Linux Phrasebook is sure to become the pocket guide that you keep within reach at all times. This concise, handy reference can be used “in the street,” just like a language phrasebook. Skipping the usual tutorial on Linux, the Linux Phrasebook goes straight to practical Linux uses, providing immediate applicable solutions for day-to-day tasks. It includes code phrases that allow Linux users to employ the command line to complete onerous and repetitive tasks, as well as flexible code and commands can be customized to meet the needs of any Linux user. The concise information combined with random accessibility makes the Linux Phrasebook a robust, yet agile, reference guide that no Linux user should be without.
As scientific and engineering projects grow larger and more complex, it is increasingly likely that those projects will be written in C++. With embedded hardware growing more powerful, much of its software is moving to C++, too. Mastering C++ gives you strong skills for programming at nearly every level, from “close to the hardware” to the highest-level abstractions. In short, C++ is a language that scientific and technical practitioners need to know. Continue reading “Discovering Modern C++: An Intensive Course for Scientists, Engineers, and Programmers (C++ In-Depth)”
The Practical Guide to Running Docker on Linux Systems or Cloud Environments
Whether on your laptop or a remote cloud, Docker can transform how you create, test, deploy, and manage your most critical applications. In Docker Containers , Christopher Negus helps you master Docker containerization from the ground up. Continue reading “Docker Containers: Build and Deploy with Kubernetes, Flannel, Cockpit, and Atomic”