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Version Control with Git

Version Control with Git

Powerful tools and techniques for collaborative software development

Gary's rating: StarStarStarStarStar 5.0

On Nov 5, 2012 Gary Gragg wrote: Version Control with Git by Loeliger & McCullough
Version Control with Git is written to help those familiar with a Unix/Linux command line shell learn to use Git from the command line.  Each chapter covers a topic so to some degree the chapters can be read out of … Continue reading → Full Review >

Getting Started with Windows 8 Apps

Getting Started with Windows 8 Apps

A Guide to the Windows Runtime

Gary's rating: StarStarStarStarStar 2.0

On Sep 9, 2012 Gary Gragg wrote:
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Android Open Conference 2011: Complete Video Compilation

Android Open Conference 2011: Complete Video Compilation

Gary's rating: StarStarStarStarStar 3.0

On Feb 1, 2012 Gary Gragg wrote:
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Supercharged JavaScript Graphics

Supercharged JavaScript Graphics

with HTML5 canvas, jQuery, and More

Gary's rating: StarStarStarStarStar 3.0

On Sep 24, 2011 Gary Gragg wrote:
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HTML5 Canvas

HTML5 Canvas

Gary's rating: StarStarStarStarStar 4.0

On Jul 16, 2011 Gary Gragg wrote:
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Crap Detection 101: How to Distinguish Good and Bad Information Online

Crap Detection 101: How to Distinguish Good and Bad Information Online

Gary's rating: StarStarStarStarStar 4.0

On Mar 26, 2011 Gary Gragg wrote: Video: Crap Detection 101 by Howard Rheingold (from O’Rielly)
This video series covers the basics of how you judge the validity of information on the internet as well as many other topics.  The video is presented in the format of an informal interview and is done well to keep … Continue reading → Full Review >

The Myths of Innovation

The Myths of Innovation

Gary's rating: StarStarStarStarStar 4.0

On Dec 23, 2010 Gary Gragg wrote: The Myths of Innovation by Scott Berkum
While reading I found it quite clear what my organization does right and what areas we need to work on. Full Review >

HTML5: Up and Running

HTML5: Up and Running

Gary's rating: StarStarStarStarStar 4.0

On Dec 10, 2010 Gary Gragg wrote: A good intro to HTML5 Features
This book is well written and does a good job with what it is trying to do. This book brings up many of the new features that are added with HTML5 and gives enough details to get the reader started playing with the features. In some areas there is quite a lot of detail, but the reader will want to use examples and details on the web to augment the book when programming. Full Review >

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