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Jason Rivera is a SharePoint architect, developer, and consultant in Philadelphia. Specializing in SharePoint and Microsoft 365 solution architecture, he plans and implements tailored solutions with the goal of enhancing communication, productivity, and collaboration. Jason has over a decade of experience in designing and implementing business solutions that integrate with line of business systems to achieve each customer's unique goals. His work has taken him from the DC area to New York, working with companies in various industries from local small businesses to global corporations.
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By Richard Rose
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Rich loves building things in the cloud and tinkering with different technologies. Lately this involves either Kubernetes or Serverless. Based in the UK, he enjoys attending (Ya remember that!) technical conferences and speaking to other people about new technologies. When he's not working, he likes spending time with his family, playing the guitar and riding his mountain bike. To improve his development skills he has also started writing smaller utility applications to simplify the more repetitive tasks (e.g. image manipulation, text manipulation, studying for certifications). Rich is also the author of Hands-On Serverless Computing with Google Cloud.
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By David Kopec
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David Kopec  is an assistant professor of computer science and innovation at Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont. He is an experienced iOS developer and the author of Dart for Absolute Beginners.
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By Doug Lowe
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With  Java All-in-One For Dummies , you get 8 books in one, for the most well-rounded Java knowledge on the market. Updated for Java 19, this book includes all the major changes to the programming language, so you won’t fall behind. Start by learning the basics of Java—you can do it, even if you’ve never written a line of code in your life. Then go in-depth, with all the info you need on object-oriented programming, Java FX, Java web development, and beyond. Grab a hot cup of java and settle in to learn some Java, with friendly For Dummies guidance!
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By Amy Lupold Bair
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If you’re looking for a complete guide to creating and solidifying your place in the blogosphere, you’ve come to the right place! With 8 books in one,  Blogging All-in-One For Dummies  is the only resource you’ll need to get started or to improve your existing blog. Learn about the most popular blogging platforms, creating content worth reading, and methods for driving traffic to your blog. Cut through the confusion and find the facts about monetizing your blog, using the best blogging tools for you, and increasing reader engagement to become an active, successful member of the blogging community. You're ready to start blogging, so let Dummies show you the way!
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By Manu Sharma
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Starting with the basics, the book will assist any programmer and developer and those who deal with NodeJS, PHP, Python and React Native in setting up their working environment with MongoDB. Various full-stack configurations of libraries and frameworks for mobile and web applications are covered in length in this book. REST API, CRUD operations are also explained in a detailed manner. The skills you learn to use PHP, ExpressJS, NodeJS, Python and React Native become increasingly solid as time goes on.
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By Joe Biron, Jonathan Follett
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If you want to make the most of the IoT for your business, but don’t quite know where to start, then you’ve come to the right place. This short guide introduces you to the high-level concepts, components, and patterns for any type of IoT solution. Authors Joe Biron and Jonathan Follett take you through the technology and architecture, so that technologists like you can dispel misconceptions within your organization and assess the real opportunities for advancing your business with the IoT.
By Bryan Sills, Brian Gardner, Kristin Marsicano, And Chris Stewart
Bryan Sills  is an Android developer and instructor at Big Nerd Ranch. He enjoys breaking down complex topics into teachable bites. He is an avid Chicago music fan and is often spotted biking around the city. Brian Gardner  is a senior Android developer at CashApp and a former Big Nerd Ranch instructor. Always looking for something to learn, you can find him digging into the newest Android libraries, learning to draw, baking, and traveling.
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Dan Ward  is a full-stack developer and web technology consultant who has a number of years of experience working on mobile applications with React Native, and developing web applications with React, Vue, and Angular. He's also a co-founder at gitconnected, and co-editor at the associated Medium publication. His professional interests include React Native development, modern web development, and technical writing. He also has a BA in English Literature from Florida State University.
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By David Greenhalgh,Josh Skeen, Andrew Bailey
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Kotlin is a statically typed programming language designed to interoperate with Java and fully supported by Google on the Android operating system. It is also a multiplatform language that can be used to write code that can be shared across platforms including macOS, iOS, Windows, and JavaScript.
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Key Features Discover the new features of Python, such as dictionary merge, the zoneinfo module, and structural pattern matching Create manageable code to run in various environments with different sets of dependencies Implement effective Python data structures and algorithms to write, test, and optimize code
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Karen Lang  worked for several years as a software engineer before deciding education was her true calling. She spent twenty years teaching computer science, and has worked as education manager for MIT App Inventor since 2015, developing tutorials and curriculum and doing outreach to teachers and students. For five years, she also served on the board of directors for the Computer Science Teachers Association.
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