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  1. And another interesting study on RPA processes: The future of employment: How susceptible are jobs to computerisation [Hidden Content]
  2. While books in the OP still aren't leaked, here's a little brochure on the subject for an "average worker": Zachary Williams - A Guide to Robotic Process Automation For the Average Worker [Hidden Content]
  3. The Definitive Guide to DAX (2nd Edition) [Hidden Content] DAX Patterns (2nd Edition) [Hidden Content]
  4. Read this topic, it's mandatory to react on an appropriate post for links to be revealed.
  5. A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) (6th Edition): [Hidden Content] Use a VPN, if you can't access LibGen.
  6. New LibGen link (use VPN if you've access issues): [Hidden Content]
  7. @putucisco There're mirrors in the book's metadata, just over the description. The first one leads to the same URL as the book's title, while others point to different domains.
  8. @Senninha LibGen again moved to another domain. I've updated URLs, try again, and if you still have issues, use a VPN.
  9. Ansible is a simple, but powerful, server and configuration management tool (with a few other tricks up its sleeve). This book will help those familiar with the command line and basic shell scripting start using Ansible to provision and manage anywhere from one to thousands of servers. The book begins with fundamentals, like installing Ansible, setting up a basic inventory file, and basic concepts, then guides you through Ansible's many uses, including ad-hoc commands, basic and advanced playbooks, application deployments, multiple-provider server provisioning, and even Docker and Kubernetes orchestration! Everything is explained with pertinent real-world examples, often using Vagrant-managed virtual machines. [Hidden Content] Try VPN if you've access issues. Also, take note there's a "mirrors" field in a book's metadata, just above the description.
  10. Added to OP, will change to a permanent link when it'd come through the moderation process.
  11. IT Mastery series books [Hidden Content] Other books [Hidden Content]
  12. FYI, Red Hat is making changes in its RH134 course by adding some containerization topics on October 1st. There should be updated workbooks out after that time, too. Sander van Vugt also commented that he'd refresh his course/book as soon as he gets more information on upcoming objectives.
  13. @citytrader, it seems LibGen is again migrating to another domain. I've updated the url in OP, check it.
  14. @manofring, you're wrong, DO407 and RH294 both have almost identical contents, their differences are negligible objectives-wise, just compare these pages: EX407 & EX294. The real change is that DO407 had stuck on Ansible 2.7, while RH294 carries on current changes. It's ok to learn DO407 if you want to do double work, seeking for deprecated and new features. Both courses are introductory, and you ought to continue your journey by other means. IT is gaining its maturity and soon will turn into a convenient and cheap infrastructure technology, like it had happened with electricity, for example. It's useless to keep moaning and trying to be an elitist, IT requirements constantly lowering, sweet days of deep specializations are ending for all but cloud provider engineers. Welcome to an upcoming aaS era. I highly recommend "Does IT Matter?" writing by Nicholas Carr on this topic, old but relevant as never before.
  15. @shaifshahin Nope, this book hasn't leaked yet. But if you have it, do us a favor and share.
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