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The Art of Designing Embedded Systems

Author: Jack G. Ganssle | ISBN: 0750698691

The Art of Designing Embedded Systems is a practical, comprehensive guide to developing embedded systems aimed at the practicing developer. Topics include best practices for speedier design and problem avoidance, how systems work, planning for problems, making common-sense choices, and good tools.
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Enterprise Application Integration

Author: David S. Linthicum | ISBN: 0201615835

Organizations that are able to integrate their applications and data sources have a distinct competitive advantage: strategic utilization of company data and technology for greater efficiency and profit. But IT managers attempting integration face daunting challenges--disparate legacy systems; a hodgepodge of hardware, operating systems, and networking technology; proprietary packaged applications; and more.
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Knowledge Networking: Creating the Collaborative Company

Author: David J. Skyrme | ISBN: 0750639768

Knowledge Networking offers a comprehensive overview of the strategic application of knowledge management within global corporations. With an emphasis on good leadership practice, it shows how companies have successfully leveraged the knowledge dispersed and fragmented throughout their companies to deliver organizational benefits and create new opportunities. In a dynamic environment, the book gives guidance on how to innovate quickly and to exploit human networks, wherever they are based.

Linkers and Loaders

Author: John R. Levine | ISBN: 1558604960

Linkers and loaders are relatively obscure, minimally documented parts of program compilers and operating systems. A linker connects the object files created by the compiler into an executable, while a loader loads the program into memory when the executable is run. Programmers routinely tap into these processes but generally lack the detailed understanding required to use them to the greatest possible advantage. Linkers and Loaders fills an enormous, longstanding void, providing software engineers in every category with knowledge they need to improve the speed with which they work and the quality of what they produce. This book, by a well-known programming author and expert, should quickly emerge as the authoritative reference-an essential guide for practitioners and a key supplementary text in compiler and operating systems courses.
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Don't Park Your Brain Outside: A Practical Guide to Improving Shareholder Value with SMART Management

Author: Francis T. Hartman | ISBN: 1880410486

This book takes a different approach to project management, making the discipline more accessible to the many people who manage or participate in projects. It offers a unique approach to delivering difficult and volatile projects. It brings together the processes and techniques that many exceptional managers use and that researchers are trying to understand -- the balance of hard tools and people skills that lead to highly successful projects.

Siebel Scope Statement

deliverable

Begin your Siebel implementation project by defining the scope at a high level. Here's an example from the Financial industry.

Baking the CRM Cake: Homemade or from a Mix?

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by META Group

Once again, the META Group spots trends that apply to your application delivery strategies. Read this in-depth, thorough study about whether to build or buy customer relationship management (CRM) applications.

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