Book Reviews

Shutter Island – book review

About the book Author : Dennis Lehane Genre : Gothic, Psychological Horror, Crime Pages : 380 Publication date : April 15, 2003 Story plot In 1954, widower U.S. Marshal Edward “Teddy” Daniels and his new partner, Chuck Aule, go on a ferry boat to Shutter Island, the home of Ashecliffe […]

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I DARE.

A biography of Kiran Bedi. ‘I Dare!’ Kiran Bedi – Parmesh Dangwal This book was first published In 1995, has been translated into six languages. It was voted as the ‘Biography Of The Decade’ by India Today. The book incorporates her ‘Personal And Spiritual Journey’ on which she embarked, not […]

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You are the best….

These books below are by: Ajay K Pandey Ajay believes in living for himself; Bhavna teaches him to live for others. Ajay is a planner for life; Bhavna makes him live in every moment. You are the Best Wife is a story of two people with contradictory ideologies who fall […]

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BOOK REVIEW “THE WIZARD’S OF OZ”

. ABOUT THE AUTHOR L.Frank Baum was an American author born on May 15,1856 Chittenango New York. He has written 14 novel on Oz, plus 41 on others and many more works. . SUMMARY Let’s talk about one of the greatest literary work of L.Frank ‘The Wizard’s of Oz’ which […]

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House of Cards

By – Sudha Murthy Hello readers House of Cards is the story of Mridula, a bright young woman with enormous enthusiasm for life who hails from a Karnataka village. A chance meeting with Sanjay, a talented but impoverished doctor, leads to love—and the couple marry and settle in Bangalore. The […]

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How Does an Engineer Create a Programming Language?

Besides being a software engineer, Marianne Bellotti is also a kind of technological anthropologist. Back in 2016 at the Systems We Love conference, Bellotti began her talk by saying she appreciated the systems most engineers hate —”messy, archaic, duct-tape-and-chewing-gum.” Then she added, “Fortunately, I work for the federal government.” At the time, Bellotti […]

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The Da Vinci Code – book review

About the book Author : Dan BrownPublication date : April 2003Pages : 689 (U.S. hardback) 489 (U.S. paperback) The novel explores an alternative religious history, whose central plot point is that the Merovingian kings of France were descended from the bloodline of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene, ideas derived from Clive Prince’s The Templar Revelation (1997) and […]

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You can win

By- Shiv Khera Hello readers. Looking for the positivity does not necessarily mean overlooking faults. being a positive thinker does not mean one has to agree or accept everything. It only means that a person is solution-focused. – Shiv Khera This book was recommended to me. I had high hopes […]

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4 reasons to learn multiple programming languages

ARTICLE 4 Reasons To Learn Multiple Programming Languages Learning your first programming language is a huge step in your journey to becoming a developer, but if the learning stops there it can dramatically impact your career prospects and income potential. Technology is emerging at an unprecedented pace, with new coding languages created […]

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