sure you will get value from this because it gives you a complete introduction to agile scrum sprint reviews and walks you step by step through carrying out and improving sprint reviews in your team or business from the ground up. It also gives you plenty of examples.

Table of Contents
Walkthrough: How to run a Sprint Review Meeting
Introduction
Typical Artifacts
Explanation – The Process
The Preparations
etc.
Scroll Up To The Top Of The Page And Click The Orange “Buy Now” or “Read For Free” Icon On The Right Side!

Author: Paul VII

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

(Part 1) You Must Learn VBScript for QTP/UFT: Don’t Ignore The Language For Functional Automation Testing by Rex Allen Jones II

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Why Read Part 1 – You Must Learn VBScript for QTP/UFT?
Most VBScript books provide a great deal of VBScript information that is not necessary for QTP/UFT. On the other hand, there are QTP/UFT books that do not provide enough VBScript information. This disparity of information causes automation engineers to struggle with automation projects involving VBScript. This book offers applicable VBScript information for QTP/UFT via screenshots and code that can be used with all VBScript Editors or QTP/UFT.
Is Communication Important? Absolutely, communication is important. People all over the world express their thoughts, feelings, and information through communication. VBScript is a lightweight programming language that communicates to QTP/UFT. It is impossible to effectively test an Application Under Test (AUT) using QTP/UFT without learning VBScript.
Target Audience Beginners (Minimum to no knowledge of programming)
Don’t Miss Out! You Need To Read This Book Because You Will Learn:

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Author: Rex Allen Jones II

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Python Programming for Beginners: An Introduction to the Python Computer Language and Computer Programming (Python, Python 3, Python Tutorial) by Jason Cannon

If you want to learn how to program in Python, but don’t know where to start read on.
Knowing where to start when learning a new skill can be a challenge, especially when the topic seems so vast. There can be so much information available that you can’t even decide where to start. Or worse, you start down the path of learning and quickly discover too many concepts, commands, and nuances that aren’t explained. This kind of experience is frustrating and leaves you with more questions than answers.
Python Programming for Beginners doesn’t make any assumptions about your background or knowledge of Python or computer programming. You need no prior knowledge to benefit from this book. You will be guided step by step using a logical and systematic approach. As new concepts, commands, or jargon are encountered they are explained in plain language, making it easy for anyone to understand.
Here is what you will learn by reading Python Programming for Beginners:

When to use Python 2 and when to use Python 3.
How to install Python on Windows, Mac, and Linux. Screenshots included.
How to prepare your computer for programming in Python.
The various ways to run a Python program on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Suggested text editors and integrated development environments to use when coding in Python.
How to work with various data types including strings, lists, tuples, dictionaries, booleans, and more.
What variables are and when to use them.
How to perform mathematical operations using Python.
How to capture input from a user.
Ways to control the flow of your programs.
The importance of white space in Python.
How to organize your Python programs — Learn what goes where.
What modules are, when you should use them, and how to create your own.
How to define and use functions.
Import built-in Python functions that you’ll use often.
How to read from and write to files.
The difference between binary and text files.
Various ways of getting help and find Python documentation.
Much more…

Every single code example in the book is available to download, providing you with all the Python code you need at your fingertips!
Scroll up, click the Buy Now With 1 Click button and get started learning Python today!

Author: Jason Cannon

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
157 reviews

Python Programming for Beginners: An Introduction to the Python Computer Language and Computer Programming (Python, Python 3, Python Tutorial) by Jason Cannon

If you want to learn how to program in Python, but don’t know where to start read on.
Knowing where to start when learning a new skill can be a challenge, especially when the topic seems so vast. There can be so much information available that you can’t even decide where to start. Or worse, you start down the path of learning and quickly discover too many concepts, commands, and nuances that aren’t explained. This kind of experience is frustrating and leaves you with more questions than answers.
Python Programming for Beginners doesn’t make any assumptions about your background or knowledge of Python or computer programming. You need no prior knowledge to benefit from this book. You will be guided step by step using a logical and systematic approach. As new concepts, commands, or jargon are encountered they are explained in plain language, making it easy for anyone to understand.
Here is what you will learn by reading Python Programming for Beginners:

When to use Python 2 and when to use Python 3.
How to install Python on Windows, Mac, and Linux. Screenshots included.
How to prepare your computer for programming in Python.
The various ways to run a Python program on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Suggested text editors and integrated development environments to use when coding in Python.
How to work with various data types including strings, lists, tuples, dictionaries, booleans, and more.
What variables are and when to use them.
How to perform mathematical operations using Python.
How to capture input from a user.
Ways to control the flow of your programs.
The importance of white space in Python.
How to organize your Python programs — Learn what goes where.
What modules are, when you should use them, and how to create your own.
How to define and use functions.
Import built-in Python functions that you’ll use often.
How to read from and write to files.
The difference between binary and text files.
Various ways of getting help and find Python documentation.
Much more…

Every single code example in the book is available to download, providing you with all the Python code you need at your fingertips!
Scroll up, click the Buy Now With 1 Click button and get started learning Python today!

Author: Jason Cannon

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
161 reviews

Python for Informatics: Exploring Information: Exploring Information by Charles Russell Severance

This book is designed to introduce students to programming and computational thinking through the lens of exploring data. You can think of Python as your tool to solve problems that are far beyond the capability of a spreadsheet. It is an easy-to-use and easy-to learn programming language that is freely available on Windows, Macintosh, and Linux computers. There are free downloadable copies of this book in various electronic formats and a self-paced free online course where you can explore the course materials. All the supporting materials for the book are available under open and remixable licenses. This book is designed to teach people to program even if they have no prior experience.

Author: Charles Russell Severance

Rating: Rating: 4.60 / 5
250 reviews

Ry’s Git Tutorial by Ryan Hodson

Git is a free version control system known for its speed, reliability, and non-linear development model. Its popularity among open-source developers makes Git a necessary tool for professional programmers, but it can also do wonders for your personal coding workflow. You’ll be able to experiment with new ideas, radically refactor existing code, and efficiently share changes with other developers—all without the slightest worry towards breaking your project.This comprehensive guide will walk you through the entire Git library, writing code and executing commands every step of the way. You’ll create commits, revert snapshots, navigate branches, communicate with remote repositories, and experience core Git concepts first-hand.Designed for newcomers to distributed development, Ry’s Git Tutorial presents this complex subject in simple terms that anyone can understand. Beginner and veteran programmers alike will find this book to be a fun, fast, and friendly introduction to Git-based revision control.

Author: Ryan Hodson

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
185 reviews

Make Your Own Neural Network by Tariq Rashid

A gentle journey through the mathematics of neural networks, and making your own using the Python computer language.

Neural networks are a key element of deep learning and artificial intelligence, which today is capable of some truly impressive feats. Yet too few really understand how neural networks actually work.

This guide will take you on a fun and unhurried journey, starting from very simple ideas, and gradually building up an understanding of how neural networks work. You won’t need any mathematics beyond secondary school, and an accessible introduction to calculus is also included.

The ambition of this guide is to make neural networks as accessible as possible to as many readers as possible – there are enough texts for advanced readers already!

You’ll learn to code in Python and make your own neural network, teaching it to recognise human handwritten numbers, and performing as well as professionally developed networks.

Part 1 is about ideas. We introduce the mathematical ideas underlying the neural networks, gently with lots of illustrations and examples.

Part 2 is practical. We introduce the popular and easy to learn Python programming language, and gradually builds up a neural network which can learn to recognise human handwritten numbers, easily getting it to perform as well as networks made by professionals.

Part 3 extends these ideas further. We push the performance of our neural network to an industry leading 98% using only simple ideas and code, test the network on your own handwriting, take a privileged peek inside the mysterious mind of a neural network, and even get it all working on a Raspberry Pi.

All the code in this has been tested to work on a Raspberry Pi Zero.

Author: Tariq Rashid

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
214 reviews