I have trouble with slides. I hate them. I’ve followed a training of presentation to make better ones, and with more or less no slides anymore. I liked that training very much, but it’s difficult to apply to scientific presentations. As such, I’ve decided to read this book who is about scientific presentations (published by IEEE-Wiley) and to see how other people apprehend slides.
There are a lot of books on software project management best practices. But usually, they are not guides to work with people. And it is people who make projects, not money or computers.
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I’ve recently bought a fourth generation Roomba, which is a vacuum cleaning robot. I bought this brand because it is well-known and has a good history of hackable robots. So the next step was to figure out how to hack it, and hence this book.
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I’m a very curious guy, and I wanted to know who is looking at my blog, and for my wife, who is interested by what is viewed on her decoration site (in construction as she wants to make a living of decoration advice). With my hosting service, I have access to Awstats, but Google Analytics seems better suited for data analysis. And this is what this book explains.
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After Advanced Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing, I’m going to review another book from the same serie. As the title hints it, the goal of this book is to introduce the tools that may be used in parallel, grid and distributed computing. This is the layer above the architecture the last book presented.
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This is my first review. I read this book some time ago but I still want to write about it because the topic is very interesting.
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