Ronald Brown

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Ort: Florham Park, NJ USA
Geburtstag: 26. September
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Leap: A Memoir of Love and Madness in the Internet&hellip von Tom Ashbrook
If you are going to read one book on internet startups read "Burn Rate". This book was interesting in its own way - focusing more on the impact to one's family of doing an internet startup. But I found that story fairly predictable - of course you have to work hard and miss many hours away from home. I found myself wishing the author would get past deciding to commit himself to the venture and tell us more about mechanics of starting the company.
Love to Water My Soul (Dreamcatcher) von Jane Kirkpatrick
This book tells a very nice story (summarized in other reviews). However, I had some trouble getting started with the book as I found it a little slow in the beginning. I found the writing to be a little bit "flowery" and sometimes wished the author was a little more direct. But overall a good book.
Getting Started with Visual C++ 6 with an Introduc&hellip von Harvey M. Deitel
Positives: First I thought the book was very good in that it was very explicit in its examples. Most books have enough ambiguity so that running the examples is cumbersome. Not so in this book where instructions are explicit, examples have no typos and screenshots are useful. I also found the content interesting - it shows you the inner workings of MFC. Finally, I applaud the authors for trying to write a smaller book (only 140 pages compared to 1000 pages for most programming books).
Negatives: The book does not use the Visual C++ wizards. The author states this up front. But who would actually use Visual C++ without the wizard tools? I think after showing the information about… Mehr dazu