Coding all-in-one / by Nikhil Abraham, Andy Harris, Eva Holland, Joris Meys, Luca Massaron, Chris Minnick, John Paul Mueller, and Andrie de Vries
Book | John Wiley & Sons, Inc. | 2017
Available at Gateway-Racine Campus General Collection (QA 76.6 A2.573 2017)
xxi, 755 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Book 1: Getting Started with Coding
Ch.1 What Is Coding?
Ch.2 Programming for the Web
Ch.3 Becoming a Programmer
Book 2: Career Building with Coding
Ch.1 Exploring Coding Career Paths
Ch.2 Exploring Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees
Ch.3 Training on the Job
Ch.4 Coding Career Myths
Book 3: Basic Web Coding
Ch.1 Exploring Basic HTML
Ch.2 Getting More Out of HTML
Ch.3 Getting Stylish with CSS
Ch.4 Next Steps with CSS
Ch.5 Building Floating Page Layouts
Ch.6 Using Alternative Positioning
Book 4: Advanced Web Coding
Ch.1 Working Faster with Twitter Bootstrap
Ch.3 Understanding Callbacks and Closures
Book 5: Creating Web Applications
Ch.1 Building Your Own App
Ch.2 Researching Your First Web Application
Ch.3 Coding and Debugging Your First Web Application
Book 6: Selecting Data Analysis Tools
Ch.1 Wrapping Your Head around Python
Ch.2 Installing a Python Distribution
Ch.3 Working with Real Data
Book 7: Evaluating Data
Ch.1 Conditioning Your Data
Ch.2 Shaping Data
Ch.3 Getting a Crash Course in MatPlotLib
Ch.4 Visualizing the Data
Ch.5 Exploring Data Analysis
Ch.6 Exploring Four Simple and Effective Algorithms
Book 8: Essentials of Machine Learning
Ch.1 Introducing How Machines Learn
Ch.2 Demystifying the Math behind Machine Learning
Ch.3 Descending the Right Curve
Ch.4 Validating Machine Learning
Book 9: Applying Machine Learning
Ch.1 Starting with Simple Learners
Ch.2 Leveraging Similarity
Ch.3 Hitting Complexity with Neural Networks
Ch.4 Resorting to Ensembles of Learners
Ch.5 Real-World Applications
Gives you an ideal place to start when you're ready to add this valuable asset to your professional repertoire. Whether you need to learn how coding works to build a web page or an application or see how coding drives the data revolution, this resource introduces the languages and processes you'll need to know. Peek inside to quickly learn the basics of simple web languages, then move on to start thinking like a professional coder and using languages that power big applications. Take a look inside for the steps to get started with updating a website, creating the next great mobile app, or exploring the world of data science. Whether you're looking for a complete beginner's guide or a trusted resource for when you encounter problems with coding, there's something for you! --Publisher's description.
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Harris, Andrew, 1964- author.
Holland, Eva, author.
Meys, Joris, author.
Massaron, Luca, author.
Minnick, Chris, author.
Mueller, John, 1958- author.
De Vries, Andrie, author.
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