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1. Construction Management JumpStart
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2. Getting a Job in CG: Real Advice
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3. Get in the Game: Careers in the
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4. Human Resources JumpStart
5. Programmers at Work: Interviews
6. Becoming a Graphic Designer: A
7. Complete Idiot's Guide to a Career
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8. Conducting the Programmer Job
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18. Close to the Machine: Technophilia
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1. Construction Management JumpStart
by Sybex
Paperback (25 October, 2004)
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5-0 out of 5 stars An absolute must have
This book is essential for all beginning estimators and project managers. It will give you the basic knowledge that you need to survive in the construction industry.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect!
This book is exactly what I have been searching for.I am a newly employed estimator/project manager and was searching for some sort of reference book to help me along.Dr. Jackson does a fabulous job of explaining things from all angles.Her book is easy to read and understand even for a novice such as myself.There are review questions at the end of each chapter as well as a list of terms to know.I find this book extremely valuable. ... Read more

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2. Getting a Job in CG: Real Advice from Reel People
by Sybex
Paperback (25 February, 2004)
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5-0 out of 5 stars definitely worth the money
this is one of the few books that offers practical advice on finding a job in the cg industry. besides the standard topics like putting together a resume and interviewing tips, it tells you what skills you need to build in order to be successful at different career paths (modeler vs rigger vs compositor, etc.) i also found the interviews with various people who already work in the industry very informative. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Business / Economics / Finance    2. Career Planning (General)    3. Careers - General    4. Careers - Science & Technology    5. Computer Animation    6. Computer Books: Desktop Publish    7. Computer Books: General    8. Computers    9. Desktop Publishing - General    10. Microcomputer Graphics    11. Advice on careers & achieving success    12. Animation    13. Computer graphics software    14. Computers / Computer Graphics / Design    15. Image processing    16. Image processing: computer animation    17. Media, information & communication industries   


3. Get in the Game: Careers in the Game Industry
by New Riders Games
Paperback (October, 2002)
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4-0 out of 5 stars Good Information if Redundant at Times
I will say that this book definitely has a lot of useful information for those people (like me) who are still in the process of obtaining an education and/or training.Additionally, there is a lot of useful information for people who have been in the game industry for a few years.My main problems with the book concern the numerous grammatical errors and redundant statements.I know this doesn't chiefly concern the content of the book; however, it is just kind of frustrating that at least 3 times I remember reading subsequent paragraphs that started with the same sentence or idea.It literally looks like he made two versions of the same paragraph and forgot to take the other one out!Additionally, as others have said, his job seeking tactics seem exceedingly aggressive in my opinion.Now he obviously has more experience than me. I just feel that some of the advice is over the top.I will give him credit though for forcing me to realize the opportunities available when you really really work at self-promotion.I have no problem recommending this book to others, but if you are a grammar freak like me you may have to take some deep breaths and relax before diving into it :)

5-0 out of 5 stars PLEASE, BUY THIS BOOK!
Ok, first off. If you want to get in to the games industry then buy this book. If you dont then you are just cheating yourself. I have learnt more from this book than all the other design books conbined. While most books seem reasonably happy to bombard you with complicated and confusing infomation, this book presents every topic very clear and concise. It takes you through all the areas of game development with great detail yet acknowledges that you are new to a lot of things and does its very best to give you a good understanding. Before reading this book I was very unclear on a lot of industry related infomation. But not now thanks to Marc Mencher acting as my personal tutor page after page. Finally I have a structured plan on how I am going to break in to the industry. Before reading Get In The Game I really had no idea of how I was going to get in to my dream job. Now however I have a great understanding of what I have to learn and everything I need to do. I now have a great degree of confidence and with Marc Mencher's advice I have began networking. I really can not think of anything negative to say about this book. Ok, so the resume section could of been a little better executed but it was there to teach you how to put together a good resume and thats what its done. On top of all that it has a very useful resource catalogue. Please for your own benefit buy this book. It will really help you. I cannot thank Marc enough for putting together this fantastic book.

1-0 out of 5 stars No Help To Me!
Is there supposed to be something insightful in this book?I did not see it.Gave the book to my cousin who is mentally challenged. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Career Planning (General)    2. Careers - General    3. Careers - Other Specific Fields    4. Careers / Job Opportunities    5. Computer Books: General    6. Computer Graphics - General    7. Computer games    8. Computers    9. Design    10. Electronic games industry    11. Interactive & Multimedia    12. Programming    13. United States    14. Video & Electronic - General    15. Vocational guidance    16. Advice on careers & achieving success    17. Computers / Computer Graphics / Game Programming    18. Information technology industries    19. Multimedia   


4. Human Resources JumpStart
by Sybex
Paperback (12 October, 2004)
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5. Programmers at Work: Interviews With 19 Programmers Who Shaped the Computer Industry
by Tempus Books
Paperback (July, 1989)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Read this to understand programmers
I have to say, this is a great book, almost unique in its scope; I wish there were more books like this. There are many collections of short biographies of mathematicians, and a few of computer scientists, but that's not quite the same as programmers. If you want to know what programmers do, the best thing is to read their code, but failing that (or in addition to that) you need to read interviews like this. I wish someone would do another book like this covering programmers of the last 15 years, but this one has a very good selection of programmers from the early PC era, and the interviews are very well-done: they let the programmer speak, yet the interviewer keeps them on track.
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Subjects:  1. Computer Bks - Languages / Programming    2. Computer Books: Operating Systems    3. Computer Programmers    4. Computer programming    5. Interviews    6. Programming Languages - General   


6. Becoming a Graphic Designer: A Guide to Careers in Design
by John Wiley & Sons
Paperback (July, 1999)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Wish I bought this book sooner!
I am finishing up by degree in Graphic Communications in December. I checked this book out of our school library and didn't want to give it back...so I bought my own! What I love about this book is that it breaks it down by industry and specialty area. I also like the way it breaks down what you should include in your portfolio for those areas. It is nice knowing that there is more to Graphic Design than just being a Graphic Artist in a print shop or a newspaper. This book gives you an idea and an overview on what's out there. Awesome!

5-0 out of 5 stars good book for students
This book is a good overview of what it means to be a graphic designer.It goes through the different areas of design, and different job positions. 5-0 out of 5 stars good book for students
This book is a good overview of what it means to be a graphic designer.It goes through the different areas of design, and different job positions. Read more

Subjects:  1. Art & Art Instruction    2. Business & Economics    3. Career Planning (General)    4. Career/Job    5. Careers - Arts    6. Careers - General    7. Commercial Art    8. Computer Graphics - General    9. Graphic Arts    10. Graphic Arts - General    11. Vocational guidance    12. Careers guidance    13. Graphic design   


7. Complete Idiot's Guide to a Career in Computer Programming
by Alpha
Paperback (30 June, 1999)
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2-0 out of 5 stars Book implies college CS students are idiots.
Unfortunately Liberty comes across with a chip on his shoulder against formal college education in this book. Statements like some of the best programmers he knows are "taxi drivers and psychologists" and former university training mainly teaches students to operate "mainframes". In the Introduction it says "According to a study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, by the year 2005 there will be over two million new jobs for software professionals!" which fails to mention most of the jobs will be overseas easily outsourced as making tennis shoes. Otherwise, Liberty still shows his expertise and there are good sections on advice for interviewing and resume writing. But in the end as an idiot, I wished I had majored in engineering instead of computer science especially when 90% of my undergraduate computer science student body were graduate students from the eastern side of the world.

5-0 out of 5 stars A really great book!
I think this book is the best choice for peaple who are wanting to learn how to program but don't know where to start. It doesn't teach you how to program in a specific language, but it shows you the basic thing of lots of languages. It has lots of book and magazine suggestions also. This book is very easy to understand. Although you might not agree with what Jesse Liberty is suggesting for your career, it's a great book.

2-0 out of 5 stars Decent introduction but don't take his advice to heart
A more appropriate title for this book would have been "An Introduction to the Field of Computer Programming." It's an excellent read for someone interesting in understanding what computer programming is about. It is not, as the author claims, a guide to building a career as a programmer. Read more

Subjects:  1. Career Planning (General)    2. Careers - General    3. Careers / Job Opportunities    4. Computer Books: General    5. Computer Programming    6. Computers    7. Office Automation    8. Programming (Computers)    9. Programming - General    10. Vocational guidance    11. Computers / Programming / General   


8. Conducting the Programmer Job Interview: The IT Manager Guide with Java J2EE, C, C++, UNIX, PHP and Oracle Interview questions!
by Rampant TechPress
Paperback (01 April, 2004)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Another Good Interview Guide
This is another good book in the Job Interview series from Rampant.As with the other books, this book gives both the employer and the candidate guidance in areas such as work experience, personal appearance and education.
2-0 out of 5 stars too general to be useful
The advice on interviewing is very general and can be found to the same detail with google. The advice is all useful, but it's not worth the price and the style is a little goofy for what I expected to be a more professional book.
1-0 out of 5 stars Rigidly conventional
This book is full of uptight opinions and puts the job candidate under the magnifying glass. It is almost impossible to please the author. You have to wear a bussiness suit(only white shirt is acceptable), if you don't, you may be considered disrespectful. Knowing the klingon language may indicate a personality disorder!! Let's get serious.
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Subjects:  1. Careers - Interviewing    2. Careers - Job Hunting    3. Computer Books: Languages    4. Computer Programmers    5. Computers    6. Computers - Languages / Programming    7. Employment Interviewing    8. Human Resources & Personnel Management    9. Programming - General    10. Computer Programming    11. Computers / Programming / General   


9. Taming the Technology Tidal Wave: Practical Career Advice for IT Professionals
by ObjectStart Press
Paperback (01 November, 2004)
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5-0 out of 5 stars A Must Read for IT Professionals
I read this book and thought to myself, this book describes me perfectly.If you're in the IT industry and feel as though you're drowning in an ever changing IT environment. Trying to update your skills and keep up with the pace of technology.Then Jacquie's book is a must read. The "Sound Bytes" are relevant, practical, and enlightening.Her wisdom and guidance on topics from technologies, to career tracks, to resumes are outstanding.I highly recommend acquiring a copy of this book.

5-0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable and Informative
This is a great read!It's jammed with practical pointers, some of which you might think are common sense, but never really thought about. When the time comes for you to ponder career decisions, having read this book will be a real timesaver.
5-0 out of 5 stars Steer your career out of a dead end without being overwhelmed
Outstanding book.If you are in a position where you see your current project heading into a dead end and are trying to turn around and steer your career in a new direction but do not know where to start then this is the book for you.Extremely helpful but also an easy read. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Business & Economics / Careers    2. Computer Science    3. Computers - General Information    4. Computers / Information Technology    5. Business & Economics    6. Career Planning (General)    7. Careers - General    8. Careers - Science & Technology    9. Computers    10. Information Technology    11. Professional Development    12. Vocational guidance   


10. Careers for Cyber Surfers & Other Online Types
by McGraw-Hill
Paperback (26 September, 2003)
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11. Understanding the Professional Programmer
by Dorset House Publishing Company, Incorporated
Paperback (July, 1988)
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3-0 out of 5 stars Good work, but feels dated
Programming as an art and as a career path is very new. Much has beenwritten on how to write and understand computer programs, and there aremany books on how best to organize and run computer projects. There arefew books, however, that attempt to explain how to understand andmanage computer programmers. This is Weinberg's goal in Understandingthe Professional Programmer.Read more

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12. Careers in Information Technology, 2006 Edition: WetFeet Insider Guide (Wetfeet Insider Guides)
by WetFeet, Inc.
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13. Crisp: Comfort Zones, Fourth Edition
by Crisp Learning
Paperback (31 October, 1997)
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4-0 out of 5 stars Some goodcommon sense ideas
I have read the 1993 3rd edition several times. This is more than a financial planning book. It provides information on time management, wellness, and human support systems in planning for personal fulfillment in retirement. ... Read more

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14. Your Next Move: Yahoo! HotJobs Success Strategies for Midcareer Professionals (HotJobs Career Advisors)
by Sterling
Paperback (18 December, 2005)
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15. Peterson's Job Opportunities for Engineering and Computer Science Majors: 1999 (Peterson's Job Opportunities: Engineering and Computer Science)
by Petersons
Paperback (August, 1998)
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16. Measuring Programmer Productivity and Software Quality
by Wiley-Interscience
Hardcover (January, 1985)
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17. How to Become a Highly Paid Corporate Programmer
by Mc Press
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1-0 out of 5 stars How to become a corp. programmer - 20 years ago
I'm almost angry at how bad this book is. Most of the advice is dated from mainframe days, and the rest is just wrong and following it will get you fired. Chapters tend to be short (3-4 pages) and consist mostly of stories from his friends, which aren't always developed past the telling of the story.
5-0 out of 5 stars The Inside Scoop on the Business World
An awful lot of the best programmers I've ever met are true geniuses. Unfortunately the genius aspect only goes so far as to programming. Many of then have "discovered" that late in high school or early in college they know more than their professors and quite school to get a programming job that pays a lot more than flipping burgers.
2-0 out of 5 stars Neophytes Keep Away! This book is dangerous, seriously.
Although the author of this book has over forty years of experience at all levels of corporate programming (from programmer to developer to consultant to company owner), I can not recommend this book to anyone. While the author provides excellent advice on many topics, the items on which he is blatantly wrong are VERY dangerous for anyone follow, especially those new to the field.
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Subjects:  1. Careers - General    2. Computer Books: General    3. Computer Programmers    4. Computer programming    5. Computers    6. Computers - Languages / Programming    7. Professional Occupations    8. Programming - General    9. Vocational guidance    10. Computers / Programming / General   


18. Close to the Machine: Technophilia and Its Discontents
by City Lights Publishers
Hardcover (November, 1997)
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If there is such a thing as a typical computer programmer,Ellen Ullman is not it. She's female, a former communist, bisexual,old enough to be a twentysomething's mom, and not a nerd.Sheruns her own computer-consulting business in San Francisco and in Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Tedious, boring and insulting.
There is really nothing to this book. When I finally finished it I was like "That was it?" Aside from the lack of any kind of interesting or engaging plot I found the very stereotypical charicterizations of programmers to be insulting. I get the feeling that the author is one of those "non-geek" programmers who (incorrectly) thinks that she understands true geek culture and secretly thinks she is better than the geeks.

4-0 out of 5 stars An intimate "The Soul of a New Machine"
Ellen Ullmann has created a wonderful novel about the awkward interfaces between programmers and users, programming and aging, and technology and humanity.2-0 out of 5 stars Some pros, but mostly cons
Ellen Ullman is obviously an adept coder and is able to describe both the great highs and great lows of being "close to the machine". However, as an actual author, she's a bit tedious and occasionally eye-rollingly vapid: her surprisingly generic sex scenes seem like quick masturbatory breaks, almost as if she felt the need to remind us that "programmers have sex lives, too". And she shows some occasional touches of her own techno-fear, especially when disparaging the nomenclature on a web-browser's interface (she pooh-poohs the usage of "home" on the browser, apparenly forgetting that "home" has also been the traditional name for users' directories on UNIX systems). Probably a good head-nodding read for legacy techies, the post-web generation will most likely sigh "Oh, get OVER yourself" a few times before flinging this one across the room and going back to reading WIRED. ... Read more

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19. Rise & Resurrection of the American Programmer (Yourdon Press Computing Series)
by Prentice Hall PTR
Hardcover (April, 1996)
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Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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In 1992, Yourdon wroteThe Decline and Fall of the American Programmer, warning of impending loss of leadership by American software engineers. But a great deal has changed in three years, and Yourdon now sees a complete reversal of many of the trends he previously documented, as well as new trends such as the WWW, Java, "Good Enough" Software, and the enormous impact of Microsoft on the world of software and computing, that together signify the Resurrection of American software engineering. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Like a good wine, Improves with age
I bought this book march 2000, Read it, thought it was OK , left it on my shelf. 5 Years later I was going to discard it from my collection. opened it up and was surprised at the wealth of information in it and how closely it matches my own experience and philospohy. It is a mine of good information. Not a book to read front to back but to explore, it reads better than most web and magazine articles. If you can get one on the used market its worth 50cents of anyones money. i would say its time for a revised edition.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not exactly Yourdon's best book
While Yourdon's "Death March" wasn't another "Mythical Man-Month" by any measure, "Rise" is yet in another (much lower) class. Does Yourdon want to become a true industry pundit? Ed, your style is too clear for that; and you're writing in harback format, which doesn't blissfully disappear like all these magazines.2-0 out of 5 stars He shouldn't have changed his mind.
Although I haven't yet finished this book I can't help but feel that he was closer to the mark with his first book.In the last three years many foreign countries have been ramping up the amount of software developmentthey do for American (and European) clients.Local software developerscannot compete on cost, so they must compete either on innovation orquality.They're not making it on quality and innovations can only takeyou so far. ... Read more

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20. Finding Success Under 25
by Course Technology PTR
Paperback (21 November, 2006)
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