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The Second Internet: Reinventing Computer Networking with IPv6

This book helps engineers build a bridge from what they know of IPv4 to the new concepts of IPv6. Includes a series of very detailed labs that can be done with generic PCs and open source software, to create a full featured IPv6 testbed network.

SQL Server Transaction Log Management

This book offers just the right level of detail so that every DBA can perform all of the most important aspects of transaction log management.

Math in Society, Edition 2.4
Math in Society, Edition 2.4 Sented by Michael

This book is an exploration of the wide world of mathematics, with interesting applications to everyday life. It highlights algorithmic, graphical, algebraic, statistical, and analytic approaches to solving problems.

College Algebra - Version [π] Corrected Edition

An introductory text for a college algebra survey course. The material is presented at a level intended to prepare students for Calculus while also giving them relevant mathematical skills that can be used in other classes.

Programming Fundamentals: A Modular Structured Approach Using C++

The approach of this text is to take learners through a progression of materials in order to develop skills of modular, structured programming. The text was written, for the most part, without consideration of a specific programming language.

Notes on Diffy Qs: Differential Equations for Engineers

An introductory course on differential equations aimed at engineers. The book covers first order ODEs, higher order linear ODEs, systems of ODEs, Fourier series and PDEs, eigenvalue problems, the Laplace transform, and power series methods.

Don't Panic: Mobile Developer's Guide to The Galaxy, 17th Edition

More than 20 writers from the mobile community share their know-how in dealing with topics such as accessibility in mobile apps, UX design, mobile analytics, prototyping, cross-platform development, native development, mobile web and app marketing.

Online Privacy for Journalists

A must-have guide for journalism in 2017. Topics include how to protect your source and sensitive data, maintaining your anonymity online, and securing your emails.

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