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Python and SQL programming : this book includes: "Python coding and SQL coding for beginners" / Coding, Tony.

Computer programming
Python (Computer program language)
SQL (Computer program language)

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Microsoft Office 365 all-in-one for dummies / Weverka, Peter
Office 365 all-in-one for dummies
Business -- Computer programs
Cloud computing
Groupware (Computer software)
Integrated software
Microsoft Office

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MrExcel 2022 : boosting Excel / Jelen, Bill
Mr Excel 2022
"Inspiring Excel tips designed to save 100 hours per year. Originally designed for Bill Jelen's live Power Excel seminars, the target audience already uses Excel 40 hours a week. These tips are the "aha" tips that uncover secret methods in Excel. The book covers general Excel functions, pivot tables, and formulas such as VLOOKUP and the new XLOOKUP. It introduces elements of modern Excel such as the Power Pivot Data Model and cleaning data with Power Query. Updated annually, this edition for 2022 adds information on collaboration features, LET and LAMBDA functions, amazing new data types, dynamic array formulas, and more"--Provided by publisher.

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Statistical analysis with Excel for dummies / Schmuller, Joseph

Business -- Computer programs
Electronic spreadsheets
Microsoft Excel (Computer file)
Statistics -- Data processing

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CompTIA Linux+ study guide : exam XK0-005 / Blum, Richard
Linux+ study guide
Electronic data processing personnel -- Certification -- Study guides
Linux -- Examinations -- Study guides.
Operating systems (Computers) -- Examinations -- Study guides

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CompTIA Linux+ practice tests : exam XK0-005 / Suehring, Steve

Introduction -- System management (Domain 1.0) -- System operations and maintenance (Domain 2.0) -- Scripting, containers, and automation (Domain 3.0) -- Troubleshooting (Domain 4.0) -- Practice exam -- Appendix: Answers to the review questions.

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CompTIA CASP+ study guide, exam CAS-004 / Parker, Jeff T.
CompTIA CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner plus study guide, exam CAS-004
Computer networks -- Security measures -- Examinations -- Study guides.
Computer security -- Examinations -- Study guides
Computing Technology Industry Association -- Examinations -- Study guides.
Electronic data processing personnel -- Certification -- Study guides

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Programming C# 10 : build cloud, web, and desktop applications / Griffiths, Ian
C# 10
Application software -- Development
C# (Computer program language)
Computer programming
Microsoft .NET Framework

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Build a binary clock with Elixir and Nerves : use layering to produce better embedded systems / Tate, Bruce

Want to get better at coding Elixir? Write a hardware project with Nerves. As you build this binary clock, you'll build in resiliency using OTP, the same libraries powering many commercial phone switches. You'll attack complexity the way the experts do, using a layered approach. You'll sharpen your debugging skills by taking small, easily verified steps toward your goal. When you're done, you'll have a working binary clock and a good appreciation of the work that goes into a hardware system. You'll also be able to apply that understanding to every new line of Elixir you write. Combining software with hardware can be frustrating, but you can become proficient in no time by taking a simple, logical approach. Blinking a single LED is the traditional "hello-world" of embedded systems. Building your own binary clock is the logical next step. It blinks groupings of LEDs based on the system time. This guide walks you through a working project using the techniques used by experts who build software for hardware every day. This common sense project moves forward in tiny, logical steps. As you progress, you can verify each step before moving on to the next. You don't have to be a Nerves novice to benefit from this project. Become a better Elixir programmer as you build your own desktop showpiece. With a layered approach to software design, you'll learn to control the complexity of your programs the way the experts do by focusing on one small slice of your system at a time. When you're done, you'll have your own binary clock, and also more of the tools you need to design and build your own Nerves and Elixir projects. You'll also be a better programmer with a deeper appreciation of layering techniques for controlling complexity. What You Need: This project is for Elixir developers who want to get started with Nerves, or improve their skills. The project is designed for Elixir 1.11 and Nerves 1.7, but later versions will probably work as well with slight modifications. The project uses a Raspberry Pi zero with a set of components. With slight modifications, you can make this book work with other components as well.