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Book Review | Creative Close-Ups | Wiley
I recently received some books to review around my favorite hobby, photography. I can't wait to get some time to go through all of them, but the first one that caught my attention was Creative Close-Ups: Digital Photography Tips and Techniques by Harold Davis. This is a book about Macro photography, which is a sub-hobby of my hobby. Macro photography is taking close-up photos of small subjects or higher detail of subjects. When most people get a camera, they love taking pictures of flowers. To be ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 10, 2010 9:59 AM

Book Review | The C# Programming Language, Fourth Edition | Addison Wesley
The C# Programming Language, Fourth Edition by Anders Hejlsberg, Mads Torgersen, Scott Wiltamuth, and Peter Golde Publisher: Addison Wesley (Special Annotated Edition for C# 4.0) I can honestly say I have had a copy of this book for each edition it was published. I love this book and have always loved it. Ever since Microsoft stopped publishing the White Reference Guides we used to all have back in the day, Addison Wesley has became my reference book dealer. These White cover books with the most ......

Posted On Friday, November 5, 2010 6:27 AM

Review | Me and My MacBook Air
So we are at almost two weeks since I purchased the 11 inch MacBook Air and the question would be asked, would you buy it again now that you had one? The answer, absolutely. I am amazed at the speed. Engadget suggested that it was slow on their podcast, but I have to disagree. I only have the 2gb and 1.4ghz model as well, the only upgrade I was able to purchase at the store was the 128gb SSD. I would say it is fast enough for what I use it for. Blogging, Word, Outlook, Excel, surfing, music, video ......

Posted On Thursday, November 4, 2010 2:31 AM

Book Review | Advanced .NET Debugging (Addison Wesley) by Mario Hewardt
We I first received this book, I was not sure what to expect. When it comes to development topics on debugging the spectrum is very wide. Most developers, including myself, only use basic techniques for day-to-day debugging. These get us through our problems quickly and they work well for 80% of the bugs we encounter. We forgot to close a connection, we didn't set a variable, we forgot to exit a loop, we fat fingered a variable name. All of these are daily errors we as developers face and fix with ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 2, 2010 12:36 AM

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