Baby Git + Coding Essentials eBook Bundle20% bundle savings!
This is an eBook bundle offer for the Baby Git Guidebook for Developers and the Coding Essentials Guidebook for Developers.
Baby Bitcoin Guidebook for Developers10% off through 06/01/21
The Baby Bitcoin Guidebook for Developers delves into the original version (initial commit) of Bitcoin's C++ code to help curious developers learn how the decentralized cryptocurrency works under the hood. Bitcoin's original codebase comprises 26 files containing approximately 20,000 lines of code. We picked out the most important files, classes, and methods that form the core of Bitcoin's functionality. We documented this code line by line and break it down in this guidebook so that beginner and intermediate developers can wrap their heads around it. If you're curious about the inner workings of the king of cryptocurrencies, this guidebook is for you.
Coding Essentials Guidebook for Developers
The Coding Essentials Guidebook for Developers provides an overview of the core topics and tools that you'll need for a well-rounded introduction to software development. Most 'learn to code' books and courses provide a deep dive into a single programming language or development tool. The problem is that a solid base in software development requires a view of the big picture, not just one or two pieces. The Coding Essentials Guidebook for Developers is a set of accessible chapters that each cover a core programming concept, language, or tool. The book assumes you have no prior development experience. Whether you want to learn coding and development as a hobby or for a career, this book will kick start your journey.
Baby Git Guidebook for Developers
The Baby Git Guidebook for Developers accompanies the Baby Git project created by Jacob Stopak. Baby Git refers to the very first version of the Git codebase written by Linus Torvalds (the creator of Linux) in 2005. Baby Git is written in the C programming language and consists of about 1,000 lines of code and a total of 7 commands, and they actually work. The simplicity and 'smallness' of the code make Baby Git the perfect codebase for you to study to learn how the code works. The fact that one of the most popular and useful tools in software development history is so simple to understand directly from its initial code is an amazing thing. This guidebook makes the learning experience even easier, by delving into Git's original C code in detail to help you learn what makes Git tick.
Git Essentials: Developer's Guide to Git, (by stackabuse.com)21% off through 01/15/21
Git Essentials: Developer's Guide to Git is a book for for all developers, beginner to advanced, and written to get you up to speed with the world's most popular version control system. This book assumes no prior experience with Git, it applies to any operating system, and will work with any source files that can be version controlled. It covers almost everything you need to know, from why version control systems are considered fundamental tools to the basics of Git to advanced operations and best practices. The book also includes a printable PDF cheat sheet to encapsulate all of that content in an easy-to-lookup list of common commands, tasks, and errors you'll encounter in your day-to-day work.
Getting Started with Amazon Web Services in Node, (by stackabuse.com)
Getting Started with Amazon Web Services in Node.js is a beginner to intermediate focused book on provisioning, deploying, and running Node.js applications in the AWS cloud. By the end of this book, you'll be able to provision scalable AWS-integrated Node.js applications, either via the web-based GUI or via the command line and SDK. With the solid foundation given in this book, you can then go on to pick up and start working with any of the other services offered by the most popular cloud service. Each chapter will feature an introduction to the topic and a problem that the relevant service solves, followed by a setup and a demo application.
Data Visualization in Python, (by stackabuse.com)
Data Visualization in Python, a book for beginner to intermediate Python developers, will guide you through simple data manipulation with Pandas, cover core plotting libraries like Matplotlib and Seaborn, and show you how to take advantage of declarative and experimental libraries like Altair. Before diving too deep into the libraries themselves, we'll help you gain a better understanding of how the landscape of Python’s visualization libraries breaks down. To put that another way, it’s helpful to understand how the different Python libraries are designed and related to one another. Understanding how the different libraries operate will help you choose the best library for your visualization project.
Initial Commit CMS
Initial Commit CMS (Content Management System) is a website hosting service on our custom platform. Yes, we host our own website on it! For a small monthly fee, we host your website and provide the tools for you to build your content. All you need to do is point your domain to us, and we handle the rest. The platform currently includes the ability to customize your pages via content blocks and appearance settings, upload images, build out a blog, add products to a store, configure Google Analytics tracking, Google AdSense, Amazon Affiliate linking, integrate social media accounts, optimized on-page SEO, and more. We are adding new features every day based on client recommendations. We will personally help you get started with on-boarding Zoom sessions as needed.
Two Hour Live Coding Session25% off through 12/31/20
This is a two hour screen sharing session with Jacob Stopak, the creator of Initial Commit. This will be a 1-on-1 conversation that we can take in many directions, depending on what would add the most value for YOU! I'm happy to answer any general questions you may have about coding and software development. I can do a live demo of different programming languages and tools, depending on what you are most interested in. We can even work together to install and configure some of the required programs on your computer. If you already have some code you are working on, I can help troubleshoot any bugs or issues you may be stuck on. I'm also available to provide suggestions and best practices for specific projects.
Ask A Dev
This is a general programming live support service for developers of all skill levels. If you have any programming question at all, or are stuck on a particular issue that you'd like help with, give us a ring between 10 AM - 5 PM PST, 7 days a week. Pricing is $10 per question or $65 per hour of live troubleshooting.