Multiplayer Game Programming By Andre LaMothe

2001 | 850 Pages | ISBN: 0761532986 | PDF | 20 MB

Multiplayer Game Programming enables you to write your own completely Internet-ready video games using DirectX and/or sockets. This book reveals techniques and secrets of online gaming technology and teaches you the skills necessary to get involved in the video game industry. This book is perfect for hobbyist programmers who want to learn how to write online video games, software programmers wanting to move to online game programming, and the millions of video game players who want to learn about the technologies used in online video games.
Robert Varkonyi, “Drupal Rules How-To”

2012 | ISBN: 1849519986 | 74 pages | PDF, EPUB | 6,4 MB

Discover the power of the Rules framework to turn your Drupal 7 installation into an action-based, interactive application
Chetan K Jain, “jQuery Mobile Cookbook”

2012 | ISBN: 1849517223 | 320 pages | PDF, EPUB | 12,8 MB

Over 80 recipes with examples and practical tips to help you quickly learn and develop cross-platform applications with jQuery Mobile
Adam Watson, “Learning Modernizr”

2012 | ISBN: 1782160221 | 118 pages | PDF, EPUB | 5,8 MB

Create forward-compatible websites using feature detection features of Modernizr
Ronald P. S. Mahler, “Statistical Multisource-Multitarget Information Fusion”

2007 | ISBN: 1596930926 | 882 pages | PDF | 7 MB
Nathan Yau, “Visualize This: The FlowingData Guide to Design, Visualization, and Statistics”

2011 | ISBN: 0470944889 | 384 pages | EPUB | 20 MB
Christer Kaitila, “Adobe Flash 11 Stage3D (Molehill) Game Programming Beginner’s Guide”

2012 | ISBN: 1849691681 | 412 pages | PDF | 7 MB
Guojun Gan, ?Chaoqun Ma, ?Jianhong Wu, “Data Clustering: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications”

2007 | ISBN: 0898716233 | 466 pages | PDF | 5,7 MB
Richard Bird, “Pearls of Functional Algorithm Design”

2011 | ISBN: 0521513383 | 290 pages | PDF | 1 MB

Richard Bird takes a radically new approach to algorithm design, namely, design by calculation. These 30 short chapters each deal with a particular programming problem drawn from sources as diverse as games and puzzles, intriguing combinatorial tasks, and more familiar areas such as data compression and string matching. Each pearl starts with the statement of the problem expressed using the functional programming language Haskell, a powerful yet succinct language for capturing algorithmic ideas clearly and simply.
Ian Gorton and Deborah K. Gracio, “Data-Intensive Computing: Architectures, Algorithms, and Applications”

English | ISBN: 0521191955 | 2013 | 297 pages | PDF | 6 MB
High Performance MySQL - Baron Schwartz

2008 | 2nd edition | ISBN: 0596101716 | PDF | 712 pages | 5.6 Mb
Pro PHP Refactoring By Francesco Trucchia, Jacopo Romei

2010 | 360 Pages | ISBN: 1430227273 | PDF | 4 MB

Many businesses and organizations depend on older high-value PHP software that risks abandonment because it is impossible to maintain. The reasons for this may be that the software is not well designed; there is only one developer (the one who created the system) who can develop it because he didn’t use common design patterns and documentation; or the code is procedural, not object oriented. With this book, you’ll learn to identify problem code and refactor it to create more effective applications using test-driven design.
Office and SharePoint 2010 User’s Guide: Integrating SharePoint with Excel, Outlook, Access and Word By Michael Antonovich

2010 | 752 Pages | ISBN: 1430227605 | PDF | 20 MB
Pro Python By Marty Alchin

2010 | 368 Pages | ISBN: 1430227575 | PDF | 3 MB

You’ve learned the basics of Python, but how do you take your skills to the next stage? Even if you know enough to be productive, there are a number of features that can take you to the next level in Python. Pro Python explores concepts and features normally left to experimentation, allowing you to be even more productive and creative.
James Jeffers, ?James Reinders, “Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessor High Performance Programming”

2013 | ISBN: 0124104142 | PDF | 432 pages | 15 MB

Authors Jim Jeffers and James Reinders spent two years helping educate customers about the prototype and pre-production hardware before Intel introduced the first Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor. They have distilled their own experiences coupled with insights from many expert customers, Intel Field Engineers, Application Engineers and Technical Consulting Engineers, to create this authoritative first book on the essentials of programming for this new architecture and these new products.