As a long-time fan of all things related to the Theory of Constraints, I was extremely pleased and honored to be able to join the early review program for The Goal: A Business Graphic Novel. This book has been the foundation of so much that has driven manufacturing to new levels and then into any
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I love beta programs because you get a view inside the development cycle and have an intimate understanding of what is coming next. What was interesting to me was taking this book in “Early Release” format, and it was as exciting as any product I’ve previewed! People, process, and technology, when put together properly, are
There is some really great work coming out the various “stack” products, and for Apache CloudStack is very certainly one of the popular environments we see out there. I decided to look at the Apache CloudStack Cloud Computing book to guide me through the process and it was just what I needed! One of the
Every once in a while I happen upon a book that is an unstoppable read. This was one of those books. As a behavioral analysis nerd (as in I read stuff like DSM-IV for fun), and a massive fan of diving into psychology to understand how people use systems, this is a one-stop-shop for me.
UPDATE 11/21/2013: That’s right folks! It’s time to order your TroubleShooting vSphere Storage guide because it’s now available. Order through Packt directly by clicking the image on the right, or through Amazon by clicking this link and make sure to reach out to Mike to say congratulations! With all of the administrative work that
It was a real pleasure to read the Active Directory – Designing, Deploying, and Running Active Directory by Brian Desmond, Joe Richards, Robbie Allen, Alistair Lowe-Norris from O’Reilly Press. One of the first technology books that I bought was the first edition of the book, so it was a nice throwback to the original by