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Mountain Munchies: Flapjacks - Recipes for Outdoor Sports Enthusiasts By Ruth Gibson
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I'm Ruth Gibson and I have been volunteering in a busy rock climbing guest house in Spain since 2015. I make flapjacks there and they are very popular! During this time, I have been asked many, many... More > times for the recipe, and so I decided to make this book. Not wanting to make just a recipe book, this book also contains nutritional information on the ingredients and how they can help improve your sports performance. This collection has ideas for new and interesting flavours, including vegan, lactose-free and gluten-free recipes. Hopefully, I have created the perfect flapjack book for hill-walkers, rock climbers, mountain bikers, scuba divers, trail runners and anybody who loves adventuring outdoors! Flapjacks are the perfect accompaniment to outdoor activities because they are light to carry, don't take up much space in your bag, provide essential energy and, most importantly, are yummy!< Less
THE ECLECTIC 18: Maniacs on a Mission By Phillip Gary Smith
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“Phillip sees things in a different light and has a way of conveying his thoughts to a legion of fans that read his column, including the subjects he sometimes had to criticize. That takes a... More > unique writer.” Rob Geiger, Managing Partner, Geiger Media Global, Inc. What’s it like to be a maniac on a mission? From the worlds of performance engineering, product development, drag racing, auto racing and human creativity, go beyond with THE ECLECTIC 18. Learn tipping points key to the success of The Justice Brothers oil empire uncovered only here. Realize lessons from Funny Car NHRA pioneer John Force's rise to racing supremacy and how his success ̶̶ and failures ̶ may improve your life. Discover the “Top Ten Tommy Teachings,” shocking ways to survive absolute terminal cancer from one driven competitor. Absorb how a car known as Big Noise II dominated a man’s life and a tragedy. What about “My First Car” of yours; how does it stack up against Hugh Hefner's, Steve McQueen's, and many others you will know?< Less
Dance Psychology By Peter Lovatt
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Dance Psychology is the study of dance and dancers from a scientific, psychological perspective. Written by Dr Peter Lovatt (AKA Dr Dance), this Dance Psychology textbook provides a general... More > introduction to the Psychology of Dance and then it delves in to eleven of the most central questions concerning Dance Psychology. Are humans born to dance? Does the way you move your body change the way you think? Will dancing make people happier? Can dancing put people in to a trance-like state? Will a person's dance confidence change across the lifespan? Does dancing make people healthier? Why do we enjoy watching some dance performances more than others? How do dancers remember so many dance routines? Why don’t dancers get dizzy? Will dancing improve a person's self-esteem? How do we communicate emotions with our body? Drawing on academic literature, this book is engaging, technical and, in places, critical; it is essential reading for anyone with an interest in Dance Psychology.< Less
NRS 451V GRAND CANYON WEEK 3 DISCUSSION LATEST By Jon Snow
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NRS 451V GRAND CANYON WEEK 3 DISCUSSION LATEST Just Click on Below Link to Download This Course: URL= http://www.tutorialsexperts.us/product/nrs-451v-grand-canyon-week-3-discussion-latest/ Contact... More > US HELP@TUTORIALSEXPERTS.US NRS 451V Grand Canyon Week 3 Discussion Latest NRS 451v GC Week 3 Discussion 1 Latest You have an idea to improve patient care that you would like upper management to support and fund. What type of communication tool would you use to present your idea and why? NRS 451v GC Week 3 Discussion 2 Latest What differentiates someone that is intrinsically motivated from someone that is extrinsically motivated? Give an example of how you would go about motivating an individual who is intrinsically motivated and one who is extrinsically motivated. What are the characteristics of a performance-driven team?< Less
C++ for dinosaurs: Guide for readable, maintainable, reusable and faster code (Hardcover) By Nick Economidis
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This is a guide for creating readable, maintainable, reusable and faster code. No object oriented programming is involved. Out of all techniques which aim to improve your product's quality,... More > readability has the highest return on effort. - Quality: Bugs are found mostly by reviewing other people's code. You can't review somebody else's code if you cannot read it. Bugs are not found by unit-tests, because unit-tests are created to capture errors that are known to exist. - Efficiency: Maintenance takes about 80% of developers' time. Therefore, spending some time in writing better code will save you more time during maintenance. - Performance: Unreadable code is difficult to reason about. Any opportunities for optimisation that may exist are often impossible to spot. The six techniques described are easy, therefore: - students can apply them - C programmers can follow it without changing programming paradigm - you can write idiomatic C++, instead of writing like C, Java, or Fortran.< Less
C++ for dinosaurs: Guide for readable, maintainable, reusable and faster code By Nick Economidis
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This is a guide for creating readable, maintainable, reusable and faster code. No object oriented programming is involved. Out of all techniques which aim to improve your product's quality,... More > readability has the highest return on effort. - Quality: Bugs are found mostly by reviewing other people's code. You can't review somebody else's code if you cannot read it. Bugs are not found by unit-tests, because unit-tests are created to capture errors that are known to exist. - Efficiency: Maintenance takes about 80% of developers' time. Therefore, spending some time in writing better code will save you more time during maintenance. - Performance: Unreadable code is difficult to reason about. Any opportunities for optimisation that may exist are often impossible to spot. The six techniques described are easy, therefore: - students can apply them - C programmers can follow it without changing programming paradigm - you can write idiomatic C++, instead of writing like C, Java, or Fortran.< Less

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