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  • Tactical Trend Trading

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    Robert Robbins

    Traditional buy-and-hold investing is no match for today’s turbulent markets. Tactical Trend Trading shows you the path to a better way and equips you with the technical trading strategies and psychological tools you need to consistently capture trends, trade with the flow, and pull in profits from every major move the market makes.
  • Success in Programming

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    Frederic Harper

    Success in Programming: How to Gain Recognition, Power, and Influence Through Personal Branding shows software developers how to develop their personal "brand" to get better—and better paid—work, become leaders, grow their networks, and stand out.
  • Startup

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    Kevin Ready

    Designed for techies, Startup: An Insider's Guide to Launching and Running a Business takes the reader behind the scenes of the entrepreneurial ventures started and sustained by Kevin Ready. Along the way, readers pick up the skills and insights they need to start a venture of their own.
  • Rethinking the Internet of Things

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    Francis daCosta

    In the coming decade, billions of simple devices must be connected to the emerging Internet of Things. Today’s networking protocols are too expensive and inefficient for this task. This book describes a simpler and scalable architecture that will be used to create “big data” from billions of “small data” points in the Internet of Things.

  • On the Way to the Web

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    Michael Banks

    On the Way to the Web: The Secret History of the Internet and Its Founders is an absorbing chronicle of the inventive, individualistic, and often cantankerous individuals who set the Internet free. Michael A. Banks describes how the online population created a new culture and turned a new frontier into their vision of the future.
  • Makers at Work

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    Steven Osborn

    Makers at Work profiles 21 of the most creative, inquisitive, and influential "makers"--people creating new products, art, and methods using computer controls, recycled items, open-source code and plans, 3D printers, and anything else that can help them turn both whacky and incredibly insightful ideas into reality. Foreword by Brad Feld

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