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“AngularJS form validation is based on honoring standard HTML attributes applied to form elements, such as type and required. Form validation is performed automatically, but some work is required to display validation feedback to the user and to integrate the overall validation results into an application.”
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Adobe InDesign CC Digital Classroom by AGI Creative Team, Christopher Smith published on Aug. 26, 2013
“If the designer finds the output patterns/waveforms during simulation do not match what he or she expects, the design needs to be debugged.”
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The Outside Edge: How Outsiders Can Succeed in a World Made by Insiders by Robert Kelsey published on yesterday
“It’s a mistake to assume that one path to agility is the right path for everyone. Today's organizations are complex adaptive systems that will react in unpredictable ways when change is introduced. In this video Jason Little presents a four-step model that will help you shape your path to business agility. In addition, this video talks about how to leverage the Lean Startup method even if your organization is not a startup.”
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Origination: The Geographies of Brands and Branding by Andy Pike published on May 26, 2015
“When a wireless network is designed, two concepts that typically compete with each other are capacity and coverage”
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Reducing Unwelcome Surprises in Project Management by Ranga V. Ramasesh, Tyson R. Browning published on April 1, 2015
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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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“The normal way for a class to allow a client to obtain an instance is to provide a public constructor. There is another, less widely known technique that should also be a part of every programmer's toolkit.”
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Learning Python, 5th Edition by Mark Lutz published on June 26, 2013
“If you want to write high-quality, efficient code that's easily integrated with other languages and tools, this hands-on book will help you be productive with Python quickly -- whether you're new to programming or just new to Python. It's an easy-to-follow self-paced tutorial, based on author and Python expert Mark Lutz's popular training course.”
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Jugaad Innovation: Think Frugal, Be Flexible, Generate Breakthrough Growth by Jaideep Prabhu, Navi Radjou, Simone Ahuja published on April 1, 2012
“Jugaad Innovation argues that the creative approaches to problem-solving born from the scarcity of resources in markets like India may be the secret to innovation success even in the most resource-abundant economies. A clever twist on the conventional wisdom that the best management practices are found in mature economies.”
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Learning Apache Maven by Kevin Bowersox published on April 10, 2015

The Complete Guide to Writing More Maintainable, Manageable, Pleasing, and Powerful Ruby Applications

Ruby’s widely admired ease of use has a downside: Too many Ruby and Rails applications have been created without concern for their long-term maintenance or evolution. The Web is awash in Ruby code that is now ...

“The vapor leaving the first stage is in equilibrium with the liquid leaving the first stage”
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Beginning Android Wearables by Andres Calvo published on April 1, 2015
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Chapter 1. VoiceXML Introduction Voice Application Development with VoiceXML by Leon Henry Squire, Rick Beasley, Kenneth Michael Farley, John O'Reilly

Voice Application Development with Voice XML works from an application-centric approach, detailing how a programmer proficient in standard web application development tools and techniques can build voice-based applications and interfaces. The book presents both the structure and vocabulary of VoiceXML-the primary enabling technology for voice application development-as well as the ...

“The star schema is a compromise between a fully normalized and a denormalized model”
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Beginning C# Programming by Eric Lippert published on March 27, 2015
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Mastering TypeScript by Nathan Rozentals published on April 23, 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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Perl 6 and Parrot Essentials, Second Edition by Allison Randal, Dan Sugalski, Leopold Tötsch published on June 22, 2004
“A fascinating book on, what was and—for most people—largely remains, a hypothetical language. Both interesting as a text on language design and implementation, and as a cultural artifcact of a large and significant programming community.”
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