Jonathan Bartlett is a programmer, researcher, and author. From DeVry to Princeton, his first book, Programming from the Ground Up, has been essential reading in computer science programs. He has written eight books as the main or lead author on topics ranging from computer programming to calculus. He works at ITX as a technical lead, and his speciality is resolving blocked projects.
- Electronics for Beginners: A Practical Introduction to Schematics, Circuits, and Microcontrollers
- Naturalism and Its Alternatives in Scientific Methodologies: Proceedings of the 2016 Conference on Alternatives to Methodological Naturalism
- Building Scalable PHP Web Applications Using the Cloud: A Simple Guide to Programming and Administering Cloud-Based Applications