Sean Kelly

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Ort: Dallas, TX USA
Geburtstag: 30. August
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Propeller-head and foodie who's passionate about palm trees, daughter Ariana, and wife Mary.


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Java 2 Exam Guide, w. CD-ROM (Career++ Certificati&hellip von Barry Boone
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2.0 von 5 Sternen I want my money back!, 21. Juni 2000
The true test of the Java 2 Certification Exam Guide is to actually take the Java 2 Certification exam and see if you pass.
But that's something I'm not going to risk after reading this book.
While there's thoughtful treatment of many Java issues, from the mundane to the esoteric, the presentation of these issues suffers from errors in both substance and typography.
Consider chapter 2, Java Programming Essentials. As you read through the chapter, you manage to ignore the various typos, after all, you already know Java, you're just trying to study for the exam. (It's just annoying to have to put up with them.)
You work through the exercises, and get philosophical… Mehr dazu
Lost Deep Thoughts: Don't Fight the Deepness von Jack Handey
5.0 von 5 Sternen Give us more, Jack!, 5. Juni 2000
Jack Handey's at it again with his characteristic blend of pseudo-feel-good musings. "The Lost Deep Thoughts" features enormously funny observations, remembrances, hypotheses, and situations in Handey's finest style.
Handey returns to his more traditional style of humorous deep thoughts in this volume, featuring briefer musings than in his magnum opus, "Fuzzy Memories." From the dangers of King Kong (kids seeing that huge genitalia), to the king and queen who loved laughing (until they remembered they had the plague), to the problems of owning a robot (having to whip it to get it to fetch the paper in cold winters), this book's loaded with wonderful,… Mehr dazu
Fuzzy Memories von Jack Handey
Fuzzy Memories von Jack Handey
5.0 von 5 Sternen Jack is back!, 26. Mai 2000
Jack Handey (his real name) is back with a pseudo-brilliant collection of delightfully funny semi-philosophical quotations.
Whether you saw his words of infantile wisdom on NBC's series "Saturday Night Live" or had a list of his sidesplitting quotes sent to you by email from a colleague, you're in for a treat with this latest set.
_Fuzzy Memories_ features a themed collection of Handey's "deep thoughts" centered on family and growing up. From his remembrance of challenging a boyhood friend to eat a worm for a million dollars (having only paid him about $9800 as of last week), to going for a Sunday drive with his grandpa (who attempted to sell him into… Mehr dazu