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How You Too Can Make at Least $1 Million (But Probably Much More) in the Mail-Order Business (Self-Counsel Series) (ISBN 9780889085756) Gerardo Joffe Not rated yet. Seller: dethme0w Price: $3.25 View Details
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Traitor (Star Wars The New Jedi Order, Book 13) (ISBN 9780345428653) Matthew Stover Not rated yet. Seller: dethme0w Price: $3.00 View Details
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<b><i>From the depths of catastrophe, a glimmer of hope</i></b><br><br>After the capture of Coruscant, the mighty heart of the New Republic, a stunned galaxy fears that nothing can stop the Yuuzhan Vong. Still, that crushing defeat produces one small miracle: Jacen Solo is alive. Yet he can scarcely imagine himself in stranger circumstances.<br><br>The young Jedi Knight is in the care of Vergere, a fascinating creature of mystery and power, her intentions hard to fathom, her cruelties rarely concealed. But this master of inscrutable arts has much to teach the young Jedi . . . for she holds the key to a new way to experience the Force, to take it to another level—dangerous, dazzling, perhaps deadly.<br><br>In the wrong hands, the tremendous energies of the Force can be devastating. And there are others watching Jacen’s process closely, waiting patiently for the moment when he will be ready for their own dire purposes. Now, all is in shadows. Yet whatever happens, whether Jacen’s newfound mastery unleashes light or darkness, he will never be the same Jedi again. . . .
Software Engineering (International computer science series) (ISBN 9780201142297) Ian Sommerville Not rated yet. Seller: dethme0w Price: $9.50 View Details
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This volume contains the proceedings of the fourth European Software Engineering Conference. It contains 6 invited papers and 27 contributed papers selected from more than 135 submissions. The volume has a mixtureof themes. Some, such as software engineering and computer supported collaborative work, are forward-looking and anticipate future developments; others, such as systems engineering, are more concerned with reports of practical industrial applications. Some topics, such as software reuse, reflect the fact that some of the concerns first raised in 1969 when software engineering was born remain unsolved problems. The contributed papers are organized under the following headings: requirements specification, environments, systems engineering, distributed software engineering, real-time systems, software engineering and computer supported collaborative work, software reuse, software process, and formal aspects of software engineering.