Hunting the (Cyber)Hunters

Cyber threats are constantly multiplying and evolving, and a good defense isn’t good enough anymore. The safest approach to cyber threats is to hunt them down before they do damage, rather than reactively waiting for them to be uncovered.

Learn to Build a Microservices App Today!

This book jumps right into building microservices, giving you just enough knowledge to build, while not getting mired in theory.

Policies and Procedures for Secure Access

From AWS Security by Dylan Shields

This article deals with securing access to your AWS account.

How Vulnerable Are Mobile Networks and Devices?

From Making Sense of Cyber Security by Thomas Kranz

It’s easy to forget that phones are powerful computers in their own right, vulnerable to the same threats as laptops or desktops. Mobile networks also contain many vulnerabilities that attackers can leverage. This article gives an overview of how mobile networks communicate with mobile devices and the threats therein.

Fault Tolerance in Akka

From Akka in Action, Second Edition by Francisco Lopez-Sancho  This article discusses fault tolerance. Take 35% off Akka in Action, Second Edition by entering fccabraham2 into the discount code box at checkout at What fault tolerance is (and what… Continue Reading →

SQL for All!

From Learn SQL in a Month of Lunches by Jeff Iannucci

Need to learn SQL for a job (or just for fun)? This book will have you querying databases like a pro in no time—no programming experience required!

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Async Streams in C#

From Functional Programming in C#, Second Ed. By Enrico Buonanno

This article discusses Async streams and their use/implementation in C#.

Learning C# by Doing Tiny Projects

With Tiny C# Projects by Denis Panjuta and Jafar Jabbarzadeh

Want to learn C#? There’s no better way to learn than by practical application. This book teaches C# via fun, real-world projects. You’ll be writing C# in no time!

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Teaching Kids Coding with Python Projects

With Let’s Talk Python by Pavel Anni

Is your kid (or grandkid/niece/nephew/etc.) interested in coding? Do you want to help them learn (and learn a bit yourself)? This book will help you do it!

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The Guide to Go

From Go in Action, Second Edition by William Kennedy and Andrew Walker

This book will help you master Go language fundamentals, learn how to structure Go projects effectively, and deliver high-performance code using Go’s powerful concurrency model.

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