Learning Scala is an introduction and a guide to getting started with functional programming (FP) development. Written for programmers who are already familiar with object-oriented (OO) development, the book introduces the reader to the core Scala syntax and its OO models with examples and solutions that build familiarity, experience and confidence with the language.
In BI Solutions Using SSAS Tabular Model Succinctly by Parikshit Savjani, delivering a business intelligence solution is broken down into simple steps to help you turn raw data into an interactive reporting dashboard. Savjani walks you through the layers of a BI solution, how to develop a tabular data model with SSAS, and how to prepare the data model for deployment before turning it into an interactive dashboard in Microsoft Power View.
The goal of “Learn Version Control with Git: A step-by-step course for the complete beginner” is to get you started with version control and Git as quickly and easily as possible. Unlike other books about this topic, this one doesn’t require a master’s degree in computer science to read it. It’s aimed at beginners of programming, at designers, at project managers… It tries not to require too much prior knowledge on the technical side. It tries to go slowly.
This book is organized by cloud type and begins with a short overview of the Cloud OS strategy from Microsoft and a high-level hybrid cloud architecture. It also covers the design and deployment of private cloud solutions using Windows and System Center to deliver the software-defined datacenter where storage, network, compute, and management are all virtualized and delivered by the Microsoft platform.
In this book, the authors explain how SQL Server 2014 incorporates in-memory technology to boost performance in online transactional processing (OLTP) and data-warehouse solutions. They also describe how it eases the transition from on-premises solutions to the cloud with added support for hybrid environments.
This brief book identifies some key usage and deployment scenarios for cloud computing to provide some deep technical background on the Microsoft SDN solution, enabling IT professionals to quickly learn the internals of HNV, how it works from end to end, and where and how it should be used.
Twitter Bootstrap (TWB) is a free front-end framework built by Twitter developers to ensure visual and functional consistency across websites and applications. In Twitter Bootstrap Succinctly, Peter Shaw walks you through the basics of using TWB Version 2 CSS classes to add beautiful, user-friendly components to your projects. You’ll learn how to add TWB to an existing project, and use it to customize attractive buttons, tabs, breadcrumbs, dropdowns and more.