2022 Holiday Gift Guide

 

With the holiday season just a flip of the calendar away, No Starch Press wants to help you get your shopping done early this year! So we made a list, and hope you’re checking it twice. On it, you’ll find something for everyone – and maybe even a few gifts to add to your own wish list...

 


 

For the Aspiring Python Programmer:
Dead Simple Python, by Jason C. McDonald
Python Crash Course, 3rd Edition, by Eric Matthes
Designing Secure Software, by Loren Kohnfelder
Automate the Boring Stuff with Python, 2nd Edition, by Al Sweigart

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For the Engineer and Hardware Enthusiasts:
Open Circuits, by Windell Oskay and Eric Schlaepfer
Engineering in Plain Sight, by Grady Hillhouse
The LEGO Engineer, by Jeff Friesen
AVR Workshop, by John Boxall

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For the Hackers:
How to Hack Like a Legend, by Sparc Flow
Hacking APIs, by Corey Ball
The Art of Mac Malware, by Patrick Wardle

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For the Builders:
Getting Started with LEGO® MINDSTORMS, by Barbara Bratzel and Rob Torok
Mastering LEGO® MINDSTORMS, by Barbara Bratzel and Rob Torok
The LEGO® Animation Book, by David Pagano and David Pickett
The LEGO® Christmas Ornaments Book, by Chris McVeigh
The LEGO® Christmas Ornaments Book, Vol. 2, by Chris McVeigh

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For the Kids:
Python for Kids, 2nd Edition, by Jason R. Briggs
The Official Scratch Coding Cards, by Natalie Rusk and the Scratch Team
Scratch 3 Programming Playground, by Al Sweigart
The Computer Science Activity Book, by Christine Liu and Tera Johnson
Ada & Zangemann, by Matthias Kirschner (available Dec. 1, 2022)

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For the Gamers:
The Game Console 2.0, by Evan Amos

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For the Reasonably Paranoid:
Cybersecurity for Small Networks, by Seth Enoka

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For the Science Stans:
CARBON: One Atom’s Odyssey, by John Barnett

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For the Apple Aficionados:
Cult of Mac, 2nd Edition, by Leander Kahney and David Pierini


 

Happy Holiday from your friends at No Starch Press!