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“As the INPUT statement is compiled, a slot is added to the program data vector for each variable in the new data set. Generally, variable attributes such as length and type are determined the first time a variable is encountered.”
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Assembling Your Personal Board of Advisors by Kathy E. Kram, Richard D. Cotton, Yan Shen published on April 1, 2015
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“$all requires that all attributes match in the documents, whereas only one attribute must match for the $in operator”
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Competing With Ordinary Resources by Frédéric Fréry, Vanessa Warnier, Xavier Lecocq published on April 1, 2015
“A veritable "who's who" video collection of leadership experts, coaching you on Career Management: John Kotter, Ram Charan, Robert Kaplan, and others...with a little Edward Norton and Rainn Wilson thrown in.”
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“OSPFv2 neighbors on broadcast and NBMA links are identified by their interface addresses, whereas neighbors on other types of links are identified by RID.”
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Understanding Complexity by Clustering Data with Machine Learning and R by Brett Lantz published on Oct. 27, 2014
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Java Performance: The Definitive Guide by Scott Oaks published on April 21, 2014
“This is a fantastic book on modern Java performance topics that includes recent developments such as the G1 garbage collector. We've already used advice from this book to improve our garbage collection performance on large production web servers.”
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“In addition to grouping together data from a single RDD, we can group together data sharing the same key from multiple RDDs using a function called cogroup cogroup over two RDDs sharing the same key type K with the respective value types V and W gives use back RDD[(K, Tuple(Iterable[V], Iterable[W]))]. If one of the RDDs doesn’t have an elements for a given key that is present in the other RDD the corresponding Iterable is simply empty. cogroup gives us the power to group together data from multiple RDDs.”
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The Lean Entrepreneur: How Visionaries Create Products, Innovate with New Ventures, and Disrupt Markets by Brant Cooper, Eric Ries, Patrick Vlaskovits published on Feb. 26, 2013
“The authors describe a threefold mission for writing The Lean Entrepreneur: 1. To describe why our economy is primed for a new wave of entrepreneurship using new methods of disruptive innovation. 2. To provide you real-world examples of how entrepreneurs are creating new markets and disrupting others. 3. To show you how you can get started creating value.”
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“A stellar video collection that includes segments from some of the leading thinkers in innovation today, including Tesla’s Elon Musk, Jason Fried of 37Signals, and the master of disruptive innovation himself, Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen.”
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Social Sensing by Dong Wang, Lance Kaplan, Tarek Abdelzaher published on March 27, 2015

It’s the little things that turn a good digital product into a great one. With this full color practical book, you’ll learn how to design effective microinteractions: the small details that exist inside and around features. How can users change a setting, or know they have a new ...

“Simplify: In general, when you’re considering whether to deploy a new feature, or even how to deploy a new feature, remember the 2 a.m./15 minute rule: If it takes more than 15 minutes to explain at 2 a.m., while under the pressure of a network outage, it’s probably too complex.”
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Learning Apache mod_rewrite by Daryl Wood published on March 27, 2015

This new edition has been fully revised and updated to include extensive information on the ARM Cortex-M4 processor, providing a complete up-to-date guide to both Cortex-M3 and Cortex-M4 processors, and which enables migration from various processor architectures to the exciting world of the Cortex-M3 and M4.

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“The three classes Field, Method, and Constructor in the java.lang.reflect package describe the fields, methods, and constructors of a class, respectively”
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Strategic Planning for Nonprofit Organizations: A Practical Guide for Dynamic Times, 3rd Edition by Jude Kaye, Michael Allison published on April 6, 2015
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Automate the Boring Stuff with Python by Albert Sweigart published on April 21, 2015
“This kind of model-viewer network is a common (and valuable) design technique. Each link decouples raw data from the events that created it—each new viewer is an abstraction. And because the relationships are a network (not just a linear chain), we have a lot of flexibility. Each model may have many viewers, and one viewer may work with multiple models.”
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Rebels at Work by Carmen Medina, Debra Cameron, Lois Kelly published on Nov. 17, 2014
“True leadership doesn’t always come from a position of power, note the authors of Rebels at Work. But successfully exerting influence without authority can be very challenging. This book is a practical and inspirational guide on how to engage your coworkers and bosses and bring your ideas forward so that they are heard, considered, and acted upon.”
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