Prescott Harley and Klein s Microbiology
This edition of 'Microbiology' provides a balanced, comprehensive introduction to all major areas of microbiology. The text is appropriate for students preparing for careers in medicine, dentistry, nursing and allied health, as well as research, teaching and industry.
The SAP Green Book
Thrive After GoLive! -- Overcome implementation mistakes -- Assess your SAP maturity and your users' skills -- Build and sustain a Center of Excellence Breaking news: Implementing SAP doesn't help your business!--It's the actions taken after go-live that ensure continuous success. Learn how to assess your SAP maturity, how to make business talk to IT (and vice versa), how to keep your end users happy, and more. SAP Maturity Is your organization taking full advantage of SAP? Are your end users? In this book, you'll learn what it takes to find out. Center of Excellence Learn how to establish an organization that maintains success with SAP: Discover roles, responsibilities, KPIs, and more. Staffing and Outsourcing What resources do you need to be successful? How do you find providers that are worth your money? How do you keep them motivated? Find the answers here. Measure Success Did your processes actually improve after go-live? By how much? Define indicators and measure performance to understand what you've gained. Michael Doane knows more about what happens when SAP gets implemented than anyone outside of SAP, and many inside. Follow his advice and thrive.- Joshua Greenbaum, Enterprise Applications Consulting Michael Doane has a knack for breaking the complexities of SAP into simple, elemental models for gaining business benefit. His books comprise your go-to guide for SAP success. - Jon Reed, JonERP.com
The SAP Project
Suitable as a reference before starting your next SAP implementation project, this title comes with a preview of what to expect, what questions to ask, and when to take which steps. It also includes: Project requirements; SAP implementation method; Logistical tasks; System integration and contracting; Project planning; and, Work stream model.
The Girls of August
Every August, four women would gather together to spend a week at the beach, renting a new house each year. The ritual began when they were in their twenties and their husbands were in medical school, and became a mainstay of every summer thereafter. Their only criteria was oceanfront and isolation, their only desire to strengthen their far-flung friendships. They called themselves the Girls of August. But when one of the Girls dies tragically, the group slowly drifts apart and their vacations together are brought to a halt. Years later, a new marriage reunites them and they decide to come together once again on a remote barrier island off the South Carolina coast. There, far from civilization, the women make startling discoveries that will change them in ways they never expected.
Diving Beetles of the World
Among the hundreds of thousands of species of beetles, there is one family, containing some 4,300 species, that stands out as one of the most diverse and important groups of aquatic predatory insects. This is the Dytiscidae, whose species are commonly known as diving beetles. No comprehensive treatment of this group has been compiled in over 130 years, a period during which a great many changes in classification and a near quadrupling of known species has occurred. In Diving Beetles of the World, Kelly B. Miller and Johannes Bergsten provide the only full treatments of all 188 Dytiscid genera ever assembled. Entomologists, systematists, limnologists, ecologists, and others with an interest in aquatic systems or insect diversity will find these extensively illustrated keys and taxon accounts immensely helpful. The keys make it possible to identify all taxa from subfamily to genera, and each key and taxon treatment is accompanied by both photographs and detailed pen-and-ink drawings of diagnostic features. Every genus account covers body length, diagnostic characters, classification, species diversity, a review of known natural history, and world distribution. Each account is also accompanied by a range map and at least one high-resolution habitus image of a specimen. Diving beetles are fast becoming important models for aquatic ecology, world biogeography, population ecology, and animal sexual evolution and, with this book, the diversity of the group is finally accessible.
The Developer s Guide to Debugging
Software has bugs. Period. That's true, unfortunately. Even the good old "hello, world" program, known to virtually every C and C++ programmer in the world, can be considered to be buggy. Developing software means having to deal with defects; old ones, new ones, ones you created yourself and those that others brought to life. Software developers debug programs for a living. Hence, good debugging skills are a must-have. That said, I always found it regretable that debugging is hardly taught in engineering schools. Well, it is a tricky subject, and there are no good textbooks. The latter can be helped, I thought. That's how the idea for this book was born. "The Developer's Guide to Debugging" is a book for both professional software developers seeking to broaden their skills and students that want to learn the tricks of the trade from the ground up. With small inlined examples and exercises at the end of each chapter it is well suited to accompany a CS course or lecture. At the same time it can be used as a reference used to address problems as the need arises. This book goes beyond the level of simple source code debugging scenarios. In addition, it covers the most frequent real-world problems from the areas of program linking, memory access, parallel processing and performance analysis. The picture is completed by chapters covering static checkers and techniques to write code that leans well towards debugging. While the focus lies on C and C++, the workhorses of the software industry, one can apply most principles described in "The Developer's Guide to Debugging" to programs written in other languages. The techniques are not restricted to a particular compiler, debugger or operating system. The examples are structured such that they can be reproduced with free open-source software.
Kollhoff Timmermann Architects Hans Kollhoff
This volume is a complete monograph on the work of German architect Hans Kollhoff (b. 1946) and his partner, Helga Timmerman (b. 1953), with whom he has collaborated since 1984.It presents 100 buildings and projects completed by Kollhoff and his firm since the 1970s, beginning with his Project for an Analagous City of 1976 and including competitions, office and multiuse buildings, banks, apartment complexes, and urban planning. Jasper Cepl introduces this book with an investigative essay examining Kollhoff's career and theoretical direction since the late 1960s.Following the introduction are 100 projects presented chronologically, including recent work in Berlin, such as the DaimlerChrysler High-rise Building (2000), the Extension of the Pergamon Museum (2000), and the renovation of the Former Seat of the Reichsbank for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1999).
ABAP to the Future
Are you ready for ABAP 7.5? Keep up with the latest in ABAP development, including new features like Core Data Services, ABAP Managed Database Procedures, and column editing. Learn about exception classes and BOPF objects and jump into the new processes for creating SAPUI5 applications. With this second edition, you're sure to stay on the cutting edge.
The SAP Blue Book
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