“Raw Data” Is An Oxymoron By Gitelman, Lisa (EDT) Book – 2013
Learning Apache Mahout Classification By Gupta, Ashish Book – 2015
For data scientists who have some experience with Hadoop and machine learning methods. Mahout is used for classification on large data-sets.
NoSQL for Dummies By Fowler, Adam Book – 2015
Mysql Cookbook – Solutions for Database Developers and Administrators By DuBois, Paul eBook – 2014
A good ebook for your bus ride to work.
Getting Mean With Mongo, Express, Angular, and Node By Holmes, Simon Book – 2015
Linked Data Structured Data on the Web By Wood, David Book – 2014
How can you organize information on the Web other than links between pages? Tim Berners-Lee has been proposing a framework for years, but organizing the Web is more difficult than pinning jelly to the wall. Now there are academic organizations with large open data link farms, but it is not clear what they are useful for.
Android Sqlite Essentials By Aditya, Sunny Kumar/ Karn, Vikas Kumar Book – 2014
Taming Text – How to Find, Organize, and Manipulate It
Ingersoll, Grant S.
(Book – 2013)
Programmers and Systems architects who are working on systems which index and search large quantities of text will find this very readable book useful. The authors are experts on Apache Solr, Lucene, and OpenNLP.
SQL Tricks By Fehily, Chris (Book – 2014 )
A thin book on SQL!!
It seems as if all programming these days requires databases, so maybe this book is useful to all programmers.
High Performance MySQL By Schwartz, Baron (eBook – 2012 )
Database professionals will want to read this well written book. It discusses the different DB engines that can be used with Mysql, how they have changed with Mysql versions, and how to get the best performance while scaling up across multiple servers. Profiling is discussed in detail.
This book is available as ebook: load it into OverDrive, and read it on the bus!.