You read code more than you write code, so take extra time to write clean and easy to read code.
A somewhat lengthy discourse on emotion and character before examining how they can be applied to the nuts and bolts of rhetoric.
A detailed, hands-on look at using, in a long-form tutorial format, ranging from total ignorant to semi-advanced, and understanding Git.
This report makes a strong care that functional and object-oriented programming have more in common than the two camps might let on, particular attention to the admittance of lambda functionality object-oriented languages.
A simple, no frills, introduction to the basic Git commands and concepts that will get you started and serve most of your daily needs.
Some style, some algorithms, some problems solving; too little of too much written in a hard-nosed, holier than thou, style.
A rehash/update of the Gang of Four done by forcing python into a Java-like box, no thanks.
A short book that briefly covers the history and general concepts behind regular expressions before diving into the ins and outs of using python's re module.
A comparison of cybernetics, with its portended development of the learning machine, analogous to the golem, and religion in regards to the creations ability in relation to the creator.
Story after (mostly boring) story recounting 90s era social engineering that borders on ridiculous at times.
A high level overview of penetration testing with python that provides a reasonable list of tools and example projects to whet your appetite and, showing you the various directions you might move, prepare you to dive deeper.
A well crafted, drug fueled, cops and robbers story, spiraling uncontrollably toward eventual madness.
If you are new to vim or want to take your game to the next level, this is THE vim book to do it.
A straightforward, simple (maybe too simple) introduction to linear algebra and how to carry out common operations using python and numpy.
How the occult and its revelation is used by secret societies and the intelligence community, that are actually one and the same thing, is used to manipulate society.
Another disappointing machine learning book that tries to cover too much too fast.
Insanity beamed into your head, cancer, mind control, and Richard Nixon all wrapped up in a highly theological/religious story.
English scientists, captive in Africa, carryout futuristic genetic experiments leading to the creation of a super-consciousness capable of mass hypnotic telepathy.
A great introduction that ramps up, through three modules with plenty of detailed code examples, to more advanced coverage of many aspects of machine learning.
The focus is, unsurprisingly, mostly on posture, but the concepts can be applied more generally as well; if something hurts, get to the root of the reason for hurting.
Don't think about your problems, "put it down" proclaims Pauling, "learn to play the violin", declares Drucker, let your brain do the thinking for you.
A story about robots, Mars, and mutants, that doesn't focus on any of them and never really gets anywhere.
This book covers the basics of feature engineering and algorithms while giving minor insight into each, but leaves much to be desired when it comes to code examples.
A systematic, long-term plan on how to effectively dominate a people using psychological tactics like greed, fear, envy, and confusion, among others, generally spread via the media.
Abolish everything; property, nations, religion, and family!
A basic introduction to machine learning that includes a decent description of various methods but is decidedly lacking in executable code examples.
A detailed entry point into the world of cryptography and network security that includes such topics as mathematics, cypher algorithms, hashing, public/private key pairs and other associated content.
Knowing which inputs map to given outputs in a system, mechanical, biological, or social, affords the manipulator a great deal of control.
The most influential book never read.
This is a continuation from volume 1 that looks at the similarities, often historically observed, in stories to complement the more mathematical treatment found in volume 1.
A look at the, historical questioned, Scaligerian chronology from a statistical view and the 'coincidences', and discrepancies, that occur in this new light.
A historical look at propaganda in the first half of the 20th century as well as a discussion on how a public relations counsel can understand, manipulate, and even form public opinion.
A seemingly exhaustive look at the features of VHDL with plenty of examples and a few case studies.
A Jungian psychologist pushes feminism, homosexuality, the holocaust, and other general subversive topics under the cover of poetry and ancient history.
Nudging people through Libertarian paternalism and choice architecture to make better choices.
A top notch introduction to digital and computer design that builds from foundational concepts up to the design of a "full fledged" computer in VHDL.
A secret society, based on the work and will of Cecil Rhodes, has been working diligently for decades to influence the world in such a way as to establish a global federation.