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Software Innovation By Jeremy Rose
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Software Innovation: eight work-style heuristics for creative system developers. Innovation is the forgotten key to modern systems development - the element that defines the enterprising engineer,... More > the thriving software firm and the cutting edge software application. Traditional forms of technical education pay little attention to creativity – often encouraging overly rationalistic ways of thinking which stifle the ability to innovate. Professional software developers are often drowned in commercial drudgery and overwhelmed by work pressure and deadlines. The topic that will both ensure success in the market and revitalize their work lives is never addressed. This book sets out the new field of software innovation. It organizes the existing scientific research into eight simple heuristics - guiding principles for organizing a system developer's work-life so that it focuses on innovation.< Less
Software Innovation By Jeremy Rose
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Software Innovation: eight work-style heuristics for creative system developers. Innovation is the forgotten key to modern systems development - the element that defines the enterprising engineer,... More > the thriving software firm and the cutting edge software application. Traditional forms of technical education pay little attention to creativity - often encouraging overly rationalistic ways of thinking which stifle the ability to innovate. Professional software developers are often drowned in commercial drudgery and overwhelmed by work pressure and deadlines. The topic that will both ensure success in the market and revitalize their work lives is never addressed. This book sets out the new field of software innovation. It organizes the existing scientific research into eight simple heuristics -- guiding principles for organizing a system developer's work-life so that it focuses on innovation.< Less
Software Innovation By Jeremy Rose
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Software Innovation: eight work-style heuristics for creative system developers. Innovation is the forgotten key to modern systems development - the element that defines the enterprising engineer,... More > the thriving software firm and the cutting edge software application. Traditional forms of technical education pay little attention to creativity – often encouraging overly rationalistic ways of thinking which stifle the ability to innovate. Professional software developers are often drowned in commercial drudgery and overwhelmed by work pressure and deadlines. The topic that will both ensure success in the market and revitalize their work lives is never addressed. This book sets out the new field of software innovation. It organizes the existing scientific research into eight simple heuristics - guiding principles for organizing a system developer's work-life so that it focuses on innovation.< Less
Essays In Personalizable Software By Gerry Stahl
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The idea of personalizable software is fashionable today. I explored it in a number of software prototypes a decade or two earlier. The perspectives mechanism in Hermes, my dissertation software... More > system, was an initial major initiative in this direction. WebNet was a follow-up system to integrate the perspective mechanism into discussion-forum collaboration software. Subsequent systems explored personalization mechanisms in systems for work and for learning, including TCA for teachers developing and sharing curriculum and systems for automated critics in design systems or reviewers of journal articles. In each case, the mechanisms were intended to support users to view and discuss materials from their personal perspectives and to share those views with others to encourage building group perspectives. The volume is organized in terms of essays on (a) structured hypermedia, (b) personalizable software, (c) software perspectives and (d) applications to health care, education and publishing.< Less
Free Accounting with Free Software By Yogesh Patel
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This is a step by step visual guide that helps you organize your accounts without having to learn it all. Just select what you want to do from the list of tasks, see how it is done, complete the job,... More > and put the book away. As a result, learn as you go!If you run a business or you are just starting out in business, SAVE THOUSANDS with the only book and free software you need. Accredited by the Institute for Accounting with Free Software, and also designated as a text book for all their qualifications in Bookkeeping, including the courses in association with the Oxford, Cambridge and RSA board, the book includes a sample IAB Question Paper showing how required tasks can be completed. The IAB has also officially acknowledged the book as 'a useful and cost effective tool in the pursuit of efficient financial management'. The software compares with most commercial software offering extensive stock management, Uk PAYE,email shots etc. All for free!< Less
Essays In Personalizable Software By Gerry Stahl
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The idea of personalizable software is fashionable today. I explored it in a number of software prototypes a decade or two earlier. The perspectives mechanism in Hermes, my dissertation software... More > system, was an initial major initiative in this direction. WebNet was a follow-up system to integrate the perspective mechanism into discussion-forum collaboration software. Subsequent systems explored personalization mechanisms in systems for work and for learning, including TCA for teachers developing and sharing curriculum and systems for automated critics in design systems or reviewers of journal articles. In each case, the mechanisms were intended to support users to view and discuss materials from their personal perspectives and to share those views with others to encourage building group perspectives. The volume is organized in terms of essays on (a) structured hypermedia, (b) personalizable software, (c) software perspectives and (d) applications to health care, education and publishing.< Less
The "People Power" Education Superbook: Book 34. Computer - High Tech Guide (Computer Education - Certification, Programming, News, Products, Repair, Freeware, Software) By Tony Kelbrat
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This is a basic, all-around computer book. I tell you where to go to learn more. It's not heavy on tedious, specific technical details. If you want that, just go to your local library or to online... More > computer bookstores. Computer instruction books are at #002-006 at the library, internet website books at #025.04 or HQ755, QA76.5 and TK5105. You could go to your local library, both the stacks and the reference section and see some of the neat computer books they have there. You can also look at computer magazines. A computer's hardware consists of the physical components necessary to operate and interact with a computer. Since a computer's primary language is binary, devices are necessary to convert our input into that language. The binary code coming out of the computer must also be translated into something usable for the operator.< Less
Energize Education Through Open Source: Using Open Source Software to Enhance Learning By Christopher Whittum, M.Ed.
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For many schools in today’s economy, money is tight, and costs must be closely monitored. With this in mind, there is one area where educators can save: free, open source software. In Energize... More > Education through Open Source, Christopher D. Whittum explains the ins and outs of a huge repository of educational and productivity software that is available and open source. Filled with practical examples, this guide shares how this software and hardware can be obtained, provides suggestions for integrating it, and shows how schools can find the options that work best for their students and teachers. Whittum, who has worked with computers for more than thirty years, addresses and explains the Linux operating system, discusses how the open source products can be integrated into existing curricula, and provides suggestions for applications that could serve as aids to learning. Energize Education Through Open Source provides a feasible technology solution for schools facing financial barriers.< Less
Energize Education through Open Source: Using Open Source Software to Enhance Learning By Christopher Whittum, M.Ed.
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For many schools in today’s economy, money is tight, and costs must be closely monitored. With this in mind, there is one area where educators can save: free, open source software. In Energize... More > Education through Open Source, Christopher D. Whittum explains the ins and outs of a huge repository of educational and productivity software that is available and open source. Filled with practical examples, this guide shares how this software and hardware can be obtained, provides suggestions for integrating it, and shows how schools can find the options that work best for their students and teachers. Whittum, who has worked with computers for more than thirty years, addresses and explains the Linux operating system, discusses how the open source products can be integrated into existing curricula, and provides suggestions for applications that could serve as aids to learning. Energize Education Through Open Source provides a feasible technology solution for schools facing financial barriers.< Less
Computing, A Precis on Systems, Software & Hardware By Andreas Sofroniou
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The world of computing got smaller in 1993 in terms of both new ultra-small computing systems and the downsizing of giant computer corporations. Yet for all its shrinkage, the computing industry also... More > reached out in a big way. The new, small computers were equipped with wireless networking systems, and home and office computers were offered the promise of networking with other computers worldwide on a data superhighway. Today, computing is affecting work and leisure alike, increasingly involved in factory and business operations, networking, defence, medicine, education and the domestic environment. Computers and their systems are influencing attitudes to privacy, employment and other social issues. To this effect, the reader must remember that the construction of a system is as complex as a house built in a swamp. It does, therefore, require careful planning and design. Just as a house must have an architect’s plan, so does a system. It must have requirements, system objectives and a blueprint.< Less