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Shame me later for piracy but I think i just found the goldmine of books and vid tuts. Has packt(books, vids) and even O'Reilly books as recent as last month. This good boye has EVERYTHING.
I have a confession. The "Packt Free Ebook of the Day" is my personal Pokemon Go. I'm now up to 398 books.
And yes, I know that this is more than I'll ever read. I still must have them all!3
Digital Forensics !
a whole new world ...
Got the course from packt.
Any other awesome references for that ?10
Free dev eBooks on various stuff, today's is nlp. Different one each day, you can see previous day's books). In case you're interested:
All of the Packt interactive workshops are free until the end of May using the code 'PACKTFREE' on checkout.
Maybe useful if you want to learn a couple of new things.
I have nothing but good things to say about the book “Building Microservices” by Sam Newman.
Very well written, high-level look at Microservices. It took a lot of the assumptions I had built and dissected the different options and approaches with drawback included.
Now, onto “Building Microservices With Go” by Nic Jackson!1
It takes a fair bit for me to enjoy an online course, let alone want to recommend it.
if anyone is looking at using their "free" time learning something new during these troubling times, i would go look at the Packt Courses.
@whocares suckered me in the other day, and i have to admit, i dont regret it.
So with that i would actually say to anyone wanting to get into:
- Data Science
then checkout these workshops.
you can actually enroll into all of them using the free coupon, so theres that ☺
one down side is the lack of dark mode, but im sure we all have browser extensions for that.2
Is the current humble book bundle of any use? Dev ops by Packt. Lots of docker and kubernetes stuff.