[EN] Neverending free-ebook-story (part6)

New post from my irregular series. Have you got/bookmark/read all books from my previous lists five parts: 1 2 3 4 5? Even if not, get the new books quickly. Today I want to share links for few new and few-almost-new books. In first part three great titles from Microsoft Press from brand new and hot Microsoft Azure Essentials series:

MAE: Fundamentals of Azure {LINK}
Michael S. Collier, Robin E. Shahan
This ebook focuses on providing essential information about the key services of Azure for developers and IT professionals who are new to cloud computing. Detailed, step-by-step demonstrations are included to help the reader understand how to get started with each of the key services. This material is useful not only for those who have no prior experience with Azure, but also for those who need a refresher and those who may be familiar with one area but not others. Each chapter is standalone; there is no requirement that you perform the hands-on demonstrations from previous chapters to understand any particular chapter.

MAE: Azure Automation {LINK}
Michael McKeown
This ebook introduces a fairly new feature of Microsoft Azure called Azure Automation. Using a highly scalable workflow execution environment, Azure Automation allows you to orchestrate frequent deployment and life cycle management tasks using runbooks based on Windows PowerShell Workflow functionality. These runbooks are stored in and backed up by Azure. By automating runbooks, you can greatly minimize the occurrence of errors when carrying out repeated tasks and more.

MAE: Azure Machine Learning {LINK}
Jeff Barnes 
Microsoft Azure Machine Learning (ML) is a service that a developer can use to build predictive analytics models (using training datasets from a variety of data sources) and then easily deploy those models for consumption as cloud web services. Azure ML Studio provides rich functionality to support many end-to-end workflow scenarios for constructing predictive models, from easy access to common data sources, rich data exploration and visualization tools, application of popular ML algorithms, and powerful model evaluation, experimentation, and web publication tooling.

All three books are available for download, but only first in all three formats (as PDF, Mobi and ePub), second and third are available only in PDF format by the Microsoft Virtual Academy

In second part are for dummies. Two short book from very popular series, however each for different audience:

Vulnerability Management for Dummies {LINK}
by Qualys Limited Edition
Inside you’ll discover how to protect your network and data—preventing attacks with a successful vulnerability management program—so you can: • Find and fix threats—with a 10-point checklist for removing vulnerabilities from your key resources • Understand key steps and essential best practices of successful vulnerability management • Select an appropriate solution—with reviews of various options including the pros and cons of each.

SharePoint RBS, Backup and Archiving for Dummies {LINK}
Ken Withee, Trevor Hellebuyck, Paul LaPorte 
The amount of content within an organization is staggering—and with SharePoint, you can enlist a number of strategies to deal it. In this Dummies Guide, you’ll explore what large content means to SharePoint and how you can use Remote BLOB Storage (RBS) and Shredded Storage options to manage large and complex content. You’ll learn: • The many ways SharePoint growth impacts performance • The danger of solely relying on Microsoft’s storage guidance .

Last, but not least in third part from O’Reilly:

Graph Databases {LINK}
Ian Robinson, Jim Webber, Emil Eifrém
Graph Databases, published by O’Reilly Media, discusses the problems that are well aligned with graph databases, with examples drawn from practical, real-world use cases. This book also looks at the ecosystem of complementary technologies, highlighting what differentiates graph databases from other database technologies, both relational and NOSQL.

And one special reissued, but new book:

Creating Mobile Apps with Xamarin.Forms, Preview Edition 2 {LINK}
Charles Petzold
This second Preview Edition ebook, now with 16 chapters, is about writing applications for Xamarin.Forms, the new mobile development platform for iOS, Android, and Windows phones unveiled by Xamarin in May 2014. Xamarin.Forms lets you write shared user-interface code in C# and XAML that maps to native controls on these three platforms..

[EN] Neverending free-ebook-story (part5)

New post from my irregular series. Have you read all books from my previous lists in part1 part2 part3 and part4 ? Even if not, get the new books quickly. The only one problem is place on ebok reader – my Kindle Fire have less and less place every week. Today just four books all from Packt Publishing:

Hadoop Explained {LINK}
Aravind Shenoy
An introduction to the most popular Big Data platform in the world. Hadoop is one of the most important technologies in a world that is built on data. Find out how it has developed and progressed to address the continuing challenge of Big Data with this insightful guide.

Thinking in CSS {LINK} 
Aravind Shenoy
A focused guide designed to help you understand the basics of CSS, how it works, and how to start creating modern wesites. Start using CSS and get to grips with one of the most foundational but important languages in web design. Use this free eBook to explore how to code and build websites, following the examples and tips for an accessible but essential learning experience.

Thinking in HTML {LINK
Aravind Shenoy
For anyone who wants to understand the web and how it works, HTML is an essential place to start. This free eBook provides you with everything you need to know to get to grips with HTML and to begin building your own web pages. Explore how HTML code structures a web page and use and adapt the examples for yourself to begin building your own web pages today.

Thinking in JavaScript {LINK}
Aravind Shenoy
Get started with JavaScript with this free eBook and learn one of the most important languages in web development today. With helpful tips and code examples, discover how you can create websites with impressive and dynamic functionality. Explore JavaScript’s in-built features and find out how to customize them in this accessible and free guide.

 

Nowy ebook na temat SharePoint Foundation 2010

Niespełna sześćdziesięciostronicowy dokument opisuje w podstawowy sposób najważniesze informacje na temat Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010. Dokument został przygotowany przez Microsoft Office System and Servers Team i składa się z kilku części:

  • What’s new in SharePoint Foundation 2010 – zawiera listę linków do treści umieszczonych na witrynach internetowych, które pomoga zapoznać się z rozwiązaniami SharePoint 2010;
  • Changes from Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 to SharePoint Foundation 2010 – opisuje co zostało zmienione w odniesienu do SharePoint Services 3.0;
  • Hardware and software requirements – zawiera minimalne, oraz rekomendowane wymagania sprzętowe dla instalacji SharePoint Foundation 2010;
  • Plan browser support – część skoncentrowana na opisie wsparcia dla najnowszych, wybranych przeglądarek podczas wdrażania SharePoint Foundation 2010;
  • Deploy a single server with SQL Server – opis i zalecania wdrożenia typowej, jednoserwerowej instalacji SharePoint Foundation, przydatne również podczas przygotowań zmiany instalacji jednoserwerowej do instalacji w farmie;
  • Deploy a single server with a built-in database  – opis instsalacji i zalecenia dla jej przeprowadzenia, przy uzyciu wbudowanej w SharePoint Foundation 2010 bazy danych;
  • Roadmap to SharePoint Foundation 2010 content – podsumowanie przedstawionych treści, oraz dodatkowe linki, dla wszystkich, którzy potrzebują dowiedzieć się czegoś więcej;

Dokument jest dostępny w dwóch formatach (PDF i DOC), a pobrać go można z tych miejsc:

Download Getting started with Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 (PDF)

Download Getting started with Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 (Word)