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The content is very thorough. For O365, this book is the most latest I've found and contains subjects like "modern sites" and "SharePoint Framework". Since O365 is constantly changing, other books i liked at seemed already out of date.
Was an simple read. I would HIGHLY recommend getting a free online acc to practice with as some of the stuff you need to actually do to grasp the meaning of it. Very structured and there are YouTube (found them myself) videos of the chapters he is referring to as an added bonus. Highly recommend this book as a tutorial for beginning SharePoint online.
Don't waste your money. This book is nothing more than a reference with constant redirects to other portion of the book. It just confuses the problem even more. All the info in the book can be obtained online. This book just makes me realize what a piece of crap Sharepoint really is. I am going to Google tools.
It took a long time to work my method through his book and I carefully studied everything it had n it. My suggestion is to not stop there but hold on reading on the topic diversifying along various authors on the subject. Satisfied learning!
There is a lot of info in the book, but not presented in a method that I feel that I know how to obtain started. Granted, I have NOT seen the video links yet, and that may help, but so far I am not impressed.
Perfect book for the beginner, And the more advanced. Very informative. Like the hands on. I would recommend this book .
This is the "textbook" that goes along with Netter's anatomy atlas. I bought this because I really wanted words to go along with some of the pictures so that I could understand things better. I haven't used it as much as I would've liked for my medical school anatomy class, but I think that's also a reflection of my study style. If anything, I want the book had more explanations, but amazing for fast references and includes a lot of of the same pictures as the Netter atlas. The best thing about this book is the clinical references which definitely support place the info into context. Study questions at the end of every chapter are amazing too!
Amazing illustrations and descriptions. The layout is various from most A&P books as the chapters in this book are organized by body part (e.g. head and neck, thorax, abdomen). Other books are typically organized by system such as the digestive and respiratory systems. Nevertheless, the illustrations are amazingly detailed.
If you are a med student this robbins is a must have. Don't waste your time with Huge robbins, you will drown yourself in that. This ver has all the info you need to succeed at this level(MS-1/2) of your training. Also it is a amazing foundation before step 1. Sure pathoma is amazing but you need an actual text as your foundation and this book can be that foundation.
Huge Robins is amazing if you have all day to read, no class to go to and don't care when you graduate. However for a lot of of us there are not enough hours in the day, Primary Robins is a amazing book because you still obtain the fundamental understanding of the disease process without suffering through piles of info that most of us wont remember. Save time, learn more, buy this ar the end of my second year in medical school, and I want I had bought this at the beginning of first year, it is really simple to read and gives you a amazing understanding of disease that will be discussed.
I love this book. If you are a medical student it is a excellent amount of information; it doesn't drown you in trivial info but yet it gives you the pathogenesis down to the molecular level. Its simple to read and really helps me remember well with really amazing pictures and diagrams. I use this as a supplement to my lectures in medical school and I have done very well in pathology. I recommend this book to any medical student, especially with the separate Robbins question book.
Some sections require a prior understanding of the physiology, and some don't. It'@#$%! or miss, but still a valuable resource. The explanations are usually helpful, except an explanation is omitted and facts are simply stated -- then it isn't much more helpful than First Aid to understand the concepts.
some medical books in ebook format create it hard to locate what you are looking for. this means that the book is useless as a reference. this book makes finding things easy. also the explainations are straightfoward and simple to follow. highly recommended.
The latest 60 years I have been seriously involved in numerous martial arts (Boxing, Wrestling, Judo, Jujitsu, Karate-Do, Law Enforcement Defensive tactics) including Aikido, but I seldom mention this interesting martial art because I never achieved any rank in this system. The fact is, a lot of of the techniques I have taught in law enforcement came from Aikido and Jujitsu arts.I picked up this 189 page paperback volume (Aikido Basics by Phong Thong Dang and Lynn Seiser) at a bargain price on Amazon and found this to be a amazing primary text on the art of Aikido. This book, published by Tuttle Martial arts series, is organized into six parts and the twenty two chapters cover a lot of material. Some of the subjects covered includes: The history of Aikido, the philosophy of Aikido, the various branches of Aikido, choosing the right school, clothing and equipment, primary principles, stances, strikes, grabs, throwing techniques, locking and pinning, Ki development, randori, testing for belt promotion and a lot of other primary ere are numerous black and white photographs showing some of the techniques but this Tuttle martial art book has the same flaw as the others I have read and reviewed. A lot more photographs are required for all the techniques they mention. In any case, as I have mentioned in other physical action books, learning any martial from just reading a book is often not productive unless it is combined with a hands-on class with an instructor. This book can serve as a reference source to review the material learned in an Aikido class.Rating: 4 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: Shotokan Karate Self-Defense Techniques: Practical combat karate for the street).
for anyone attending an Aikido class. There are a lot of aspects to attending a class other than learning Aikido techniques and those "other" aspects are well covered in this book. The writing is clear and direct and so makes extracting the point fast and ere are also different branches of Aikido, and so styles differ, but the primary set of techniques are related and so the descriptions of the techniques in this book are helpful for connecting the technique name with a set of physical movements. One thing I'd caution the reader about is that you should not expect to learn Aikido from a book. There are more incorrect ways to apply a technique than you can imagine, so having an instructor who is knowledgeable and patient there to observe and correct your app of Aikido is essential.But, overall, as a book for beginning Aikido, this book is a amazing reference.
This book does a very amazing job of explaining its title subject... primary Aikido. There are no politics or style-specific posturings here; only solid primary info in an easy-to-read format. Look also for two recently released titles by the same authors: "Advanced Aikido" and "Aikido Weapons Techniques".
I didn't search anything particular, but the info only. I found no moves which I hope that I can copy to enrich my skill. Practicing marital art and reading are two various things. This book is for reading only. :-)
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