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Free Books on Statistical Learning

Hastie, Tib­shi­rani and Friedman’s Ele­ments of Sta­tis­ti­cal Learn­ing first appeared in 2001 and is already a clas­sic. It is my...

0 replies - 7492 views - 02/22/14 by Rob J Hyndman in Articles

Book Review: Practical Data Analysis

Many people have drawn Venn diagrams to locate machine learning and related ideas in the intellectual landscape. Drew Conway’s diagram may have been the...

0 replies - 2377 views - 12/13/13 by John Cook in Articles

Getting Started with Data

A regular question I get asked is “What materials would you recommend for someone just getting started in a more data oriented job?” In this blog post...

0 replies - 3209 views - 10/01/13 by Justin Bozonier in Articles

My Favorite Books for Advanced Java Developers

The idea for my last blog post (my ten favorite online resources for advanced Java developers), was inspired by the Xiaoran...

0 replies - 8152 views - 09/26/13 by Dustin Marx in Articles

Top 10 Books for Advanced-level Java Developers

Java is one of the most popular programming language nowadays. There are plenty of books for beginners. But to those who have programmed with Java for a while,...

11 replies - 60060 views - 09/05/13 by Ryan Wang in Articles

Review: Implementing Domain-Driven Design

Given the size of the fields and its multiple levels of application (tactical and strategic) there is a shortage of books on Domain-Driven Design. So when I...

0 replies - 6384 views - 07/31/13 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles

Books: Programming the Rasberry Pi: Getting Started with Python

I just finished reading Programming Raspberry Pi: Getting Started with Python. I really liked it! Actually, it was really quite amazing at how much ground...

0 replies - 4187 views - 07/18/13 by Shannon Behrens in Articles

Book Review: Hadoop – Beginner's Guide

In this post I'm going to review the book “Hadoop – Beginner's Guide” by Gary Turkington. In the interest of full disclosure, while I received a free...

0 replies - 3354 views - 06/01/13 by Bill Bejeck in Articles

Review: "Arquillian Testing Guide" by John D. Ament

I've been involved with the Arquillian project since some time now. After I received the JBoss Community Leader Award for my work with the Arquillian...

0 replies - 2091 views - 05/31/13 by Markus Eisele in Articles

Books Our Developers Should Read

Republished from with the permission of my co-author, Morten Berg, and later updated. There are a few books that every developer in Iterate...

0 replies - 3416 views - 03/19/13 by Jakub Holý in Articles

Experiences with the book club

Once a week, or anyway at periodical intervals, my whole team participates in a meeting to discuss a chapter of a technical book, or a rather long article,...

0 replies - 4585 views - 02/07/13 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles

The 12 Best Books I Read in 2012

What would we do without “Best Of” lists at the end of the year? I have been playing World of Goo because I found it on a list of Best Android Games. Soon...

80 replies - 21170 views - 01/23/13 by Jurgen Appelo in Articles

Book Review: The Phoenix Project

I am not going to do a ton of book reviews on this blog (I have one more planned for next month). I’ll only bother posting reviews of books that I believe...

0 replies - 2669 views - 01/18/13 by Jez Humble in Articles

10 Books To Make You Smarter (And A Better Worker)

Ten of the best books from the Deathray Research bibliography. Guaranteed to make you smarter about software engineering and the world. Inspired by the...

0 replies - 37212 views - 07/16/12 by Larry White in Articles

The DevOps Reading List: 10 Books & Blogs You Should Be Reading

When you’re doing research and planning application development, it’s always useful to learn from the stories and experience of your peers. Your...

2 replies - 15449 views - 06/25/12 by Brian Whalley in Articles

Core JavaServer Faces (3rd Edition) - A Review

0 replies - 3224 views - 11/14/11 by Manuel Jordan in Book Reviews

Ask DZ: What Book Do You Think Every Programmer Should Read?

Do you ever think about all the great books for programmers, and then form your opinion on the one book that every programmer should read?  Maybe a...

18 replies - 16715 views - 10/31/11 by John Esposito in Articles

Pro JPA 2 Mastering the Java Persistence API

0 replies - 5095 views - 09/30/11 by Manuel Jordan in Book Reviews

Lucene in Action, Second Edition: Covers Apache Lucene 3.0

0 replies - 5056 views - 08/21/11 by Manuel Jordan in Book Reviews

The Kindle is ready for programmers

Disclaimer: I am in no way affiliated with Amazon. I recently received a Kindle as a gift and substituted my ebook reader with it. In this article I talk about...

14 replies - 29367 views - 05/31/11 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles