Lean Mobile App Development Apply Lean startup methodologies to develop successful iOS and Android apps


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Lean Mobile App Development: Apply Lean startup methodologies to develop successful iOS and Android apps by Mike van Drongelen, Adam Dennis, Richard Garabedian, Alberto Gonzalez, Aravind Krishnaswamy
Social Network Analysis with Applications by Ian McCulloh and Helen Armstrong
Object-oriented vs. functional programming By Richard Warburton
Amazon Web Services in Action, 2 edition by Andreas Wittig and Michael Wittig
Study Guide for 1Z0-460: Oracle Linux 6 Implementation Essentials: Oracle Certification Prep by Matthew Morris

Lean Mobile App Development: Apply Lean startup methodologies to develop successful iOS and Android apps by Mike van Drongelen, Adam Dennis, Richard Garabedian, Alberto Gonzalez, Aravind Krishnaswamy

English | December 18th, 2017 | ISBN: 1786467046 | 378 Pages | EPUB (True/HQ) | 17.42 MB

Develop lean iOS and Android apps using industry standard techniques and lean development practices.
About This Book
• Build ready-to-deploy apps with less iterations and shorter development times
• Adopt the lean startup methodologies to develop iOS and Android apps that shine in the App Store
• This hands-on guide puts continuous innovation into practice to develop successful mobile apps
Who This Book Is For
This book is for developers, CTOs, and architects working for a startup or another kind of lean startup environment, such as start-up within a cooperation. It is is ideal for any iOS and Android developer who wants to build successful mobile apps by adopting the lean startup methodology.
What You Will Learn
• Apply the lean startup methodology to real Android and iOS development
• Define what your hypotheses are by creating an Minimal Viable Product
• Validate your idea against the Business Model Canvas
• Gather feedback through statistics and by getting user comments, learn from it, and adapt your app accordingly
• Develop skills and devise strategies to build versatile and flexible apps that meet changing business requirements
• Investigate the possibilities when you need to pivot your start-up idea whether in a startup or an established business.
• Create a successful app and get tips on how to boostconversion and how to optimize the on boardingprocess.
In Detail
Lean is the ultimate methodology for creating a startup that succeeds. Sounds great from a theoretical point of view, but what does that mean for you as an a technical co-founder or mobile developer?
By applying the Lean Start-up methodology to your mobile App development, it will become so much easier to build apps that take Google Play or the App Store by storm. This book shows you how to bring together smarter business processes with technical know-how.
It makes no sense to develop a brilliant app for six months or longer only to find out later that nobody is interested in it. Build a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) first. Validate your hypotheses early and often. Discover effective product development strategies that let you put Facebook’s famous axiom “move fast and break things” into practice.
A great app without visibility and marketing clout is nothing, so use this book to market your app, making use of effective metrics that help you track and iterate all aspects of project performance.
Style and approach
This book takes a hands-on approach to developing apps through the Lean Start-up Methodology. Following a 50% business and 50% tech approach, this book is filled with practical examples and real-world experiments.

Social Network Analysis with Applications by Ian McCulloh and Helen Armstrong

English | 2013 | ISBN: 1118169476 | 320 pages | EPUB | 17 MB

A comprehensive introduction to social network analysis that hones in on basic centrality measures, social links, subgroup analysis, data sources, and more
Written by military, industry, and business professionals, this book introduces readers to social network analysis, the new and emerging topic that has recently become of significant use for industry, management, law enforcement, and military practitioners for identifying both vulnerabilities and opportunities in collaborative networked organizations.
Focusing on models and methods for the analysis of organizational risk, Social Network Analysis with Applications provides easily accessible, yet comprehensive coverage of network basics, centrality measures, social link theory, subgroup analysis, relational algebra, data sources, and more. Examples of mathematical calculations and formulas for social network measures are also included.
Along with practice problems and exercises, this easily accessible book covers:
The basic concepts of networks, nodes, links, adjacency matrices, and graphs
Mathematical calculations and exercises for centrality, the basic measures of degree, betweenness, closeness, and eigenvector centralities
Graph-level measures, with a special focus on both the visual and numerical analysis of networks
Matrix algebra, outlining basic concepts such as matrix addition, subtraction, multiplication, and transpose and inverse calculations in linear algebra that are useful for developing networks from relational data
Meta-networks and relational algebra, social links, diffusion through networks, subgroup analysis, and more
An excellent resource for practitioners in industry, management, law enforcement, and military intelligence who wish to learn and apply social network analysis to their respective fields, Social Network Analysis with Applications is also an ideal text for upper-level undergraduate and graduate level courses and workshops on the subject.

Object-oriented vs. functional programming By Richard Warburton

English | 2016 | ISBN: 1491933429 | PDF | 50 pages | 1.5 Mb
Programming

Functional programming is about a thought process. It’s not necessarily the case that you need a new language in order to program in a functional style. Some language features often help though. The introduction of lambda expressions in Java 8 makes it a language more suited to functional programming.
Other languages such as Scala or Haskell take functional ideas further. Scala offers a mix of both functional and object-oriented programming facilities, whilst Haskell focuses purely on functional programming. It’s well worth exploring these languages and seeing what set of language features you find useful in your problem domain. However, there’s no need to necessarily move to Scala or Haskell thinking that they’re the only way to program in a functional style.

Amazon Web Services in Action, 2 edition by Andreas Wittig and Michael Wittig

English | 2018 | ISBN: 1617295116 | 550 pages | PDF + EPUB | 40 + 23 MB

Fully updated to include the latest revisions and updates to AWS; this new edition also offers three new chapters covering the latest additions to the AWS platform: serverless infrastructure automation with AWS Lambda, sharing data volumes between machines with EFS, and caching data in memory with ElastiCache!
Amazon Web Services in Action, Second Edition is a comprehensive introduction to computing, storing, and networking in the AWS cloud. Readers will find clear, relevant coverage of all the essential AWS services they need to know, emphasizing best practices for security, high availability and scalability.

Study Guide for 1Z0-460: Oracle Linux 6 Implementation Essentials: Oracle Certification Prep by Matthew Morris

English | October 4, 2013 | ISBN: 1492895601 | 176 pages | AZW3 | 2.47 MB

This Study Guide is targeted at IT professionals who are working towards becoming an Oracle Linux 6 Certified Implementation Specialist. The book provides information covering all of the exam topics for the Oracle certification exam: “1Z0-460: Oracle Linux 6 Implementation Essentials”. The books in the Oracle Certification Prep series are built in lockstep with the test topics provided by Oracle Education’s certification program. Each book is intended to provide the information that will be tested in a clean and concise format. The guides introduce the subject you’ll be tested on, follow that with the information you’ll need to know for it, and then move on to the next topic. They contain no drills or unrealistic self-tests to bump the page count without adding value. The series is intended to provide a concentrated source of exam information that is compact enough to be read through multiple times. This series is ideal for experienced Oracle professionals that are familiar with the topic being tested, but want a means to rapidly reinforce their existing skills and bridge any gaps in their knowledge. It is also an excellent option as a second source of information for candidates pursuing certification.


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