What is the Subject Area?All distributed applications need to know where resources are to be able to use them.
Active Directory is the mechanism for tracking resources (components, applications, users etc.) wherever they are on distributed networks. This is a book for experienced systems developers and programmers who would like to use HTTP (the protocol of the Internet) to deliver sophisticated system level solutions using light-weight client browsers.
Danny Jabo takes command of the USS Pittsburgh, and soon finds himself operating in some of the world's most dangerous waters. It's a journey across the globe, and back in time, as Danny must familiarize himself with diesel-powered submarines and the heroic World War II captains who commanded them.
A professional course in digital nature photography. National Audubon Society Guide to Nature Photography is a comprehensive reference and inspiring guide to taking outstanding photographs of the great outdoors.
Renowned photographer Tim Fitzharris shares his foolproof techniques, emphasizing digital photography field procedures for a wide variety of nature shots. Everything needed to achieve professional results is covered, including: The best digital equipment, and how to use it Detailed insider field techniques for photographing mammals, birds, insects, amphibians, reptiles, wildflowers, wilderness landscapes, seascapes and more Getting a correct digital exposure every time Using filters (with before-and-after examples) Fine art composition Photographing scenes for maximum sharpness Shooting postcard-perfect sunrises and sunsets Digital processing Preparing digital captures for publication. Packed with tips and strategies, this outstanding guide is ideal for beginners, advanced amateurs and professionals. The information is presented in a conversational style and accompanied by hundreds of stunning examples of the author's photographs.
Ready to make God's Word really stick? "The One Year Make It Stick Devotions" makes it easy—and fun! When God made the promise to never again flood the earth, he reinforced his promise with an object we would recognize—a rainbow. Any time we see a rainbow, we remember God's promise. By pairing objects (called Click-ers) that kids see or think about every day with stick-to-your-heart devotions, kids have a concrete reminder of God's Word. When children see a flashlight, a penny, or a speed-limit sign, it reminds them of God's teaching. No more “in one ear and out the other” or confused looks at tougher teaching. The kid-tested "Make It Stick Devotions" really, really work. . . because they make God's Word really, really stick! Start any day the One Year Way! Do-able. Daily. Devotions. This book helps your child connect with God every day ... the One Year way.
Perfect for ages 6 to 10. "The One Year Make It Stick Devotions" is not a memory system, but a way for kids to connect key concepts about God and the Bible with their daily life.
It provides a really strong way to hide God's Word in their hearts. It's especially useful for kids who are visual learners and who find it difficult or boring to memorize Bible verses. "The One Year Make It Stick Devotions" includes devotions from every book of the Bible. Includes list of the books of the Bible with their sound-alike animal names, listed by the week or weeks when they'll be studied. Contains devotions for six days of each week, Monday through Saturday, with optional weekend activities for Saturday/Sunday. For each book of the Bible, devotions include: Introductory devotion summarizing the book of the Bible, with a cartoon of the animal that represents that book, an explanation for why the animal was chosen, and a just-for-fun lookup of a key passage from that book One or more in-depth devotions containing a Bible verse of the day Daily make-it-stick activities Prayers to conclude each devotion Saturday/Sunday devotions have an additional optional make-it-stick weekend activity Each devotion will cause your child to realize the importance of reading and obeying God's Word and how much He loves them
Containing the transcript of a lively dialogue between Alister McGrath and Daniel Dennett on the topic of the status of atheism, this book highlights points of agreement and disagreement between the two.
This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wire delivery.