The Business Of Naming Things

Author: Michael Coffey
Publisher:
ISBN: 1934137863
Size: 20.92 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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"Among these eight stories, a fan of writer (and fellow adoptee) Harold Brodkey gains an audience with him at his life's end; two pals take a Joycean sojourn; a man in the business of naming things meets a woman who may not be what she seems; a father discovers his son is suspected in an assassination attempt on the President. In each tale, Coffey's exquisite attention to character and nuance underlies the brutally honest perspectives of his disenchanted fathers, damaged sons, and orphans left feeling perpetually disconnected"--

Javascript Domain Driven Design

Author: Philipp Fehre
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781784391140
Size: 11.77 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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JavaScript backs some of the most advanced applications. It is time to adapt modern software development practices from JavaScript to model complex business needs. JavaScript Domain-Driven Design allows you to leverage your JavaScript skills to create advanced applications. You'll start with learning domain-driven concepts and working with UML diagrams. You'll follow this up with how to set up your projects and utilize the TDD tools. Different objects and prototypes will help you create model for your business process and see how DDD develops common language for developers and domain experts. Context map will help you manage interactions in a system. By the end of the book, you will learn to use other design patterns such as DSLs to extend DDD with object-oriented design base, and then get an insight into how to select the right scenarios to implement DDD.

Semantics In Business Systems

Author: Dave McComb
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann
ISBN: 1558609172
Size: 18.16 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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The book illustrates how this applies to the future of application system development, especially how it informs and affects Web services and business rule-based approaches, and how semantics will play out with XML and the semantic Web. The book also contains a quick reference guide to related terms and technologies.

The Business Of Android Apps Development

Author: Mark Rollins
Publisher: Apress
ISBN: 9781430239437
Size: 10.23 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The growing but still evolving success of the Android platform has ushered in a second mobile technology “gold rush” for apps developers, but with well over 100,000 apps and counting in the Google Android Market and now the Amazon Android Appstore, it has become increasingly difficult for new applications to stand out in the crowd. Achieving consumer awareness and sales longevity for your Android app requires a lot of organization and some strategic planning. Written for today's Android apps developer or apps development shop, The Business of Android Apps Development shows how to incorporate marketing and business savvy into every aspect of the design and development process, giving your application the best possible chance of succeeding in the the various Android app stores and markets. This book takes you step-by-step through cost-effective marketing, public relations and sales techniques that have proven successful for professional Android app creators and indie shops—perfect for independent developers on shoestring budgets. No prior business knowledge is required. This is the book you wish you had read before you launched your first app!