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  • -SQL Window Functions: For data analysis and beyond (2e)

     
    Title type
    Book
    $59.99
     
    Use window functions to write simpler, better, more efficient T-SQL queries Most T-SQL developers recognize the value of window functions for data analysis calculations. But they can do far more, and recent optimizations make them even more powerful. In T-SQL Window Functions, renowned T-SQL expert... Read more >
     

  • CompTIA Linux+ XK0-004 Cert Guide (2e)

     
    Title type
    Book + Access Code
    $89.99
     
    The CompTIA Linux+ XK0-004 Cert Guide has a single goal: to help students pass the new version of the CompTIA Linux+ exam. The most comprehensive and time-efficient Linux+ study guide available, it's an extraordinarily cost-effective alternative to expensive training: a perfect resource for all Linu... Read more >
     

  • Effective Python: 90 Specific Ways to Write Better Python (2e)

     
    Title type
    Book
    $68.99
     
    When people first learn Python they immediately feel empowered to write code to accomplish the task at hand. But Python has unique strengths and charms that can be hard to grasp. Programmers from other languages often approach Python from a limited mindset instead of embracing its full expressivity.... Read more >
     

  • JavaScript Absolute Beginner's Guide (2e)

     
    Title type
    Book
    $44.99
     
    JavaScript Absolute Beginner's Guide serves as an easy-to-understand tutorial on both scripting basics and JavaScript itself. The book is written in a clear and very personable style with an extensive use of practical, complete examples. The book is filled with large, full-color illustrations and al... Read more >
     

  • Managing the Unmanageable (2e)

     
    Title type
    Book
    $59.99
     
    Even today, many software projects still run catastrophically over schedule and budget; some organizations simply conclude that software development can’t be managed well. But it can -- and it starts with people. In their eagerly awaited, extensively updated Managing the Unmanageable, Second E... Read more >
     

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