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“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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UML Fundamentals by Simon Bennett published on May 15, 2015
“A more serious problem is that this procedure tends to form an excessively large number of categories.”
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Learning Autodesk Revit Structure 2016 by Tim Dundr published on May 13, 2015
“In Learn Python the Hard Way you'll learn Python by working through 52 brilliantly crafted exercises. Read them. Type their code precisely. (No copying and pasting!) Fix your mistakes. Watch the programs run. As you do, you'll learn how software works; what good programs look like; how to read, write, and think about code; and how to find and fix your mistakes using tricks professional programmers use.”
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Learning Autodesk AutoCAD 3D 2016 by Seth Cohen published on May 21, 2015
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Users Are People, Too Team Geek by Brian W. Fitzpatrick, Ben Collins-Sussman
“How does a new user feel after a minute? Empowered or just confused? What can you do to improve that feeling?”
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Managing People Problems by Eve Ash, Peter Wallbridge, Sadhana Smiles published on April 1, 2015
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Leading Geeks: How to Manage and Lead People Who Deliver Technology by Paul Glen published on Nov. 1, 2002
“Geeks -- as author Paul Glen refers to technology workers -- can be difficult to manage. Their work is often hard to understand. Their deliverables are always late. And they don't respond to traditional methods of command and control. If you want to successfully lead geeks, you'll need to reconsider much of what you already think about leadership. Whether you are leading a tech team for the first time or the fiftieth, this book is an essential resource.”
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“The vapor leaving the first stage is in equilibrium with the liquid leaving the first stage”
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Lean Analytics by Alistair Croll, Benjamin Yoskovitz published on March 11, 2013
“Whether you’re a startup founder trying to disrupt an industry or an intrapreneur trying to provoke change from within, your biggest challenge is creating a product people actually want. This book shows you how to validate your initial idea, find the right customers, decide what to build, how to monetize your business, and how to spread the word.”
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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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The Manager in Red Sneakers by Dina Gerdeman published on June 9, 2014
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Bootstrap Grid System Jump Start Bootstrap by Syed Fazle Rahman

Get a Jump Start on building applications with Bootstrap today!

Originally developed by Twitter, Bootstrap is a framework that making the once-arduous process of crafting fully responsive web designs a breeze! Discover why Bootstrap is fast becoming a favorite tool of top web designers.

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“Customer relationship management (CRM) systems perform MDM for customer data, in addition to other business functions.”
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International Journal of Energy Optimization and Engineering (IJEOE) Volume 4, Issue 3 by Dieu Vo, Gerhard Weber, Pandian Vasant published on July 1, 2015
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A Deliberate Career Being Geek by Michael Lopp

Is it time to become a manager? Join that start-up? Resign in disgust? As a software engineer, at some point you realize there's much more to your career than dealing with code. Author Michael Lopp recalls his own make-or-break moments with Apple, Borland, Netscape, and Symantec in Being Geek ...

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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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Learning Microsoft Excel 2016 for Mac by Guy Vaccaro published on May 20, 2015
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Global Dimensions of Public Administration and Governance: A Comparative Voyage by Eran Vigoda-Gadot, Jos Raadschelders published on Feb. 9, 2015
“This is, however, a very un-Ruby implementation, because the Formatter class does not actually do anything: It simply exists to define the common interface for all the formatter subclasses. There is certainly nothing wrong with this approach in the sense of it working or not working—it does work. Nevertheless, this kind of code runs counter to Ruby’s duck typing philosophy. The ducks would argue (quack?) that HtmlFormatter and PlainTextFormatter already share a common interface because both implement the output_report method. Thus there is no need to artificially grind in the point by creating what is essentially a do-nothing superclass.”
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Graphic Design, Referenced: A Visual Guide to the Language, Applications, and History of Graphic Design by Armin Vit, Bryony Gomez Palacio published on July 1, 2009
“An excellent, beautifully-laid out comprehensive survey of design as a discipline. The principles of the craft, the history of the profession, and the contemporary state of the industry are meticulously chronicled in this book.”
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