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Why Sass? Sass for Web Designers by Dan Cederholm
“Sass is a CSS preprocessor—a layer between the stylesheets you author and the .css files you serve to the browser. Sass (short for Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets) plugs the holes in CSS as a language, allowing you to write DRY code that’ll be faster, more efficient, and easier to maintain (FIG 1).”
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Just Listen by Keith Ferrazzi, Mark Goulston published on March 4, 2015
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Chapter 8: Introduction to Table Views Beginning iPhone Development with Swift: Exploring the iOS SDK by Jack Nutting, Fredrik Olsson, Kim Topley, David Mark, Jeff LaMarche
“With the table view still selected, click the Resolve Auto Layout Issues button at the bottom right of the storyboard editor and then click Update Constraints to change the top”
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The GNU Make Book by John Graham-Cumming published on April 6, 2015
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Digital Outcasts by Kel Smith published on March 18, 2013
“Instead of giving technical advice about accessibility which is practically outdated before the book hits the presses, gives deeply compelling stories about why we need to prioritize accessibility. Audience is everyone involved in design, from management to implementer.”
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C# 6.0 Cookbook by Jay Hilyard, Stephen Teilhet published on Sept. 15, 2015
“You must pay careful attention to case when interacting with character literal data and aliases.”
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Managing Startups: Best Blog Posts by Thomas Eisenmann published on May 15, 2013
“Harvard Business School Professor Tom Eisenmann annually compiles the best blog posts on technology startup management. You’ll find 72 posts from successful entrepreneurs and venture capitalists, such as Fred Wilson, Steve Blank, Ash Maurya, Joel Spolsky, and Ben Yoskovitz. Entertaining and informative.”
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Chapter 20. Designing the Data Center Infrastructure Data Center Fundamentals by Mauricio Arregoces - CCIE No. 3285, Maurizio Portolani
“Preemption also has its drawbacks: after reloading, the HSRP primary router could preempt before rebuilding the routing table and installing the FIB entries in the hardware.”
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Disciplined Entrepreneurship: 24 Steps to a Successful Startup by Bill Aulet published on Aug. 12, 2013
“One of the best books on entrepreneurship I've ever read. It's concise, yet covers crucial steps that many startups overlook.”
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Vagrant: Up and Running by Mitchell Hashimoto published on June 5, 2013
“This book provides a deeper look into Vagrant configuration and is a great companion to the web documentation. Thanks for Vagrant Mitchell!”
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Cisco TrustSec LiveLessons by Natalie Timms published on April 1, 2015
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Working with Key-Value Pairs Learning Spark by Patrick Wendell, Matei Zaharia, Holden Karau, Andy Konwinski

Data in all domains is getting bigger. How can you work with it efficiently? This book introduces Apache Spark, the open source cluster computing system that makes data analytics fast to write and fast to run. With Spark, you can tackle big datasets quickly through simple APIs in Python, Java ...

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Data Movement Hadoop Application Architectures by Jonathan Seidman, Mark Grover, Ted Malaska, Gwen Shapira
“a variable length file may not be a good fit for Hive”
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Be Your Customer's Hero by Adam Toporek published on April 22, 2015

Use policies and Cisco® ACI to make data centers more flexible and configurable—and deliver far more business value

Using the policy driven data center approach, networking professionals can accelerate and simplify changes to the data center, construction of cloud infrastructure, and delivery of new applications. As you improve data ...

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Class Employee Swift™ for Programmers by Harvey Deitel, Paul J. Deitel
“To obtain the locale-specific String representation of an NSDate, we first create an object of class NSDateFormatter (line 23) and configure its timeStyle, dateStyle and locale properties (lines 24–26). The NSDateFormatterStyle enumeration constant NoStyle (line 24) indicates that the formatted NSDate should not include time information. The NSDateFormatterStyle enumeration constant LongStyle (line 25) indicates that the date should be formatted in a style that includes the complete month name, day and year. Line 26 indicates that formatting should be performed based on the locale of the computer on which the program executes.”
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Curriculum Design and Classroom Management by Information Resources Management Association published on April 30, 2015
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Learning pandas by Michael Heydt published on April 16, 2015
“One problem with the alternate ASN being prepended when receiving the routes is that other iBGP peers will drop the network prefixes as part of a routing loop detection”
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Data Science at the Command Line by Jeroen Janssens published on Oct. 10, 2014
“I learned more useful command-line tools in two chapters than I have in the last decade.”
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