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Android app book for hardware types
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7/23/2010   8 comments
No need for prior experience, though a little Java might come in handy
Make a list, check it twice
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7/21/2010   5 comments
A book about improving medical outcomes has lessons for engineers
The Black Hole War: A head-spinning read
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A theoretical physicist who studies black holes has spent his entire career arguing that you can't have it both ways
The intersection of engineering and math
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Read “How Round is Your Circle” by John Bryant and Chris Sangwin, and along the way you'll notice that your perspective on design gets a little bit wider. You'll feel a little bit wiser, and reconnect to what engineering is all about: elegant solutions.
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