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(October 17, 2014) Dr. Rob Norman has a new book out, The Blue Man and Other Stories of the Skin -- He begins by highlighting the qualities of the skin, tracing the history of its conditions and diseases, then examining the cultural, social and psychological impact of both color and irregularity. The book also features an absorbing collection of stories about some of his most intriguing patients: from a man whose skin mysteriously turned blue, to a hypochondriacal woman who begins to show signs of a life-threatening disease. Watch the book trailer, Celebrate your skin!! at www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2IYZZShfYc
(October 9, 2014) David Geer (www.linkedin.com/in/daviddgeer) has published a new article, front page on DevOps.com. The article, entitled, "DevOps.com Examines DevOps-as-a-Service," covers pros and cons of DevOps-as-a-Service. Published 10-9-2014.
(October 6, 2014) David Geer (www.davidgeer.com) today published "Targeting software development to SoCs / NoCs using a DevOps approach" The article covers the keys to developing software to the SoC / NoC platforms in a manner aligned with DevOps. The feature article appears in DevOps.com.
David also published "Exciting surgical, diagnostic, & EHR tools" in October 2014. This article covers medical tools for practicing physicians including tools for surgery, diagnoses, and Electronic Health Records. The feature appears in the Fall issue of PracticeLink Magazine.
Finally, David published "Why Linux is in extremely high demand" on October 6, 2014. This article covers the reasons and specifics of the high job market demand for Linux software skills, and appears in CyberCoders' Insights blog.
(October 2, 2014) Eldon Sarte has a new book for kids ages 2-7. When You're Happy, Wear a Smile!: A Fun Rhyming Picture Book was published through the new Kindle Kids Book Creator. Check it out at http://amzn.to/1pv13lM
(October 1, 2014) David Geer (www.davidgeer.com) today published, "Engineering Students Turn the Chevy Camaro into a Hybrid Vehicle" on 10-1-14. The article covers EcoCar3, an automobile design competition at the university level. The feature article appears in Desktop Engineering. David also published "POS malware mayhem" on October 11, which covers viruses that attack Point of Sale technology to steal payment card information, appears in CSOonline.com
(September 26, 2014) Jacquelyn Lynn has a new book out: Protecting Your Business: How to Keep Your Company Safe from External and Internal Risks and Threats. Learn how to shield your business from attackers through insurance and risk management strategies, asset protection and fraud prevention, intellectual and physical property protection, strong business contracts, lawsuit avoidance, disaster planning and more. More on Amazon.
(September 24, 2014) David Geer (www.davidgeer.com) today published, "Top 3 Must-Haves In Dev/Ops Project Handoffs, Part Two." The article completes this coverage of three things developers should do when sending software to IT operations. The feature article appears in DevOps.com
(September 22, 2014) David Geer (www.davidgeer.com) today published, "Top 3 Must-Haves In Dev/Ops Project Handoffs, Part One." The feature article, which covers three things developers should do when sending software to IT operations, appears in DevOps.com.
(September 16, 2014) David Geer (www.davidgeer.com) has published, "New NSA-Funded Programming Language Could Close Long-Standing Security Holes." The article, which covers how the Wyvern meta language could cause developers to code more securely, appears in csoonline.com.
(September 16, 2014) Mary Harwell Sayler has published Beach Songs and Wood Chimes (Kelsay Books/Daffydowndilly Press), a book of poems for children. This is the first time Mary has done her own illustrations. Available on Amazon at http://amzn.to/ZnfyS
(September 16, 2014) Charles Justus Garard has published a time-travel mystery, Of Time and the Dreamer. If you could travel back in time to your own past, would you make any changes? This story is about the issues that evolve from the concept of being able to travel to one's own past -- and the concept of visiting a parallel dimension. Hold on for the ride. Read on Kindle.
(September 12, 2014) David Geer (www.davidgeer.com) has published, "How Change Management Serves Developers." The article covers how the same change management process and protocols that protect production environments also helps the developer. The feature article appears in DevOps.com.
(September 10, 2014) Dana K. Cassell published an article on Healthline.com: "World Suicide Prevention Day: We Need to Talk About It" - www.healthline.com/health-news/world-suicide-prevention-week-090914
(September 10, 2014) Mary Harwell Sayler performed a reading today at the library in Crescent City, Fla., plus talked about writing and answered questions
(September 2, 2014) Carol J. Perry publishes her latest novel: Caught Dead Handed (A Witch City Mystery) today. You can order on Amazon at http://amzn.to/Z4Ukc1 - but also read how her winning our contest led to the publishing contract: http://WritersEditorsNetwork.com/winning-contest-helps-author-land-multi- book-contract/
(August 30, 2014) David Geer (www.davidgeer.com) has published, "Working Together,"which covers how design engineers and engineering services can work together. The feature article appears in the August 2014 issue of Desktop Engineering magazine.
(August 30, 2014) Joan Stewart, The Publicity Hound, who frequently ranks #1 for "free publicity" on Google, invited Barbara Florio Graham to guest blog for her over the summer. The first of two blogs is at http://publicityhound.com/?p=27580, and the second one is at http://tinyurl.com/nwfxw9r. Joan was so pleased with both of these that she's asked Bobbi to become a regular contributor. Find Barbara Florio Graham on Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ and Pinterest. Check her website: http://SimonTeakettle.com for lots of free information about publishing (and cats) and for the popular blog by Simon Teakettle, who has a Fan Club your pet can join.
(August 25, 2014) David Geer (www.davidgeer.co) today published "The Internet of Things (IoT) poses challenges for DevOps and security" at http://devops.com/features/internet-of-things-challenges-devops/ Th article covers how IoT projects and related security issues challenge those with a DevOps mindset.
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