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Lobsters Scream When You Boil Them
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Lobsters Scream When You Boil Them ab 15.09 € als epub eBook: And 100 Other Myths About Food and Cooking . . . Plus 25 Recipes to Get It Right Every Time. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Haus & Heim, Essen & Trinken,

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Stand: 01.12.2020
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Lobsters Scream When You Boil Them
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Lobsters Scream When You Boil Them ab 14.7 EURO And 100 Other Myths About Food and Cooking . . . Plus 25 Recipes to Get It Right Every Time

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Implementing Effective Code Reviews
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The ideal code review process differs from organization to organization, but the needs all boil down to the same foundational factors. A software development team cannot properly grow if its code reviews are not consistent, straightforward, and aspire to hit several company goals at once, such as security, performance, longevity, and more. Implementing Effective Code Reviews is the manual your team has been seeking.Author Giuliana Carullo uses her expert background to guide you through the basics of building and maintaining clean code, and she is known for distilling complex concepts into entertaining and easy-to-grasp lessons. Healthy code requires incremental improvements, and knowing how to execute this is essential for conducting effective reviews on your team. While complex and fancy code can be interesting to work with, it will not always achieve business goals or solve urgent problems. Good coding practices are at the heart of a high-performing team, and Carullo instills these core values in a simple, straight-forward way in Implementing Effective Code Reviews.Whether you are a passionate programmer looking to go the extra mile at the office, or an experienced software engineer seeking a guide to how to improve your leadership and code review process, this book covers it all. With each chapter wrapped up in a handy checklist of crucial takeaways, Carullo has created an essential handbook for coders everywhere. There are a lot of myths that dominate the programming landscape, and Implementing Effective Code Reviews grounds the process and gets to the heart of the matter. What You Will LearnUnderstand how to work with your team to implement effective code reviewsMaster good programming practices that will build healthy codeDiscover how you should tackle different complex areas during code review like, security and performance Who This Book Is ForPassionate programmers willing to go the extra mile to be better at their jobs, new programmers looking to strengthen their programming skills, and experienced software engineers looking for a quick guide on how to review code

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 01.12.2020
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Implementing Effective Code Reviews
37,44 € *
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The ideal code review process differs from organization to organization, but the needs all boil down to the same foundational factors. A software development team cannot properly grow if its code reviews are not consistent, straightforward, and aspire to hit several company goals at once, such as security, performance, longevity, and more. Implementing Effective Code Reviews is the manual your team has been seeking.Author Giuliana Carullo uses her expert background to guide you through the basics of building and maintaining clean code, and she is known for distilling complex concepts into entertaining and easy-to-grasp lessons. Healthy code requires incremental improvements, and knowing how to execute this is essential for conducting effective reviews on your team. While complex and fancy code can be interesting to work with, it will not always achieve business goals or solve urgent problems. Good coding practices are at the heart of a high-performing team, and Carullo instills these core values in a simple, straight-forward way in Implementing Effective Code Reviews.Whether you are a passionate programmer looking to go the extra mile at the office, or an experienced software engineer seeking a guide to how to improve your leadership and code review process, this book covers it all. With each chapter wrapped up in a handy checklist of crucial takeaways, Carullo has created an essential handbook for coders everywhere. There are a lot of myths that dominate the programming landscape, and Implementing Effective Code Reviews grounds the process and gets to the heart of the matter. What You Will LearnUnderstand how to work with your team to implement effective code reviewsMaster good programming practices that will build healthy codeDiscover how you should tackle different complex areas during code review like, security and performance Who This Book Is ForPassionate programmers willing to go the extra mile to be better at their jobs, new programmers looking to strengthen their programming skills, and experienced software engineers looking for a quick guide on how to review code

Anbieter: Dodax
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Lobsters Scream When You Boil Them: And 100 Oth...
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'My first thought when I saw the title of Lobsters Scream When You Boil Them was please, spare me from another irreverent take on serious kitchen happenings. Relief came when I spotted the authors names. Team Bruce Weinstein (chef) and Mark Scarbrough (food writer) have collected culinary notches on their apron belts with a James Beard nomination for Ham: An Obsession with Hindquarters, as authors of the Ultimate series of cookbooks, and as contributors and columnists for food publications -- Cooking Light, Leite's Culinaria, and Weight Watchers.' --Carol Blonder, The Phoenix New Times

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 01.12.2020
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Philosophers at Table
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When you boil it down, one of the most important things we do each day is eat. The question of eating-what, and how-may seem simple at first, but it is dense with complex meanings, reflecting myriad roles that food plays and has played over the centuries. In fact, as Raymond D. Boisvert and Lisa Heldke show in this book, it's difficult to imagine a more philosophically charged act than eating. Philosophers at Table explores the philosophical scaffolding that supports this crucial aspect of everyday life, showing that we are not just creatures with minds, but also with stomachs. Examining a cornucopia of literary works, myths, histories, and film-not to mention philosophical ideas-the authors make the case for a bona fide philosophy of food. They look at Babette's Feast as an argument for hospitality as a central ethical virtue. They compare fast food in Accra to the molecular gastronomy of Spain as a way of considering the nature of food as art. And they bite into a slug-which is, unsurprisingly, completely gross-to explore tasting as a learning tool, a way of knowing. A surprising, original take on something we have not philosophically savored enough, Philosophers at Table invites readers to think in fresh ways about the simple and important act of eating.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 01.12.2020
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Lobsters Scream When You Boil Them: And 100 Oth...
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'My first thought when I saw the title of Lobsters Scream When You Boil Them was please, spare me from another irreverent take on serious kitchen happenings. Relief came when I spotted the authors names. Team Bruce Weinstein (chef) and Mark Scarbrough (food writer) have collected culinary notches on their apron belts with a James Beard nomination for Ham: An Obsession with Hindquarters, as authors of the Ultimate series of cookbooks, and as contributors and columnists for food publications -- Cooking Light, Leite's Culinaria, and Weight Watchers.' --Carol Blonder, The Phoenix New Times

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 01.12.2020
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Philosophers at Table
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When you boil it down, one of the most important things we do each day is eat. The question of eating-what, and how-may seem simple at first, but it is dense with complex meanings, reflecting myriad roles that food plays and has played over the centuries. In fact, as Raymond D. Boisvert and Lisa Heldke show in this book, it's difficult to imagine a more philosophically charged act than eating. Philosophers at Table explores the philosophical scaffolding that supports this crucial aspect of everyday life, showing that we are not just creatures with minds, but also with stomachs. Examining a cornucopia of literary works, myths, histories, and film-not to mention philosophical ideas-the authors make the case for a bona fide philosophy of food. They look at Babette's Feast as an argument for hospitality as a central ethical virtue. They compare fast food in Accra to the molecular gastronomy of Spain as a way of considering the nature of food as art. And they bite into a slug-which is, unsurprisingly, completely gross-to explore tasting as a learning tool, a way of knowing. A surprising, original take on something we have not philosophically savored enough, Philosophers at Table invites readers to think in fresh ways about the simple and important act of eating.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 01.12.2020
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