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“Selectors As its name implies, a selector is used to select or point to one or more specific elements within your page. A number of different selectors are available, giving you fine control over what elements you want to style. The selector answers the first question: What element of the page must be styled? The next section shows you the four most important types of selectors.”
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Working With Sample Data by Priscilla Chaffe-Stengel published on Aug. 5, 2011
“We try to create outer conditions that we believe will make us happy. But it is the mind itself that translates outer conditions into happiness or suffering.”
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Building Java 8 Web Applications with Microservices by Trisha Gee published on Aug. 26, 2015
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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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Puppet Best Practices by Chris Barbour published on Sept. 15, 2015
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“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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50 Top Tools for Coaching, 3rd Edition by Gillian Jones, Ro Gorell published on Sept. 3, 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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“In the previous example, the Scala interpreter infers the type of arg to be String, since String is the element type of the array on which you're calling foreach. If you'd prefer to be more explicit, you can mention the type name, but when you do you'll need to wrap the argument portion in parentheses (which is the normal form of the syntax anyway):”
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“When it comes to developing leadership skills, the importance of asking good questions and effectively listening to answers are often given short shrift. Yet they are amazingly powerful techniques -- not just to gain new insights but to develop trust, loyalty, and commitment. Leaders who ask almost invariably outperform those who simply tell.”
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QuickStart! - Python by Kenneth Reitz published on March 26, 2010
“Python is an elegant, dynamic programming language that suits any need, from web applications development to infrastructure analysis. Used for Google's internal architecture, Python is literally everywhere on the Web. This practical QuickStart! course starts from a beginner level and walks you through all the basic concepts of the language.”
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Automotive Sensors by John Turner published on March 1, 2009

“For software developers of all experience levels looking to improve their results, and design and implement domain-driven enterprise applications consistently with the best current state of professional practice, Implementing Domain-Driven Design will impart a treasure trove of knowledge hard won within the DDD and enterprise application architecture communities over the ...

“The star schema is a compromise between a fully normalized and a denormalized model”
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Introduction to Foreign Exchange Rates by Thomas J. O'Brien published on Oct. 7, 2013

AngularJS is the leading framework for building dynamic JavaScript applications that take advantage of the capabilities of modern browsers and devices. AngularJS, which is maintained by Google, brings the power of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern to the client, providing the foundation for complex and rich web apps. It allows you ...

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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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Fiscal Policy within the IS-LM Framework by Shahdad Naghshpour published on Jan. 17, 2014
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“But the expression data[j] can be used to retrieve the respective element. For example, we can find the index of the maximum element of a list as follows:”
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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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