Willy Van den Driessche

Votes utiles reçus relativement à des chroniques: 68% (15 de 22)
Lieu: Belgium


Classement des meilleurs critiques: 35 284 - Total des votes Utile : 15 sur 22
What a Plant Knows: A Field Guide to the Senses de Daniel Chamovitz
I found this a delightful book. It focusses on the senses and has a look on what plants have to do for each of them. It is a scientific work with many surprising facts. I was also happy that the myth of the "plants listening to mozart" was finally debunked.
AOP in .NET de Matthew D Groves
AOP in .NET de Matthew D Groves
5.0 étoiles sur 5 PostSharp and Castle, 14 octobre 2013
This book gives a very good oevrsight of techniques that are available to .NET programmers to practice AOP. Even though there is obviously a chance for this to outdate quickly, I would still advise it because it goes beyond simple existing technologies and also focusses on principles.
The Strangest Man: The Hidden Life of Paul Dirac, &hellip de Graham Farmelo
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A correct title, 14 octobre 2013
I didn't know Dirac (except from name) before this book. There is no doubt that Dirac was a genius and a very dedicated person to his cause. It's very enlightning to learn about his family life to provide clues in which way he was traumatizes by his father, mother and the suicide of his brother. It once again shows that a beautiful theory comes from a beautiful mind but not necessarily from a good person (I wouldn't want to live with him).

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