A collection of short stories that all use cryptograms as major plot elements. These stories are in an "early period" from 1843 through the end of the First World War. The book is available in paperback and as a Kindle ebook.
This book focuses on the American participation in World War I, starting with America as a neutral country and continuing on through the American declaration of war and its participation in the final push in the fall of 1918 that ended the war. Based on a series of articles written by John Matthews Manly who worked in Military Intelligence during the war. Published by Springer, the book is available at Amazon.
In the Springer Briefs series, this book gives a short history of cryptology from the Greek Classical period up through the late 20th century. It is available as an ebook or a paperback from Amazon.
Targeted at upper-level undergraduates and professional developers, this book focuses on great design, writing great code, and software project management. This is the second edition of the 2011 software development book. It contains much more on agile development, parallel programming and computer ethics.
A longer history of codes and ciphers and the exciting stories that come from using them. Expands on the Brief History below and extends the time frame to the present day. Includes extended discussions on elliptic curve cryptography, quantum crypto, and unsolved cryptograms!
Targeted at upper-level undergraduates and professional developers, this book focuses on great design, writing great code, and software project management. Published by Apress, it is available at Amazon.