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The "must have" book for serious Notes developers

Advantages: Well written and indexed reference to LotusScript and Java
Disadvantages: None

...This book is aimed at people who have been developing in LotusScript or Java within Lotus Notes - this book may not be for you if you are new to these programming environments. The book does not go into detail on good development techniques within Lot ...

tomrhodes 18.08.2000 · Read full review
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Review of Lotus Notes & Domino - Tim Bankes

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Worth a good look

Advantages: Lots of concise info about LotusScript and Java use within Notes/Domino
Disadvantages: thats all there is

...can in no way be classed as a learning tool for anyone trying to get into the world of Lotus Notes development. It’s one of those books that will sit on your desk for weeks, gather a little dust until your mind says “I’m sure there must be a ...

AdamCristos 07.08.2001 · Read full review
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A good introduction to UI issues, but don't stop here!

Advantages: An entertaining and enlightening read for the newcomer to UI design
Disadvantages: Self-contradictory in places and sometimes impractical

I used to think Alan Cooper was a god, but time and experience have taught me otherwise. I still consider this book to be a good introduction to the topic of UI design in Windows(tm), but I am now able to spot its contradictory nature. While the ideas pre ...

malross 05.09.2000 · Read full review

Review of About Face - Alan Cooper

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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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The bible for usability (Don't Make Me Think! - Steve Krug)

Advantages: Full of seemingly obvious pointers
Disadvantages: Steve Krug isn't in my team

Don't Make Me Think! - Steve Krug is sub-titled "A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability", but it's much more than that. The principals can be applied to many other areas where you expect s 'user' to be able to use something. So, if you are interested ...

ManicMorFF 17.05.2009 · Read full review
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