Delphi developer Julian Bucknall provides fellow developers a comprehensive overview of using algorithms and data structures from a practical perspective. Bucknall begins with a discussion
. Although there are some common themes running through the book, particularly some bible verses, the overall effect was rather disjointed, particularly the chapter comparing St Augustine and Julian of Norwich
's Possession, David Lodge's Nice Work, Peter Ackroyd's Dickens, Jane Campion's The Piano, Colm Toibin's The Master, Sarah Waters's Fingersmith, Alan Hollinghurst's The Line of Beauty and Julian Barnes's Arthur
Julian Schwinger of QED fame.
This book is too long to be read cover-to-cover, but it is so well-written that
if you open it at any chapter, it would still be understandable. This is the most
, Simon Esmonde Cleary, Timothy Darvill, Roberta Gilchrist, W.S. Hanson, Catherine Hills, Colin Haselgrove, John Hunter, Steven Mithen, Mike Parker Pearson, Ian B.M. Ralston, Julian D. Richards, John
that this class, Human Resources, was very interesting, thanks to this book (and our dear professor Julian Betts)!
This book covers some interesting topics. They include:
1) Whether a firm should pay it