Joshua on July 28th, 2011

 As part of O’Reilly’s Cookbok series, the Arduino Cookbook offers a wide selection of recipes for solving a variety of “problems” you might run into when programming the Arduino series of micro-controllers.  The recipes range from basics like connecting your Arduino to a Mac or PC and formatting your code to more advanced topics like controlling arrays […]

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Gamestorming sets out to change the way knowledge workers use meetings to gather ideas, come to a decision and move their project forward. It starts by presenting a set of tools, both physical objects and techniques, that can then be combined in a number of ways to help groups of people work together to solve […]

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Joshua on March 12th, 2011

Programming Python, 4th Edition by Mark Lutz continues to be an excellent book for Python programmers of all levels. If you are new to Python you definitely want to start with Learning Python or some other introductory book. Once you are familiar with the basics Programming Python should be your next step.  While the author […]

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Joshua on February 15th, 2011

SQL Pocket Guide is exactly that, a small guide to most things SQL. You won’t find a lot of background or extraneous content. Instead you’ll get good examples of SQL syntax for nearly every SQL command supported by PostgreSQL, MySQL, Oracle, DB2 and Microsoft SQL Server. I’ve been using this book daily at work, and […]

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