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TypeScript For JavaScript Programmers By Steve Fenton
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Fourth Edition In the past few years there have been many attempts to fix perceived problems with JavaScript. The solutions have been many and varied. There are books listing sub-sets of JavaScript... More > that recommend you don't use any other features of the language. There are new languages intended to compile to JavaScript or even replace it in the browser. There was even an attempt to move all interactivity on The Web into proprietary plug-ins that needed to be downloaded for the website to be used. Whether you need one of these solutions very much depends on whether you believe JavaScript is fundamentally broken or not - and I don't think it is. It has it's foibles for certain, but JavaScript is one of the most widely adopted languages in the world and there are good reasons for its success.< Less
Cranked By Steve Fenton et al.
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Cranked helps teams and organisations to effectively deliver software in a changeable or uncertain environment. This book will teach you all about the values, activities and practices that you need... More > to know to delight your customers with your software product. With the techniques in this book you can: - Improve product quality - Release faster and with less errors - Focus on value - Deliver more features - Increase motivation and job satisfaction - Make your customers and end-users happy If you are already working in an agile or lean team, Cranked could accelerate you to the next level. If you are switching to agile or lean - Cranked will help you to avoid common problems in failed agile adoptions. Cranked can be used in any size of organisation to solve complex software development problems.< Less
TypeScript for JavaScript Programmers By Steve Fenton
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This book will quickly introduce you to TypeScript, explain why I think it was created, why you would want to use it and, most importantly, how it works. In the past few years there have been many... More > attempts to fix perceived problems with JavaScript. The solutions have been many and varied. There are books listing sub-sets of JavaScript that recommend you don't use any other features of the language. There are new languages intended to compile to JavaScript or even replace it in the browser. There was even an attempt to move all interactivity on The Web into proprietary plug-ins that needed to be downloaded for the website to be used. Whether you need one of these solutions very much depends on whether you believe JavaScript is fundamentally broken or not - and I don't think it is. It has it's foibles for certain, but JavaScript is one of the most widely adopted languages in the world and there are good reasons for its success.< Less
The Odford English Dictionary By Steve Fenton
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So here it is, a collection from the "New Meanings" section of The Odford English Dictionary. A hand-picked list of around 500 of the best entries, presented to you neatly arranged into... More > several categories by skilled capuchins, edited by the tea boy and accidentally leaked to the public on a series of disks left in the back of a taxi.< Less