BMW Marque – Spring 2015
English | True PDF | 88 pages | 8.48 Mb
Ali H. Dogru, "Modern Software Engineering Concepts and Practices: Advanced Approaches"
2011 | ISBN: 1609602153 | PDF | 506 pages | 9 MB
Stakeholder-oriented Project Management: Tools and Concepts by L.A. Van Gunsteren
English | ISBN: 1607507005 | 2011 | PDF | 164 pages | 4 MB
Cloud Computing World – August 2015
English | True PDF | 44 pages | 25 MB
In this months issue: Solving IT Problems, Speed and Security, Choosing a Cloud Platform, The key hurdles when considering cloud adoption, Predictive Analytics, Infrastructure-as-a Service, Next Generation Storage
American Shooting Journal – September 2015
English | PDF | 168 pages | 46 MB
Better Art – Flowers 2015
English | 116 pages | True PDF | 28 MB
S. Elaydi, J. Cushing, R. Lasser, "Difference Equations, Special Functions and Orthogonal Polynomials"
English | 2007 | ISBN: 9812706437 | PDF | pages: 789 | 28,4 mb
Bill Reid and Beyond: Expanding on Modern Native Art by Nika Collison
English | Apr. 2004 | ISBN: 0295983760 | 345 Pages | PDF | 3 MB
Bill Reid's work has long been acknowledged for its astute and eloquent analysis of Haida tradition, and for the paradox of making modern art from the old Haida stories. It helped to make the so-called renaissance of Northwest Coast Native art visible to all.
Xcell Software Journal – Issue 1, Fall 2015
English | True PDF | 52 pages | 7 MB
Welcome to the inaugural issue of Xcell Software Journal, a magazine dedicated to software developers and embedded systems developers who want to program in high level languages like C/C++ and OpenCL to harness the orders of magnitude performance per watt improvements of Xilinx All Programmable devices over traditional off-the-shelf platforms.
Circle in the Square: Studies in the Use of Gender in Kabbalistic Symbolism by Elliot R. Wolfson
English | July 1995 | ISBN: 0791424057 | 268 Pages | PDF | 33.21 MB
This book deals with the issue of gender in Jewish mysticism showing the thematic correlation of eroticism and esotericism that is central to the kabbalah.