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'A' Level Information Technology - very respectable

Advantages: Nice layout
Disadvantages: Sometimes waffles on a bit

Being a student I probably use this book more frequently than teachers do and so I believe I am more able to write a 'real' review. This 370-page book aims to cover all aspects of the A-level IT course. The book is presented well with short paragraphs an ...

gregrobson 05.08.2000 · Read full review
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Review of A Level Textbooks: A Level Computing - P.M. Heathcote

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A teachers best friend

Advantages: Explains things simply
Disadvantages: Not everything in the book is on the course

...Having just completed my first year of A level computing i could not have done it without this book. This is not sayin that the course can not be completed without this book just that my teacher was totally dependant on it. I completed my course (and ...

leighton_87 30.09.2004 · Read full review
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Review of A Level Textbooks: A Level Computing - P.M. Heathcote

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Does it compute

Advantages: Gets you through the course
Disadvantages: A lot of information you dont need.

I am currently studying A level computing and using this book to study from. It is a well structured book with all the different topics in well ordered chapters and sections. It comprises the whole AQA course from AS to A-level. The language used is ve ...

davemhowe 21.11.2002 · Read full review
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Beginning XNA 3.0 Game programming From Novice to Professional

Advantages: Depth of coverage, 3D and skeleton animation included.
Disadvantages: Writing style a little dour and dense

The title 'Beginning XNA 3.0 Game programming From Novice to Professional' seems a little incongruous. Beginner and Pro in the same title? It opens with target audiences, genres and the different roles in a game team. It also discusses game planning incl ...

ilaskey 25.03.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Beginning XNA 3.0 Game Programming - Jose Antonio Leal De Farias

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Really does help you in "Mastering Windows Server 2008 R2"

Advantages: Text and font is a comfortable size, figures are clear, and great price!
Disadvantages: None :)

In my opinion this book provides all the information you'll ever need to plan and implement a Windows Server 2008 R2 environment. Being a student I really like to investigate a book before I buy it and this one looked like it would be a great read, and i ...

duncanw93 17.02.2014 · Read full review
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Review of Mastering Windows Server 2008 R2 - Mark Minasi

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