LibHive is an mobile application where you can search,download,save books anytime. These books are collected from the largest free book resource website Libgen in the Internet.
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This video is based on the best books to learn to program. The video is designed to explain how to learn to program for beginners. The video includes a detailed theoretical and practical approach for a better learning experience.
This video is based on the Top 5 Books To Learn Java. This #shorts video is dedicated to guiding you with the list of best books to learn Java for Beginners and professionals. Going through this video will help you with the perfect path to learn java in a progressive way. The following is the list of books covered in this shorts video.
This short video covers the Top 5 Books for Machine Learning. We have choose the best books that are used in top universities and in the industries to train professionals. These books will help you learn Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning from scratch and master them using hands-on examples in Python.
Why learn Artificial Intelligence?
The current and future demand for AI engineers is staggering. The New York Times reports a candidate shortage for certified AI Engineers, with fewer than 10,000 qualified people in the world to fill these jobs, which according to Paysa earn an average salary of $172,000 per year in the U.S. (or Rs.17 lakhs to Rs. 25 lakhs in India) for engineers with the required skills.
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This video on Top Coding Books covers the Best Books for Coding in the professional world. The main aspect of the video is to deliver the best book to learn coding for beginners. It covers all beginner, intermediate and advanced level coding books.
What is Coding?
The term coding can be defined as a process of writing or scripting instructions using one of the available programming languages in order to design and develop a computing unit to receive, compile and execute the commands programmed by the end-user. Basically, coding is used for converting the high-level language to low-level or machine level language and passing it to the computing unit to provide an output for the instructions received.
If you are a coder, then you should be a good reader. Reading helps you to enhance your coding skills based on the current trends. Before getting started with code, a coder should understand the requirements. The right books will help you to enrich your programming and debugging skills. So, we bring you a list of books, each with a different perspective that will help you gain overall expertise in the field of coding.
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In this article, I’ll guide you on how to start your career in Data Science.
I hope you will learn something new from this article.
When I started my journey in the data science field, I mainly prefer to read books. Because books are our best teacher.
Why did I call books as our teacher?
After all, books give us a comprehensive view or guide us just like how our teachers used to do.
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Effective Java, one of the most recommended books for Java programmers.
This is one of those books which I think every Java developer wants to read because it will not teach you syntax but how and when to use a particular feature.
After the huge success of Effective Java 1st Edition and 2nd Edition, the 3rd edition of Effective Java released a couple of years ago. After 10 years of long wait by Java programmers from all over the world, finally, an updated version of, probably, the most popular Java book on the planet is released and I am going to talk about this new version of Effective Java, I mean Effective Java 3rd Edition
In this article and share my thought that why it’s a must-read book for every Java developer around the world.
This new version covers the features and paradigm introduced in JDK 7, 8, and 9. Joshua Bloch has done a great job in also updating most of the items to keep them relevant to the newer version. Apart from that, there is a whole new chapter added to explain best practices around Java 8 features.
I know you don’t need any reason to read this book, given its immense popularity and acceptance. Many startups that use Java, particularly in India, also distribute this book to new Java developers and save tons of money by avoiding bugs and poor quality Java code.
As I told you before, I have pre-ordered this book in October itself and received my copy a couple of days ago. Still, I had already read most of the items, mainly the newer ones on my Kindle, where the e-Book (Effective Java Kindle Edition) was available ever since it was published.
I liked it very much, and even though I did know about Java 8 lambdas, streams, and how much they help you to write clean code in Java, Josh’s advice helped me to fill some gaps.
His chapter on Java 9 modules (Item 15) is also a great introduction to this essential JDK 9 feature, but it doesn’t cover all of them. If you want to learn JDK 9 feature, I suggest you better check **The Complete Java Masterclass **Course by Tim Buchalaka on Udemy.
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Hello guys, after a couple of months of hard work and toils, I am very excited to announce that the pre-order for my new book, Grokking the Spring Boot Interview is now open and you pre-order your copy for a special price of $10.90 on
.Ever since I talked about writing a book on Spring framework and Spring book, I have received a lot of positive response which motivates me to work on this book and I really wish that my books on Java interviews help you to find the Java developer job you always wish for.
If you gave any Java interviews recently then you may know that Java Interviews are notoriously tough to crack. Not because they ask impossible algorithmic questions like Google or Amazon but because of the vast nature of Java API, Frameworks and Libraries.
It’s not enough for you to just know Java and expect that you will be able to clear Java Interviews. In order to crack the Java Programming Interviews, you should also know essential Java frameworks like Spring, Spring Boot, and Hibernate.
In my previous book, Grokking the Java Interview, I touched upon essential core Java topics like Collections, Multithreading, and Java Fundamentals and in this book, I have shared common Spring Framework questions from Job interviews.
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Use Python to write beautiful, solid codebases
Whether you are in data science, web development, or any technical field that requires code design and writing, you must have used Python. Python is one of the most popular and used programming languages at the moment. Python is so popular because of its simple syntax, how easy it’s to learn for new programmers or programmers shifting from other programming languages, and how versatile it is.
Although Python is easy to learn and use, writing good Python code is not as simple. It is a skill that requires writing a lot of code and being able to make it look pretty. Writing beautiful code is what differentiates an amateur programmer from an experienced one.
For your code to be beautiful, it needs to be easy to read and comprehend, lucid, and well balanced. It is a code that’s architecture, structure, and overall shape can tell you its intent without digging deeper into its application. Beautiful code often is divided into solid small pieces, each with its own purpose.
Most programmers can write code and solve problems, but you will stand out within the field if you can write beautiful solid code. In today’s article, I am addressing all levels of programmers; whether you’re a beginner, intermediate or advanced programmer, you can probably improve the quality of your code. This article will go through 5 Python books that focus on improving your code quality rather than teaching you how to code.
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Hello Java programmers, If you are preparing for Java and Spring Interview but wondering which topics and concepts to prepare then you have come to the right place.
In the past, I have shared top Spring MVC interview questions as well best courses to learn Spring and Spring Boot for both beginners and experienced Java developers and in this article, I am going to share 13 essential Spring topics you should prepare for your next Spring Boot interview and resources.
Spring Framework is the most popular and almost a standard framework for developing Java applications, both core java as well as Java web application which runs on servers like Tomcat.
Let’s be honest, cracking a spring Boot interview is not easy because Spring is very vast and hard to master but you can turn the clock in your favor by adopting a strategy to prepare for essential topics and concepts
Like Java, Spring Framework is also very vast and there are several sub-projects like Containers, Core Spring Concepts like IoC and Dependency Injection,Spring MVC, Spring Boot, Spring Data JPA, Spring Cloud, Spring Boot Testing, Spring Security, Spring Boot Actuator, Spring Boot Auto Configuration, Spring AOP, and miscellaneous Spring APIs.
Here is a list of essential Spring FRamework topics you should prepare for your next interview:
**1. **Container, Dependency, and IOC
2. Spring Bean Lifecycle
3. Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP)
**4. **Spring MVC
**5. **Spring Boot Basics
6. Spring Boot Auto Configuration
7. Spring Boot Starter Dependency
**8. **Spring Boot Actuator
9. Spring Boot CLI
10. Spring Boot Testing
11. Spring Cloud Questions
12. Spring Data JPA
13. Spring Security
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I wrote a book on Spring Framework
It’s titled Grokking the Spring Boot Interview, and it covers 13 essential topics to prepare for Spring boot interviews.
it’s available for order now! for just $10.90. You can check it out on Gumroad
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It’s also available on Amazon Kindle, you can check it here.
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_“Good friends, good books, and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” ― _Mark Twain
I hope you’re reading this blog in your pjs looking forward to a rejuvenating and healthy weekend.
I have been working on multiple projects lately, from creating Machine Learing Engineering and Machine Learning Operations courses to developing end-to-end ML systems at scale. And I have realized that often times I am either revisiting a book that I’ve read or I’m referring to a book that I just skimmed through but never got the chance to really read.
This week, I want to share with you the books that I personally feel every ML enthusiast and practitioner should read to get a sense of the breadth of ideas and depth of this field.
It is a short and crisp list covering a majority of ML topics. It should be useful both for beginners getting started and intermediate-level professionals wanting to understand the intricacies of engineering successful ML systems.
So, here we go…
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C#9 adds the concept of init-only properties . These properties can be set when creating the object and become get only once object creation has been completed.
Hello guys, if you are a C/C++ developer and want to learn Java and looking for the best Java books and courses then you have come to the right place. Earlier, I have shared the best Java course and books which are good for everyone but in this article, I am going to share the best books C++ developers can read to learn Java.
In the last 2 decades, many Java programmers started programming with C and C++, but the situation is changed now, you have more choices like you can choose Python, or you can even start with Java.
It seems Academia prefers Python in the USA and Java in India, but there are still many programmers who know C and C++ and want to learn Java for one or other reasons.
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Historically, my mental model for “accessible” websites could be summed up as follows: “use semantic HTML and don’t remove form control outlines.” I always knew this mental model was lacking detail; but, I didn’t realized just how sub-par it actually was until I read Inclusive Components: Accessible Web Interfaces, Piece by Piece by Heydon Pickering. This book was truly eye-opening (in an tragically shameful way). It really showed me just how little I understand about other people’s experiences; and, about how to construct applications with accessibility and equity in mind. I highly recommend this book for anyone who needs a wake-up call!
To be honest, I actually purchased and first started to read Inclusive Components back in May of 2020 (7 months ago). But, I immediately became overwhelmed by the content and had to put it down. If you haven’t thought about accessibility before, this book is a lot to absorb. All of the visual cues that I’m used to working with have to be completely re-imagined for accessibility; and, done so in a way that doesn’t negate the existing experience.