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          Walks you through how to use Swing to create applications that feature key GUI components.
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          A survey of threats, requirements, and approaches to online privacy.
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          Learn how to calculate quantified risk in your software architecture project and use that calculation to evaluate options and as a planning tool.
          C++ Packaging and Design Rules
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          Presents how to organize and package component-based software in a uniform (domain-independent) manner. This chapter also provides the fundamental C++ design rules that govern how to develop modular software hierarchically in terms of components, packages, and package groups.
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          Master software architect Juval Lowy presents a simple design standard for software engineering, which will facilitate absorbing and adhering to correct design directives and guidelines.
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          Discover why the common ways of decomposition are flawed to the core and learn powerful and helpful techniques to leverage when designing a software system.
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          Learn how to run and interact with an Ethereum node.
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          In 10 minutes, learn how to use the SQL SELECT statement to retrieve data.
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          A complete look at the Actor-Critic (A2C) algorithm, used in deep reinforcement learning, which enables a learned reinforcing signal to be more informative for a policy than the rewards available from an environment.
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          Customize features on your iPad running iOS 12 including the home screen, control center, and system settings.

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          Learn how to use some of the iPhone’s “core” features, meaning those that apply across multiple apps and functions of your phone running iOS 12.

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          Information security expert Sherri Davidoff introduces a crisis management model and shows how it applies to data breaches.
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          An overview of business analytics, its longitudinal perspective and a simple taxonomy, and where prescriptive analytics fits into this big picture. Also provides a thorough description of the human decision-making process.
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          Python is an object-oriented language. Getting things done in Python often requires writing new classes and defining how they interact through their interfaces and hierarchies. Learn how to use classes to express your intended behaviors with objects.
          A Scrum Master Guide to Improving Value Delivered
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          Focuses on measuring the value delivered and provides practices to improve the value you deliver over time.
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          Learn how to fix Android UI state loss on rotation bugs and how to use Android’s saved instance state mechanism to fix UI state loss on process death.
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          Uncle Bob shares the philosophical and ethical reasons for Agile development that have to do with professionalism and the reasonable expectations of your customers.
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          Become acquainted with two Deep Learning techniques that work in tandem to learn artificial neural network parameters.

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