The Art of Data Scienceby Roger D. Peng and Elizabeth Matsui
This book describes the process of analyzing data. The authors have extensive experience both managing data analysts and conducting their own data analyses, and this book is a distillation of their experience in a format that is applicable to both practitioners and managers in data science.
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Outreach Blueprintby Kai Davis
The Outreach Blueprint is a concise guide on getting started with your first Outreach Marketing campaign to get more clients through referrals, repeat business, or relationships. In The Outreach blueprint, you'll learn the specific steps to take to define your outreach marketing campaign, write your outreach emails, build your outreach prospect list, and get started. You'll get specific templates to copy, customize, and use for your outreach campaign.
Creating a Company Culture that Rocksby Miles Burke
Student Freelancing 101by Amber Leigh Turner
With over 200 pages worth of great content, this book is structured to take the starting student freelancer all the way through the process of becoming successfully self-employed. Starting with getting you acquainted with the fascinating world of freelancing and ending with how to make your business grow.
Design for Businessby Tubik
Designers are often people involved directly into business processes via their job. Knowing basics of this field makes a designer stronger and more productive in terms of the objectives set for particular projects. "Design for Business" offers a set of basic business terms defined and analyzed in the aspect of design.
Become Bad Ass At Sales Without Sounding Like A Doucheby Allan Branch
3 Billion Under 30by Jared Kleinert
Hollywood A-listers, professional athletes, entrepreneurs running companies worth hundreds of millions of dollars, social media influencers, and others have contributed to Jared's latest book. He wants to give you the motivation to “step up your game”, whether it’s in business or life in general, while providing the step-by-step advice and ideas you need to actually make the improvements you seek.
Take Control of Slack Basicsby Glenn Fleishman
Joltby Justin Jackson
The key to good marketing is stand out. You can't just imitate the same tired tactics everyone else is using. You need campaigns that are unique, interesting, and unexpected. Jolt is full of creative marketing ideas you can try on your next project. This book has ideas for software developers, startups designers, writers, artists, and small businesses. If you sell something online, it's for you.
The Nature of Codeby Daniel Schiffman
How can we capture the unpredictable evolutionary and emergent properties of nature in software? How can understanding the mathematical principles behind our physical world help us to create digital worlds? This book focuses on the programming strategies and techniques behind computer simulations of natural systems using Processing.
Ruby DSL Handbookby Jim Gay
Mastering Modern CSS Layoutsby Ohans Emmanuel
Have you ever struggled with table display hacks, or floats & their pain? If so, this book is for you. Imagine a future where you didnt have to do all that. CSS Flexbox and Grids are here to stay. They define the new standards and this book teaches how to built CSS layouts with these new standards.
Attack of the Customersby Paul Gillin
Attack of the Customers shows how social media can be used to destroy as well as to build. It provides actionable strategies to prepare for and prevent disaster from striking your company. And it shows you how creative engagement can turn critics into raving fans.
Intercom on Onboardingby Intercom
Intercom on Onboarding features nine chapters of the most valuable lessons we’ve learned onboarding tens of thousands of customers. Simple and straightforward advice on getting your customers to that “ah-ha!” moment, and making sure they never look back.
Better Brandingby Caroline Winegeart
REST Assured: A Pragmatic Approach to API Designby Adam Tuttle
Learn from Great Designby Tom Kenny
Intercom on jobs-to-be-doneby Intercom
People buy products and services to get a “job” done. The key to success is understanding the real job customers are using your product for. This book helps you look at the whole product picture from the point of view of your customers. For anybody looking for a powerful framework to guide your product building, this is it.
Errorsby Gerald M. Weinberg
The Independent Consulting Manualby Kai Davis
Whether you're just starting out as a freelancer, running a small agency, or even just using consulting to fund a SaaS business, the Independent Consulting Manual has what you need to know to build and grow a successful consulting business.
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CFHipsterRef: Low-Level Programming on iOS & Mac OSby Mattt Thompson
NSHipster: Obscure Topics in Cocoa & Swiftby Matt Thompson & Nate Cook
This book focuses on using Swift in iOS and OS X development and is an essential guide for those discovering the platform or making the leap from Objective-C. The new edition exposes and explains Cocoa's rich underlying frameworks while providing clear thoughtful examples that demonstrate the benefits of working in Swift.
Win Your Inner Battlesby Darius Foroux
Do you want to start a business? Stop losing sleep over a deadline? Live a fulfilling life? Everyone has goals and ambitions in life. But we often don't pursue our inner desires because of one thing: Fear and a lack of self-confidence. In Win Your Inner Battles, you'll learn the secret to winning your own inner battles and living on your own terms.
Pixel Perfect Precision Handbook 3by Gyppsy
This handbook covers the dos and don’ts of creating pixel perfect design for user interface designs. It covers topics ranging from general design principles including navigation, interaction, error handling, accessibility to best practices on handling retina images, working in Photoshop and much more.
Learn Pure Reactby Dave Ceddia
User Experiences that Matterby Anton Sten
Great user experiences create happy, loyal users. They love spending time and money with companies who have invested in their experience. In User Experiences that Matter, Anton gives you an introduction to creating great user experiences by focusing on the human being using the product.
Mobile App Marketing Playbookby Sujan Patel
The Meetup Guideby Ciera Holzenthal
This guide walks you through the who, what, when, where, why, and how of starting your own local meetup. It's over 50 pages packed with actionable information, valuable insights, tried-and-true tips and worksheets to help you get organized and make things happen!
The Ultimate Guide to eCommerce Softwareby Zapier
This book will walk you through the questions you need to answer and the boxes you need to check before starting an eCommerce business. It'll help you pick out eCommerce software, walk you through setting it up, and leave you with tips-and-tricks to make the most of your store.
Shaping Lightby Alicja Colon
Web Design Trends 2017by UXPin
A complete visual guide of web design trends for 2017. This book is complete with 61 examples showcasing the best web design techniques and best practices from companies like Paypal, Adidas, Starbucks, Facebook, Spotify, Fitbit, Google, Dropbox, and more.
Mentor Impactby Salim Virani
Simple Steps to Photographic Memoryby Stefan Cain
Do you want to double your productivity? Give a powerful business presentation without reading from index cards? Your mind and memory are extremely powerful and more pliable than you think! This book is replete with exercises, memory tricks, and memory aids that will make you proud and give you an edge!
Kickstart Your Freelancing Careerby Matt Olpinski
Kickstart Your Freelancing Career provides timeless advice on how to become a premium freelancer in an over-saturated market. It's packed with advice, tips, and tricks that will help you find dream clients, make more money, and quit your day job.
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From Passive To Productiveby David Wahlman
How I Learned To Codeby Christopher R. Dodd
Atomic Designby Brad Frost
Atomic Design details all that goes into creating and maintaining robust design systems, allowing you to roll out higher quality UIs faster than ever before. This book introduces a methodology for thinking of our UIs as thoughtful hierarchies, discusses the qualities of effective pattern libraries, and showcases techniques to transform your team's design and development workflow.
Hourly Billing Is Nutsby Jonathan Stark
Sketch App Essentialsby Marc Andrew
This book is the perfect guide to help you realise the full potential of this amazing application. Written in an easy to understand manner, with many images to reference, it's the perfect guide to help increase your knowledge of Sketch, and improve your designs at the same time.
Refactoring to Collectionsby Adam Wathan
This book teaches you how to apply functional programming principles to write clean, maintainable PHP. Learn how to use collection pipelines to break down ugly, complex functions into a series of simple transformations, free of loops, complex conditionals, and temporary variables.
Facebook Ads Manualby Mojca Mars
At a loss on how to harness the power of Facebook ads? This book covers everything you need to get started. You'll learn which types of ads to use when trying to achieve specific results; the difference between Basic and Advanced Targeting; everything about pricing and optimization; and so much more.
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The UI Auditby Jane Portman
Record and Release: Learn How to Podcast in Just One Dayby Christopher Hawkins
Designing Products People Loveby Scott Hurff
Stop throwing product ideas against the wall. Learn the secrets that 27 product designers from Slack, Facebook, LinkedIn and others have in common, distilled into an easy-to-read guidebook. De-mystify the process of uncovering ideas and turning them into tangible products.
Parsing JSON in Swiftby Josh Brown
Value for Moneyby Lior Frenkel & Ran Segall
This book is a guide and a blueprint for freelance designers to help change the way they think about money and the way they talk about it with their clients. No more guesswork when pricing your projects, and no more trying to argue with your clients over every penny.
Ecommerce Bootcampby Paul Reda & Kurt Elster
The hardest part about starting a Shopify store isn’t finding vendors, incorporating a business, or even setting up a complicated website. It’s getting traffic, making sales, and growing your revenue and profits month-over-month. This book has all you need to know about marketing a successful high-profit Shopify store that fits the life you want.
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The Single Founder Handbookby Mike Taber
Do you struggle with marketing your software? Are you trying to build a software product, but having a hard time deciding what to build? Or did you set out to create a business, only to find that you've created a job? This book guides you through the rough spots that most entrepreneurs encounter by telling you what to avoid and why.
Easy Active Record for Rails Developersby W. Jason Gilmore
This book is the ultimate guide to mastering building database-driven Rails applications using the powerful Active Record ORM Framework. Among other topics, the book covers model generation, migrations, validations, associations, joins, includes, forms integration, and query optimization.
The Positioning Manual for Technical Firmsby Philip Morgan
Fearless Salary Negotiationby Josh Doody
This book will help you get paid what you're worth by teaching you how to negotiate your salary, when and how to request promotions and raises, and how to ace every interview. You'll learn strategies and tactics the author has learned over a 10-year career in multiple industries to help you get paid what you're worth.
Marketing for Developersby Justin Jackson
Quit looking for that magical growth unicorn. You don't need to win the startup lottery. You can earn a good income from building and launching your own products. This books teaches you how to build something people want, how to build momentum before you launch, how to grow after you launch, and so much more.
Set Your Freelance Rateby Ken Westgaard
In this book you’ll learn more than what an hourly rate calculator will tell you. By avoiding being a commodity, you’ll separate yourself from other freelancers. You'll go from a being freelancer to a becoming a professional consultant and business owner.
Fake It Make it: How to Make an App Prototype in 3 Hoursby Amir Khella
Learn how to create an interactive demo of your app idea without using a design tool, without knowing how to write code, and without hiring any designers or programmers to help you with it. Great for entrepreneurs, designers, product managers, and teachers.
Freelance Startup Guideby Matt Lambert
Learn to launch your own freelance business. Get and retain clients. Learn how to earn passive income. Set and raise your rates. This book also includes a bundle of bonus files including a quote template, invoicing templates, email templates, and more.
Gather the People: A Simple, Honest Approach to Creating Work that People Love, Buy, & Shareby Sarah J. Bray
7 Recurring Revenue Recipes for Freelancersby Ryan Castillo
This book teaches 7 simple strategies to avoid the freelancing revenue feast or famine cycle. You’ll have more clients and make more money so you’ll never have to worry about revenue gaps again. Using that extra revenue, you’ll be able to budget for things you need like a salary, health insurance and vacations.
The Guide to ExpressionEngine Developmentby Ryan Masuga
Be a better ExpressionEngine developer right now. How should I structure my project? What security measures can I implement? How can I best customize the CMS for the client? This book answers these questions and more by drawing from years of experience developing with ExpressionEngine.
Easy E-Commerce Using Laravel and Stripeby Eric L. Barnes & W. Jason Gilmore
This book is a fun, hands-on guide to building an online store. You'll learn by doing, following along with the development of a store for a fictional lawn care and landscaping company. And you'll receive all of the source code to a real-world online store.
Rock and Roll with Ember.jsby Balint Erdi
The Client Guide to Great Designby Amber Leigh Turner
This book is a guide written specifically for design clients and non-designers. Are you in charge of your company's visual identity and branding? Does your job involve making design decisions for your business? This guide will give you the tools, knowledge, and confidence you need to tackle any design situation or decision.
Email Templates for Freelancersby Kurt Elster
As a percentage of time, your business is unavoidably tied to the success of emails. The author has tested dozens of email templates (with dozens of variations) to find the most effective, persuasive, and concise emails. The result is consistently professional correspondence, and that means more profit.
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The Effective Designerby Alex Charchar
Beat doubt, embrace failure, avoid burnout, and silence that nasty little voice that says "you can't." This book looks at what it might take to be an effective designer with the goal that you'll take away just one little piece of advice that might help you be the designer you've always wanted to be.
Hello Web App: Learn How to Build a Web Appby Tracy Osborn
Have you ever wanted to develop your own web product? Not just a basic HTML & CSS website design, but rather a complete functional web app with users. This book teaches you how to choose a project, set up a database, create your templates, and launch your app.
Minimal Mac: What We Believe Inby Patrick Rhone
A collection of the best posts and quotes from almost six years of the Minimal Mac website. It explores the intersection of minimalism and technology. The most minimal computer is the one that's optimized for you. How you work. The menubar items you need. The dock items you need. The applications you need. The system you need. The peripherals you need. The tools you need to get the job done.
How to Get Illustration Clientsby Alex Mathers
This book is a unique step-by-step blueprint to winning quality, paying clients each month. It focuses on simplicity, making the process of landing dream clients extremely straight-forward, and is tailored specifically for illustrators, so you don't have to worry that certain methods don't apply to you.
Easy Laravel 5by W. Jason Gilmore
This book is a fun, hands-on guide to the popular Laravel framework. You'll learn by doing, following along with the development of a real-world Laravel-driven web application. It introduces Laravel best practices and popular third-party packages to help you become insanely productive fast.
Working on the Road: The Unconventional Guide to Full-Time Freedomby Nora Dunn
By now, you've heard the story: there's no need to stay at home and work a traditional job anymore. By learning a few key skills, and by learning to apply the skills you already have, you can go anywhere, anytime. The world is your playground, or your unbroken series of white sand beaches if you prefer.
Professional Web Typographyby Donny Truong
This book proves that typesetting is fun and rewarding, covering CSS techniques related to typography while keeping the technical aspects as simple as possible. Typography remains a craft that is honed, nurtured, and acquired over time, with patience and practice.
Learning Susy: How to Make Ultra Flexible Layouts Easily with the Susy Frameworkby Zell Liew
This book will teach you everything you need to know about creating layouts with Susy. After going through the book and videos, you'll never have to pore over the documentation or spend hours searching through Stackoverflow to figure out how to make Susy work ever again.
How to Code in HTML5 and CSS3by Damian Wielgosik
This book is for absolute beginners. It's aim is to show the art of making websites using a plain language full of practical analogies. After reading over 100 pages you will get to know basic concepts and techniques of web development and be able to build your first website!
Stand Out: The Entrepreneurs Guide to Content Marketingby Ross Simmonds
Thou Shalt Hustleby Mike Schmitz
We're all busy. We have too much to do, and not enough time to do it in. This book is about overcoming obstacles and breaking down barriers in the pursuit of a more meaningful and fulfilling life by focusing not only on doing things right, but also doing the right things.
The Creative’s Guide to Freelancingby Jake Jorgovan
You're a creative freelancer. You know you want to work for yourself, you want to grow your income, but you seem stuck. You need more clients, you need more work, you need more money. The fear of it all paralyzes you. You're afraid of not getting paid next month and you don't know where your next job is coming from. It doesn't have to be scary.
The Ruby on Rails Tutorialby Michael Hartl
This book and screencast series teach you how to develop and deploy real, industrial-strength web applications with Ruby on Rails. It takes you through the development of a substantial sample application, including a site layout, a user data model, a full registration and authentication system, user-micropost associations, social "following," and a feed of status updates.
Start Your Freelance Careerby Brent Galloway
Evernote Essentials: The Definitive Guide for New Evernote Usersby Brett Kelly
Evernote's problem: it's a blank canvas, an empty sheet of paper. You download it, fire it up and...now what? There are so many possibilities, it's hard to get started. This book tells you everything you need to know to get off to a great start with Evernote.