Download Spring Data… for Enterprise Java by Mark Pollack (.PDF)

Spring Data: Modern Data Access for Enterprise Java by Mark Pollack, Oliver Gierke, Thomas Risberg, Jon Brisbin,‎ Michael Hunger
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Overview: Through several sample projects, you’ll learn how Spring Data provides a consistent programming model that retains NoSQL-specific features and capabilities, and helps you develop Hadoop applications across a wide range of use-cases such as data analysis, event stream processing, and workflow. You’ll also discover the features Spring Data adds to Spring’s existing JPA and JDBC support for writing RDBMS-based data access layers.
– Learn about Spring’s template helper classes to simplify the use ofdatabase-specific functionality
– Explore Spring Data’s repository abstraction and advanced query functionality
– Use Spring Data with Redis (key/value store), HBase(column-family), MongoDB (document database), and Neo4j (graph database)
– Discover the GemFire distributed data grid solution
– Export Spring Data JPA-managed entities to the Web as RESTful web services
– Simplify the development of HBase applications, using a lightweight object-mapping framework
– Build example big-data pipelines with Spring Batch and Spring Integration
Genre: Non-Fiction > Computing & I.T. > Computer Programming & Software Development

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Download The Split Skies by Chad Spencer (.ePUB)

The Split Skies by Chad Spencer (The Possessor Wars #4)
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 443 KB
Overview: After an accident in space, Jeff Bowman finds himself marooned alone on a planet far across the galaxy. His struggle to survive is aided by symbiotic creatures from another universe that live within him. Jeff soon finds that he must call upon the abilities that these creatures give him for more than just his own survival. Facing a massive alien invasion, Jeff must find a way to protect all of humanity-and others as well-from becoming the tools of a relentless race of beings bent on possessing the bodies of everyone alive.

Jeff bends time and space in an epic clash for freedom and peace in an increasingly hostile universe as he searches for a way to safeguard everyone and everything that is important to him. All the while, he knows he is being pursued by a relentless enemy that comes from both the future and the past. With time itself working against him, Jeff launches into space and tries to keep hope alive.
Genre: Science Fiction

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Download Terraform: Up and Running by Yevgeniy Brikman (.ePUB)

Terraform: Up and Running: Writing Infrastructure as Code by Yevgeniy Brikman
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Overview: Gruntwork co-founder Yevgeniy (Jim) Brikman walks you through dozens of code examples that demonstrate how to use Terraform’s simple, declarative programming language to deploy and manage infrastructure with just a few commands. Whether you’re a novice developer, aspiring DevOps engineer, or veteran sysadmin, this book will take you from Terraform basics to running a full tech stack capable of supporting a massive amount of traffic and a large team of developers.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Computing & I.T. > Computer Programming & Software Development

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Download Always I Am Caesar by W. Jeffrey Tatum (.PDF)

Always I Am Caesar by W. Jeffrey Tatum
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Overview: By examining his military and political career, home life and relationships with women, Always I Am Caesar provides a vivid portrait of Caesar’s life and the times of ancient Rome during its transition from republic to empire.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Download Ways to Get More Done In Less Time by David Cottrell (.PDF)

175 Ways to Get More Done In Less Time by David Cottrell, Mark C. Layton
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Overview: Want to get things done faster so you can accomplish more of your long-term goals? Okay. We’d all like that to happen. But the question we finally have to ask is “How can I do that – get more things done in less time? This book is loaded with ideas. Now, don’t expect smoke and mirrors here. And don’t look to magically pull a few extra hours for your day out of thin air. Nope, there’s no magic formula. But, between the front and back covers of thei book you’ll find 175 really really good suggestions that will help you get things done faster … and usually better. Before you know it, you’re back in control – actually achieving those goals you’ve set for yourself.
Genre: Nonfiction > General, Business

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Download Augustus: First Emperor of Rome by Adrian Goldsworthy (.PDF)

Augustus: First Emperor of Rome by Adrian Goldsworthy
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Overview: Caesar Augustus’ story, one of the most riveting in Western history, is filled with drama and contradiction, risky gambles and unexpected success. Thrusting himself into Rome’s extremely violent politics while yet a very young man, Augustus skillfully maneuvered his way through twisting alliances during years of civil war. Named heir to the murdered Julius Caesar, he outwitted and outlasted far more experienced rivals like Antony and Brutus. Ruling supreme, he reinvented himself as a benevolent man of peace and created a new system of government.

In this highly anticipated biography Goldsworthy puts his deep knowledge of ancient sources to full use, recounting the events of Augustus’ long life in greater detail than ever before. Goldsworthy pins down the man behind the myths: a consummate manipulator, propagandist, and showman, both generous and ruthless. Under Augustus’ rule the empire prospered, yet his success was never assured and the events of his life unfolded with exciting unpredictability. Goldsworthy captures the passion and savagery, the public image and private struggles of the real man whose epic life continues to influence Western history.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Download The Valantian Imperium by Rajamayyoor Sharma (.ePUB)

The Valantian Imperium by Rajamayyoor Sharma (Age of Azmoq #1)
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Overview: Azmoq is the rarest and most coveted metal on the planet. It’s the ultimate source and symbol of real power, and the Valantian Imperium controls it all in Valantia.

Or so they thought…

For the first time in generations, the Valantian Imperium, masters of the Valantian continent have glimpsed the first tremors of fear. There are rumors abound. Rumors of legends. Legends of both ancient Azmoqian weapons and men of godly powers, long thought to be myths.

As these rumors grow, a small group of people, from various walks of life, some commoners, some within the mighty Valantian Imperium itself, by pure coincidence, have set in motion a chain of events. The legends, if true, along with these set of events, might reignite the flames of a revolution. A revolution the Imperium had long suppressed. A revolution that might alter the balance of power in the continent, and eventually the entire world…
Genre: Sci-fi/Fantasy

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Download Antony and Cleopatra by Adrian Goldsworthy (.PDF)

Antony and Cleopatra by Adrian Goldsworthy
Requirements: PDF Reader, 27.3 MB
Overview: A masterfully told—and deeply human—story of love, politics, and ambition, Adrian Goldsworthy’s Antony and Cleopatra delivers a compelling reassessment of a major episode in ancient history.

In this remarkable dual biography of the two great lovers of the ancient world, Goldsworthy goes beyond myth and romance to create a nuanced and historically acute portrayal of his subjects, set against the political backdrop of their time. A history of lives lived intensely at a time when the world was changing profoundly, the book takes readers on a journey that crosses cultures and boundaries from ancient Greece and ancient Egypt to the Roman Empire.

Drawing on his prodigious knowledge of the ancient world and his keen sense of the period’s military and political history, Goldsworthy creates a singular portrait of the iconic lovers. “Antony and Cleopatra were first and foremost political animals,” explains Goldsworthy, who places politics and ideology at the heart of their storied romance. Undertaking a close analysis of ancient sources and archaeological evidence, Goldsworthy bridges the gaps of current scholarship and dispels misconceptions that have entered the popular consciousness. He explains why Cleopatra was consistently portrayed by Hollywood as an Egyptian, even though she was really Greek, and argues that Antony had far less military experience than anyone would suspect from reading Shakespeare and other literature. Goldsworthy makes an important case for understanding Antony as a powerful Roman senator and political force in his own right.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Download Burn the Business Plan by Carl J. Schramm (.ePUB)

Burn the Business Plan: What Great Entrepreneurs Really Do by Carl J. Schramm
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 3 MB
Overview: “The evangelist of entrepreneurship” (The Economist) reveals the true stories about how a range of entrepreneurs created their successful start-ups: hint, many of them never began with a business plan.

Business schools teach that the most important prerequisite for starting a business is a business plan. Nonsense, says Carl Schramm in Burn the Business Plan, who for a decade headed the most important foundation devoted to entrepreneurship in this country. Microsoft, Apple, Facebook, and Google are just a few of the companies that began without one.

Schramm explains that the importance of a business plan is only one of the many misconceptions about starting a company. Another is the myth of the kid genius—that all entrepreneurs are young software prodigies. In fact, the average entrepreneur is thirty-nine years old and has worked in corporate America for at least a decade. Schramm discusses why people with work experience in corporate America have an advantage as entrepreneurs. For one thing, they often have important contacts in the business world who may be customers for their new service or product. For another, they often have the opportunity to strategize with knowledgeable people and get valuable advice.

Burn the Business Plan tells stories of successful entrepreneurs in a variety of fields. It shows how knowledge, passion, determination, and a willingness to experiment and innovate are vastly more important than financial skill. This is an important, motivating look at true success that dispels the myths and offers invaluable real-world advice on how to achieve your dreams.
Genre: Non-Fiction, General

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Download A Century of Miracles by H. A. Drake (.PDF)

A Century of Miracles: Christians, Pagans, Jews, and the Supernatural, 312-410 by H. A. Drake
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Overview: The fourth century of our common era began and ended with a miracle. Traditionally, in the year 312, the Roman emperor Constantine experienced a “vision of the Cross” that led him to convert to Christianity and to defeat his last rival to the imperial throne; and, in 394, a divine wind carried the emperor Theodosius to victory at the battle of the Frigidus River. Other stories heralded the discovery of the True Cross by Constantine’s mother, Helena, and the rise of a new kind of miracle-maker in the deserts of Egypt and Syria. These miracle stories helped Christians understand the dizzying changes they experienced in the fourth century. Far more than the outdated narrative of a “life-and-death” struggle between Christians and pagans, they help us understand the darker turn Christianity took in subsequent ages.

In A Century of Miracles, historian H. A. Drake explores the role miracle stories played in helping Christians, pagans, and Jews think about themselves and each other. These stories, he concludes, bolstered Christian belief that their god wanted the empire to be Christian. Most importantly, they help explain how, after a century of trumpeting the power of their god, Christians were able to deal with their failure to protect the city of Rome from a barbarian sack by the Gothic army of Alaric in 410. Augustine’s magnificent City of God eventually established a new theoretical basis for success, but in the meantime the popularity of miracle stories reassured the faithful–even when the miracles came to an end. Thoroughly researched within a wide range of faiths and belief systems, A Century of Miracles provides an absorbing illumination of this complex, polytheistic, and decidedly mystical phenomenon.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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