Who doesn’t want to be virtually (literally) bulletproof? With this bundle of ebooks from Pakt, you can be! For only $18, you can hoard $664 worth of ebooks on security – and then some.
New to programming? It’s never too late to start to learn. With Head First Programming by O’Reilly – a collection of ebooks – you can get a headstart on learning how to program.
Learn programming fundamentals with this book bundle from Mercury Learning and Humble Bundle. For as little as $1, you can start dipping your toes in the programming world. If you are a veteran, then you might want to give these books to your kids. Start ’em young. ;)
The general public is enamored with hackers and the amazing stuff they can do. The entertainment industry has a lot to do with this, with flying fingers and clacking keyboards being a staple. You probably know, though, that hacking is not always as simple and glamorous as Hollywood would have us believe. It is learned. […]
They say that a programmer is a machine capable of turning copious amounts of coffee into code. If that’s you, and you’re wanting to up your Java programming game, then you won’t want to miss the O’Reilly Java Programming Bundle.
Certifications may only be paper (or 1s and 0s), but they do increase your credibility with clients and employers. Plus, you actually learn something! If you’re looking to get certified on AWS, Azure, Google, and Cloud Security, this book bundle from Wiley has got your back.
This one’s for beginners who would like to learn how to code without getting overwhelmed from the get-go. Or, if you’ve already got mad coding skills and you want to share your knowledge and love with someone else, this book bundle would be a perfect gift for the holidays: Learn to Code the Fun Way […]
Time to work on your professional improvement for as low as $1! The Humble Book Bundle: Data & AI by O’Reilly has just launched, and for a mere buck, you get a bunch of titles that will boost your programming knowledge.
UPDATED AUGUST 2020 You may already know that I read a lot and of course, being a designer and a blogger there are many design blogs that I follow and read on a regular basis, but there’s also a lot of books about design, usability, typography, CSS, freelancing and a boatload of other related topics […]