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Brett McLaughlin works in cloud computing, focusing on scalable cloud platforms, and staging and distributing petabyte-scale data stores. His experience leading projects on contracts with NASA and Amazon Web Services has given him unique vision and expertise in the practical concerns of cloud-based vis mere architectures and large data sets. He remains an informed leader with the ability to program and fix problems with his own hands, while still staying focused on defining and executing large visions within extraordinary organizations and with teams of all sizes. vis mindre

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Java & XML, 2nd Edition: Solutions to Real-World Problems (2000) — Forfatter — 327 eksemplarer
Head Rush Ajax (2006) 248 eksemplarer
What Is HTML5? (2011) 75 eksemplarer
PHP & MySQL: The Missing Manual (2011) 41 eksemplarer
Java and XML Data Binding (2002) 38 eksemplarer
What Is Node? (2011) 36 eksemplarer
What Is HTML5? (2011) 8 eksemplarer
What Is Node? (2011) 2 eksemplarer
Programming Kotlin Applications / (2020) 2 eksemplarer
Java i XML. (2007) 2 eksemplarer
Java e XML (2001) 1 eksemplar
Java en XML (2001) 1 eksemplar

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The title says it all....

Good paper for explaining what Node is, what it is that it does, what it is best at and so forth. A must read for anyone thinking whether or not they should invest time on learning it.
Miguel.Arvelo | 1 anden anmeldelse | Jun 9, 2020 |
A free essay for the Kindle. Not sure how to review as I already am very familiar with HTML and it was free. I really think even wikipedia,, and other internet sites (even ones that tutor more advanced HTML programming) do a better job explaining generically to users not familiar with the concept. And looking to the right as I am writing a review -- goodreads doesn't do a bad job giving some html coding to jump into, LOL. I guess this is exactly what it purports to be. I don't think it's particularly satisfying either to the layman or to the more technical. Not for programmers or others wanting to actually code HTML; but, then again, that's what the "book" description says.… (mere)
Spurts | Oct 29, 2015 |
A (very quick) flyby of Node.js and a little thought about generalization as opposed to specialization.
jefware | 1 anden anmeldelse | Mar 15, 2012 |

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