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Animal Vegetable Digital

Author : Elizabeth Swanstrom
ISBN : 9780817318956
Genre : Computers
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An interdisciplinary study that combines the burgeoning fields of digital aesthetics and eco-criticism. The book offers the argument that digital art in the service of environmental criticism has the potential to reconnect humankind to the natural world.

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Author : Rhoda Broughton
ISBN : UCAL:$B248894
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Teachers Discovering Computers Integrating Technology In A Connected World

Author : Gary B. Shelly
ISBN : 9781285225586
Genre : Education
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Teachers Discovering Computers: Teaching in a Connected World, Seventh Edition introduces future educators to technology and digital media in order to help them successfully teach the current generation of digital students. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Mastering Application Development With Force Com

Author : Kevin J. Poorman
ISBN : 9781782172826
Genre : Computers
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Design and develop state-of-the-art applications using Force.com's powerful development platform About This Book Flaunt your skillsets by developing complex applications that include demanding concepts such as triggers, Visualforce controllers, batch jobs, and Lightning components Earn the gratitude of your colleagues by structuring a project so that multiple developers can work independently of each other Kevin Poorman, the author of the book and a Force.com MVP, shares his years of Force.com knowledge and experience with you through the medium of telling examples Who This Book Is For If you're a Force.com developer with a fundamental understanding of Apex and JavaScript but now want to enhance your skills with tips, tricks, and guidance on the best architectural and engineering practices, then this book is for you. What You Will Learn Creating triggers, and the best practices for writing them Developing a number of Visualforce controllers and extensions Integrating third-party web APIs into your Apex code Writing unit tests that cover testing bulk safety, user and profile settings, and negative tests Creating a Lightning component for use in Salesforce1 Getting acquainted with various methods for deploying metadata between orgs Using the Rest sObject API for access to Salesforce objects and data using the REST methodology Learning about overarching architectural considerations such as naming conventions, testing practices, and data modeling practices In Detail Force.com is an extremely powerful, scalable, and secure cloud platform, delivering a complete technology stack, ranging from databases and security to workflow and the user interface. With salesforce.com's Force.com cloud platform, you can build any business application and run it on your servers. The book will help you enhance your skillset and develop complex applications using Force.com. It gets you started with a quick refresher of Force.com's development tools and methodologies, and moves to an in-depth discussion of triggers, bulkification, DML order of operations, and trigger frameworks. Next, you will learn to use batchable and schedulable interfaces to process massive amounts of information asynchronously. You will also be introduced to Salesforce Lightning and cover components—including backend (apex) controllers, frontend (JavaScript) controllers, events, and attributes—in detail. Moving on, the book will focus on testing various apex components: what to test, when to write the tests, and—most importantly—how to test. Next, you will develop a changeset and use it to migrate your code from one org to another, and learn what other tools are out there for deploying metadata. You will also use command-line tools to authenticate and access the Force.com Rest sObject API and the Bulk sObject API; additionally, you will write a custom Rest endpoint, and learn how to structure a project so that multiple developers can work independently of each other without causing metadata conflicts. Finally, you will take an in-depth look at the overarching best practices for architecture (structure) and engineering (code) applications on the Force.com platform. Style and approach A step-by-step tutorial, with plenty of tips and tricks that will help you develop complex Force.com applications.

Practical Forensic Imaging

Author : Bruce Nikkel
ISBN : 9781593277932
Genre : Computers
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A Wind Storm In The Forests

Author : John Muir
ISBN : 1429096144
Genre : Nature
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The nature writings of pioneering environmentalist and Sierra Club founder John Muir are like no other. In this essay from 1894, Muir describes the grandeur of the winds at play in the forests, with stunning and musical detail about the trees of the Sierra and their individual reaction to the wind. Muir's story of climbing a 100-foot Douglas Spruce to experience the sway and swirl of a storm for himself is unforgettable. This short work is part of Applewood's “American Roots,” series, tactile mementoes of American passions by some of America's most famous writers.

Digital Rubbish

Author : Jennifer Gabrys
ISBN : 9780472029402
Genre : Social Science
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This is a study of the material life of information and its devices; of electronic waste in its physical and electronic incarnations; a cultural and material mapping of the spaces where electronics in the form of both hardware and information accumulate, break down, or are stowed away. Where other studies have addressed "digital" technology through a focus on its immateriality or virtual qualities, Gabrys traces the material, spatial, cultural and political infrastructures that enable the emergence and dissolution of these technologies. In the course of her book, she explores five interrelated "spaces" where electronics fall apart: from Silicon Valley to Nasdaq, from containers bound for China to museums and archives that preserve obsolete electronics as cultural artifacts, to the landfill as material repository. Digital Rubbish: A Natural History of Electronics describes the materiality of electronics from a unique perspective, examining the multiple forms of waste that electronics create as evidence of the resources, labor, and imaginaries that are bundled into these machines. Ranging across studies of media and technology, as well as environments, geography, and design, Jennifer Gabrys draws together the far-reaching material and cultural processes that enable the making and breaking of these technologies.

Tactical Media

Author : Rita Raley
ISBN : 9780816651504
Genre : Art
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Tactical media describes interventionist media art practices that engage and critique the dominant political and economic order. Rather than taking to the streets and staging spectacular protests, the practitioners of tactical media engage in an aesthetic politics of disruption, intervention, and education. In Tactical Media, Rita Raley provides a critical exploration of the new media art activism that has emerged out of, and in direct response to, postindustrialism and neoliberal globalization.

Beyond The Screen

Author : Jörgen Schäfer
ISBN : 9783839412589
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 57. 25 MB
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While literature in computer-based and networked media has so far been experienced by looking at the computer screen and by using keyboard and mouse, nowadays human-machine interactions are organized by considerably more complex interfaces. Consequently, this book focuses on literary processes in interactive installations, locative narratives and immersive environments, in which active engagement and bodily interaction is required from the reader to perceive the literary text. The contributions from internationally renowned scholars analyze how literary structures, interfaces and genres change, and how transitory aesthetic experiences can be documented, archived and edited.

The Perception Of The Environment

Author : Tim Ingold
ISBN : 9780415228329
Genre : Social Science
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An integrated approach to understanding how people live, learn, work in and perceive their environments.

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