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O'Reilly are offering a number of free programming books which a few of you may find useful. I believe there are other books available in the /free/ section of their website. Book titles: M… Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
O'Reilly are offering a number of free programming books which a few of you may find useful.

I believe there are other books available in the /free/ section of their website.

Book titles:

Modern Java EE Design Patterns - Building Scalable Architecture for Sustainable Enterprise Development
Object-Oriented vs. Functional Programming - Bridging the Divide Between Opposing Paradigms
Java: The Legend - Past, Present, and Future
Introducing Java 8 - A Quick-Start Guide to Lambdas and Streams
A Whirlwind Tour of Python
20 Python Libraries You Are not Using (But Should)
Hadoop with Python
How to Make Mistakes in Python
Functional Programming in Python
Python in Education
Picking a Python Version: A Manifesto
Trends Shaping the London Tech Scene
2016 European Software Development Salary Survey
2016 Software Development Salary Survey
Why Rust?
C ++ Today
Visualizing and Analyzing Data with F #
RxJava for Android App Development
Swift Pocket Reference
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
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Nice.
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Nice find. Big fan of the animals on the cover too.
#3
Cool thanks
#4
liamwba1

I believe there are other books available in the /free/ section of their website.

Yes. At the bottom of the page are further sections:

Business
Data
Design
IoT
Web Dev
WebOps


Edited By: KongDonkey on Oct 06, 2016 20:56
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"How to Make Mistakes in Python" too many people at my work have obviously read this.

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