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Math for Programmers: learn the math needed for the best jobs in software development

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To score a job in data science, machine learning, computer graphics, and cryptography, you need to bring strong math skills to the party. Math for Programmers teaches the math you need for these hot careers, concentrating on what you need to know as a developer. Filled with lots of helpful graphics and more than 200 exercises and mini-projects, this book unlocks the door to interesting–and lucrative!–careers in some of today’s hottest programming fields.

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Math for Programmers: learn the math needed for the best jobs in software development

  1. 1. Learn the Math You Need for Today’s Hottest Careers! With Math for Programmers. Take 42% off the book by entering slorland into the discount code box at checkout at manning.com.
  2. 2. Learn the math that goes with the code To score a job in data science, machine learning, computer graphics, and cryptography, you need to bring strong math skills to the party. Math for Programmers teaches the math you need for these hot careers, concentrating on what you need to know as a developer.
  3. 3. Sometimes, being a developer isn’t enough When you’re using tools steeped in statistics, linear algebra, and calculus, it really pays to understand what they are doing behind the scenes. Actually learning the underpinning math can give you real insight into how these tools work, and a better understanding of how to use them.
  4. 4. Learn math through programming Math for Programmers teaches you to solve mathematical problems in code and, believe it or not, you’re going to have a lot of fun along the way! You’ll build and practice your new knowledge, step-by-step, through exercises, examples, and scenarios aimed at today’s working developer.
  5. 5. Learn from a developer and mathematician Paul Orland is CEO of Tachyus, a Silicon Valley startup building predictive analytics software to optimize energy production in the oil and gas industry. As founding CTO, he led the engineering team to productize hybrid machine learning and physics models, distributed optimization algorithms, and custom web-based data visualizations. He has a B.S. in mathematics from Yale University and a M.S. in physics from the University of Washington.
  6. 6. If you want to learn more about the book, check it out on liveBook here. Get Math for Programmers for 42% by entering slorland into the discount code box at checkout at manning.com.

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