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Book review: ECDL3 The Complete Course Book

ECDL3 The Complete Course Book by Brendan Munnelly and Paul Holden Published by [ ] Prentice Hall   (ISBN 0-130-90837-1) cf InformIT Everything you need to pass the European Computer Driving licence I actually read in the local paper about a girl who completed the ECDL course in two months...

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Book review: Using Excel for Windows 95

Special Edition Using Excel for Windows 95 by Ron Person   …   Published by QUE Corporation   (ISBN 0-7897-0112-X) The secrets to unleashing the full power of Excel for Windows 95 – at your fingertips. Quotes the back. Well, I don’t know about secrets as such, but it is...

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Book review: Excel programming

Microsoft Office User Specialist – Microsoft Excel 2000 – Cheat Sheet by Rick Winter Published by [ www.quecorp.com ] QUE   (ISBN 0-7897-2116-3) Didn’t realise it at the time when I picked it up, but this book is actually aimed at professionals wanting to prepare for the MS MOUS exam....

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Book review : Letts Revise A2 Computing

Letts Revise A2 Computing by Roger Legg Published by Letts   (ISBN 1-85805-910-0) Picked up this book by mistake actually, but I must say I like it. Any course that throws the student into the deep end with low-level assembly programming gets my vote. If I didn’t have all my...

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Book review: Javascript programming

Javascript Made Simple by Peter McBride Published by Made Simple Books, An imprint of Butterworth-Heinemann (ISBN 0-7506-3797-8) Walks you through fifty odd pages of HTML before it gets anywhere near Javascript. If you are delving into Javascript I would hope you have a firm grasp of web editing first myself,...

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Book review: DK Essential Managers

DK Essential Managers : Information Technology by Steve Sleight Published by Dorling Kindersly (ISBN 0-7513-2788-3) Seems to be aimed at middle-managers wanting the basics and owners of small companies thinking of investing in IT.   Covering the basics of computers and of the Internet, it includes chapters on outsourcing, and...

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Book review: Warhammer – Lords of Valour

Warhammer : Lords of Valour (Edited by Marc Gascoigne & Christian Dunn) Published by Black Library Publications   (ISBN 1-84154-150-8) I used to play the Warhammer RPG so naturally I gravitate towards than novels based on the Games Workshop game. Most of the books in the collection are quite good,...

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Book review: Don't Make Me Think!

DON’T MAKE ME THINK. A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability” by   Steve Krug Published by Que Publishing. (ISBN 0-7897-2310-7) This is a no-nonsense approach to web design and makes for very easy reading. Happily a number of his principles I already apply and the rest, well a number...

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