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Mobile Forensics

In this article by Soufiane Tahiri , the author of Mastering Mobile Forensics , we will look at the basics of smartphone forensics. Smartphone forensic is a relatively new and quickly emerging field of interest within the digital forensic community and law enforcement, as today's mobile devices are getting smarter, cheaper, and more easily available for common daily use.

Security Considerations in Multitenant Environment

In this article by Zoran Pavlović and Maja Veselica , authors of the book,  Oracle Database 12c Security Cookbook , we will be introduced to common privileges and learn how to grant privileges and roles commonly. We'll also study the effects of plugging and unplugging operations on users, roles, and privileges.

Bang Bang – Let's Make It Explode

In this article by Justin Plowman , author of the book 3D Game Design with Unreal Engine 4 and Blender , We started with a basic level that, when it comes right down to it, is simply two rooms connected by a hallway with a simple crate. From humble beginnings our game has grown, as have our skills. Our simple cargo ship leads the player to a larger space station level. This level includes scripted events to move the story along and a game asset that looks great and animates. However, we are not done. How do we end our journey? We blow things up, that's how! In this article we will cover the following topics: Using class blueprints to bring it all together Creating an explosion using sound effects Adding particle effects

Visualizations Using CCC

In this article by  Miguel Gaspar  the author of the book  Learning Pentaho CTools  you will learn about the  Charts Component Library  in detail. The Charts Components Library is not really a Pentaho plugin, but instead is a Chart library that Webdetails created some years ago and that Pentaho started to use on the Analyzer visualizations. It allows a great level of customization by changing the properties that are applied to the charts and perfectly integrates with CDF, CDE, and CDA.

Virtualizing Hosts and Applications

In this article by Jay LaCroix , the author of the book Mastering Ubuntu Server , you will learn how there have been a great number of advancements in the IT space in the last several decades, and a few technologies have come along that have truly revolutionized the technology industry. The author is sure few would argue that the Internet itself is by far the most revolutionary technology to come around, but another technology that has created a paradigm shift in IT is virtualization. It evolved the way we maintain our data centers, allowing us to segregate workloads into many smaller machines being run from a single server or hypervisor. Since Ubuntu features the latest advancements of the Linux kernel, virtualization is actually built right in. After installing just a few packages, we can create virtual machines on our Ubuntu Server installation without the need for a pricey license agreement or support contract. In this article, Jay will walk you through creating, running, and managing Docker containers.

Exploring Scala Performance

In this article by Michael Diamant and Vincent Theron , author of the book Scala High Performance Programming , we look at how Scala features get compiled with bytecode.

First Person Shooter Part 1 – Creating Exterior Environments

In this article by John P. Doran , the author of the book Unity 5.x Game Development Blueprints , we will be creating a first-person shooter; however, instead of shooting a gun to damage our enemies, we will be shooting a picture in a survival horror environment, similar to the Fatal Frame series of games and the recent indie title DreadOut . To get started on our project, we're first going to look at creating our level or, in this case, our environments starting with the exterior. In the game industry, there are two main roles in level creation: an environment artist and a level designer. An environment artist is a person who builds the assets that go into the environment. He/she uses tools such as 3Ds Max or Maya to create the model and then uses other tools such as Photoshop to create textures and normal maps. The level designer is responsible for taking the assets that the environment artist created and assembling them in an environment for players to enjoy. He/she designs the gameplay elements, creates the scripted events, and tests the gameplay. Typically, a level designer will create environments through a combination of scripting and using a tool that may or may not be in development as the game is being made. In our case, that tool is Unity. One important thing to note is that most companies have their own definition for different roles. In some companies, a level designer may need to create assets and an environment artist may need to create a level layout. There are also some places that hire someone to just do lighting or just to place meshes (called a mesher) because they're so good at it.

Gradle with the Java Plugin

In this article by Hubert Klein Ikkink , author of the book  Gradle Effective Implementations Guide, Second Edition , we will discuss the Java plugin provides a lot of useful tasks and properties that we can use for building a Java application or library. If we follow the convention-over-configuration support of the plugin, we don't have to write a lot of code in our Gradle build file to use it. If we want to, we can still add extra configuration options to override the default conventions defined by the plugin.

Diving into OOP Principles

In this article by Andrea Chiarelli , the author of the book Mastering JavaScript Object-Oriented Programming, we will discuss about the OOP nature of JavaScript by showing that it complies with the OOP principles. It also will explain the main differences with classical OOP. The following topics will be addressed in the article: What are the principles of OOP paradigm? Support of abstraction and modeling How JavaScript implements Aggregation, Association, and Composition The Encapsulation principle in JavaScript How JavaScript supports inheritance principle Support of the polymorphism principle What are the differences between classical OOP and JavaScript's OOP

Interfaces

This article by, Michał Jaworski and Tarek Ziadé , the authors of the book, Expert Python Programming - Second Edition , will mainly focus on interfaces.

Python Scripting Essentials

In this article by Rejah Rehim , author of the book  Mastering Python Penetration Testing , we will cover: Setting up the scripting environment in different operating systems Installing third-party Python libraries Working with virtual environments Python language basics

Creating Horizon Desktop Pools

A Horizon desktop pool is a collection of desktops that users select when they log in using the Horizon client. A pool can be created based on a subset of users, such as finance, but this is not explicitly required unless you will be deploying multiple virtual desktop master images. The pool can be thought of as a central point of desktop management within Horizon; from it you create, manage, and entitle access to Horizon desktops. This article by Jason Ventresco , author of the book Implementing VMware Horizon View 6.X , will discuss how to create a desktop pool using the Horizon Administrator console, an important administrative task.

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