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“In addition, making that form as beautiful as possible is what elevates designing above just plopping stuff in front of an audience and letting them pick through it, like hyenas mulling over a dismembered carcass.”
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CompTIA® A+® Complete Deluxe Study Guide: Exams 220-901 and 220-902, 3rd Edition by Emmett Dulaney, Quentin Docter, Toby Skandier published on Jan. 5, 2016
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Arguments Thinking with Data by Max Shron
“Arguments are built around claims. Before hearing an argument, there are some statements the audience would not endorse. After all the analyzing, mapping, modeling, graphing, and final presentation of the results, we think they should agree to these statements. These are the claims. Put another way, a claim is a statement that could be reasonably doubted but that we believe we can make a case for. All arguments contain one or more claims.”
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Handbook of Research on Military, Aeronautical, and Maritime Logistics and Operations by Alberto Ochoa-Zezzatti, Jöns Sánchez, Margain de Lourdes, Miguel Gastón Cedillo-Campos published on Feb. 2, 2016
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Kill the Company: End the Status Quo, Start an Innovation Revolution by Lisa Bodell published on May 15, 2012
“Most traditional organizational structures, where process trumps culture and where output trumps input, have innovation in a choke hold, says author Lisa Bodell. This book is designed to help release you and your colleagues from the constraints of typical corporate culture and to let innovation flourish. Kill the Company is a guide for simplifying and streamlining, then building and maintaining a place where everyone’s innovative spirit and energy fuel the long-term goals of your organization.”
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Software Architecture and Design Illuminated by Chong-wei Xu, Kai Qian, Lixin Tao, Xiang Fu published on June 23, 2009
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Microservices Building Microservices by Sam Newman
“A strong factor in helping us answer how small? is how well the service aligns to team structures. If the codebase is too big to be managed by a small team, looking to break it down is very sensible. We’ll talk more about organizational alignment later on”
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Beginning Web Components with Dart by Stone River eLearning published on Jan. 31, 2016
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The Design of Everyday Things: Revised and Expanded Edition by Don Norman published on Nov. 5, 2013
“Even the smartest among us can feel inept as we fail to figure out which light switch or oven burner to turn on, or whether to push, pull, or slide a door. The fault, argues this ingenious book, lies not in ourselves, but in product design that ignores the needs of users and the principles of cognitive psychology.”
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Chapter 5, Limits Intertwingled by Peter Morville
“A strategy is a plan, but it’s also a pattern, a position, and a perspective.”
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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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“Refreshingly straightforward, this is a great, no-nonsense, practical approach to learning Python.”
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jQuery for Beginners by Stone River eLearning published on Nov. 30, 2015

Unique prospective on the big data analytics phenomenon for both business and IT professionals

The availability of Big Data, low-cost commodity hardware and new information management and analytics software has produced a unique moment in the history of business. The convergence of these trends means that we have the capabilities ...

“Developers are creatures of habit and are generally very opinionated. You cannot just go there and tell them what to do. The most efficient way to introduce a technical practice is to lead by example. Ask them to pair with you and show them how you do it.”
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International Journal of Monitoring and Surveillance Technologies Research (IJMSTR) Volume 3, Issue 1 by Konstantina Nikita, Nikolaos Bourbakis published on Jan. 1, 2015

An Essential Guide to Understanding and Implementing IP Routing Protocols

Cisco’s authoritative single-source guide to IP routing protocols for enterprise and service provider environments

Service providers and large enterprises are converging on a common IP infrastructure that supports rapid deployment of high-value services. Demand is soaring for highly skilled ...

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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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Kanban In 30 days by Jannika Björkholm, Tomas Björkholm published on July 3, 2015
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Python for Data Science For Dummies by John Paul Mueller, Luca Massaron published on July 7, 2015
“The star schema is a compromise between a fully normalized and a denormalized model”
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“Steve Holden delivers concise and approachable guidance to the fundamental language features that make Python the powerful and human programming language it is.”
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