WHEN I FIRST started working as a nutritionist in elite sport
over a decade ago, the most common thing I would hear from
athletes was: ‘James, I’m here because Coach says I need to
Fortunately things have moved on just a little since then.
Nutrition has become an integral part of...
Building Telephony Systems with OpenSIPS 1.6
SIP is the most important VoIP protocol and OpenSIPS is clearly the open source leader in VoIP platforms based on pure SIP. The whole telecommunication industry is changing to an IP environment, and telephony in the way we know today will disappear in less than ten years. SIP is the protocol leading this disruptive revolution and it is one of...
SQL Server Execution Plans
Every day, out in the various online forums devoted to SQL Server, and on Twitter, the same types of questions come up repeatedly: Why is this query running slowly? Why is SQL Server ignoring my index? Why does this query run quickly sometimes and slowly at others? My response is the same in each case: have you looked at the execution plan? An... Asterisk 1.4 the Professionals Guide Asterisk is the leading Open Source Telephony application and PBX software solution. It represents an effective, easy-to-administer, and accessible platform for running enterprise telephony requirements. The real world, however, offers numerous hurdles when running Asterisk in the commercial environment including call routing, resilience, or...
Android Application Development with Maven
Learn how to use and configure Maven to support all phases of the development of an Android application
About This Book
Learn how to effectively use Maven to create, test, and release Android applications
Customize Maven using a variety of suggested plugins for the most popular Android...
Microservices: Flexible Software Architecture
The Most Complete, Practical, and Actionable Guide to Microservices
Going beyond mere theory and marketing hype, Eberhard Wolff presents all the knowledge you need to capture the full benefits of this emerging paradigm. He illuminates...
Spacecraft Power Systems The first man-made satellite was Sputnik I, launched and operated by Russia in the low Earth orbit in 1957. In the decade that followed, the American space exploration programs launched many Earth orbiting satellites. The first commercial geosynchronous satellite, Intelsat-1, was placed in orbit in 1965, and, in 1969, NASA’s Apollo-11 became...
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