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Summary : Where most SOA books focus on integration and architecture basics, Lomow and Newcomer fearlessly dive into these more advanced, yet critical, topics, and provide a depth of treatment unavailable anywhere else."--Jason Bloomberg, Senior Analyst, ZapThink LLC"This book provides a wealth of content on Web Services and SOA not found elsewhere. Although the book is technical in nature, it is surprisingly easy to read and digest. Managers who would like to keep up with the most effective technical strategies will find this book required reading."--Hari Mailvaganam, University of British Columbia, Vancouver"I have been teaching companies and lecturing on SOA and XML Web Services for years and sort of felt at home with these technologies. I didn t think anyone else could teach me anything more significant about either of them. This book surprised me. If a person teaching SOA and Web Services can learn something from this book, you can too. This book is a must-read for all architects, senior developers, and concerned CTOs."--Sayed Y.
Summary : This book contains detailed information on neighborhoods, getting settled, helpful services, child care and education, cultural life, and much more. Written by Mike Livingston, it contains 432 pages of useful information to help you with your move or just get to know Washington DC better.
Summary : This expertly crafted ethnography examines the ways in which native and new citizens of Kodaira, a Tokyo suburb, have both remade the past and imagined the future of their city in a quest for an "authentic" Japanese community.
Summary : The twelve essays that make up Reflections on Native-Newcomer Relations illustrate the development in thought by one of Canada's leading scholars in the field of Native history - J.R. Miller. The collection, comprising pieces that were written over a period spanning nearly two decades, deals with the evolution of historical writing on First Nations and M?tis, methodological issues in the writing of Native-newcomer history, policy matters including residential schools, and linkages between the study of Native-newcomer relations and academic governance and curricular matters. Half of the essays appear here in print for the first time, and all use archival, published, and oral history evidence to throw light on Native-Newcomer relations. Miller argues that the nature of the relationship between Native peoples and newcomers in Canada has varied over time, based on the reasons the two parties have had for interacting. The relationship deteriorates into attempts to control and coerce Natives during periods in which newcomers do not perceive them as directly useful, and it improves when the two parties have positive reasons for cooperation. Reflections on Native-Newcomer Relations opens up for discussion a series of issues in Native-newcomer history. It addresses all the trends in the discipline of the past two decades and never shies from showing their contradictions, as well as those in the author's own thinking as he matured as a scholar.
Summary : 'Newcomer' opens an uncanny window to the hopes and struggles of newly-arrived immigrants in the United States. With a language that combines humor and wit, Manuel Ballagas looks back at his first years in America, and reflects on all the hard work it took him to succeed as a journalist.
Summary : Copublished with TESOL Press Newcomers need to draw on all their resources—intellectual, linguistic, cultural—as they make sense of new content and a new language. In this much-needed book, the authors marshal research and several decades of their own experience to provide instructional practices and activities that will help teachers develop newcomers as readers and writers of English and engage them in content learning across the curriculum. Equally important, they show how teachers can advocate for these vulnerable students, many of whom have experienced multiple challenges in their home countries or in the United States, including poverty, violence, and political persecution. With chapters on assessment and second-language acquisition as well as reading, writing, speaking, and content learning, their book is a timely and comprehensive guide for any K–8 educator whose classroom or school includes newcomer students.
Summary : If this is your first visit to the friendly ranching town in the Texas hill country, get ready to meet some unforgettable people. If you've been here before, you'll recognize old friends…and make some new ones. Welcome to Crystal Creek, Texas Someone wants to buy his town… But Mayor Douglas Evans is not about to sell Crystal Creek, although he has to admit the town could use the money. In fact, some of the citizens seem more than willing to sell their homes and businesses to the very attractive Maggie Embree. Which puts Maggie in a difficult position. The woman she works for—the woman who raised Maggie and her brother—has very person reasons for wanting to buy Crystal Creek. Reasons she can't share with Maggie. So it looks like Maggie's going to have to choose between loyalty to the only mother she's ever known and the man she's beginning to love. And then the truth comes out…
Summary : Thunder Point Deputy Sheriff "Mac" McCain's romance with a fellow parent of an adolescent, Gina James, is in jeopardy when his ex-wife storms back into town. Original.
Summary : WHAT THIS BOOK CONTAINS This book contains practical information on how to win elections in cities, towns and villages. The book was developed for those who are running, or are considering running, for a local office. The book is loaded with useful practical suggestions for both the new comer and the experienced politician. The book includes: How to develop campaign strategies Information you must have for the campaign Ways to get nominated for office How to conduct Door to Door campaigning —why is Door to Door so important —how to effectively organize Door to Door campaign How to develop and use Road Signs The importance of Campaign Flyers —how to develop campaign flyers —ways to entice the voter to read the campaign literature Other effective and easy campaign strategies Methods for Campaign Financing for small town elections Management methods for the campaign and What to do during Election Day The book also contains a summary of the New York State Election Law pertaining to electing candidates to office. For over twenty five years, Terry Amrhein has been an engineer and project manager for the General Electric and Lockheed Martin Corporations. Becoming a campaign manager for his wife in a small town election was natural for Terry who has years of experience in organizing and developing all sorts of projects. After three campaigns, Terry helped his wife become the first "Newcomer" elected in their town in over twenty years. This book tells how he did it!
Summary : Guide for newcomers/immigrants relocating to the United States. Helps newcomers explore and adjust to the USA. Includes consumer basics, communicating, navigating health care, legal, and educational systems, finding a place to live, understanding US holidays, sports, and customs, and much more.
Summary : This new book, first in our Newcomer?s Handbook Neighborhood Guide series, focuses on the neighborhoods within Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, and Austin, as well as on all the surrounding suburban communities. It provides detailed information about the types of housing and recreational opportunities found in each community, the character of each area, and helpful data on post offices, police departments, hospitals, libraries, schools, public transportation, and community publications and resources. Part of the Newcomer?s Handbook series, called ?invaluable? and ?highly recommended? by Library Journal.