The PHP Cookbook is a collection of problems, solutions, and practical examples
for PHP programmers. The book contains a unique and extensive collection of
best practices for everyday PHP programming dilemmas. It contains over 250
recipes, ranging from simple tasks to entire programs that demonstrate complex
tasks, such as printing HTML tables and generating bar charts -- a treasure
trove of useful code for PHP programmers, from novices to advanced
C++ is a flexible, powerful programming language with hundreds of
thousands of applications. However, the knowledge of how to take
advantage of its full potential comes only with time and experience.
That’s where this book comes in. Think of it as a “cookbook” for solving
your programming problems, much as The Joy of Cooking is a guide to
solving your dinner dilemmas.
We begin this book during the Fourth of July weekend, 75 days after the
Deepwater Horizon exploded, burst into flames, and sank, killing 11 men.
In the wake of this accident came the worst environmental disaster in U.S.
history. The starting date of our writing is significant because this is a weekend
when normally thousands of people would descend on the beaches and
restaurants of the Gulf Coast. The Gulf is a place of great bounty. A couple
of hours with some traps produces enough blue crabs to make a cauldron of
gumbo that can feed a family and guests for days.
Supervision, particularly as a component of initial training, and increasingly
as a contributory element in continuing professional development, is deeply
embedded in the cultures of the helping professions. This is despite the claim
(Holloway and Neufeldt, 1995) that there is no research on standardised and
empirically validated training programmes for supervisors. Client outcome is
the ultimate test of the effectiveness of supervision. But the relationship
between supervisor interventions and client change is subtle and complex.
.ETHICAL ISSUES IN ACCOUNTING
Ethical issues in the field of accounting have been previously considered in the UK only in terms of the application of codes of ethics. This unique book identifies accounting as an activity with complex ethical implications for the profession in general and for individual practitioners.
Creating institutions to meet the challenge of sustainability is arguably the most important task confronting society; it is also dauntingly complex. Ecological, economic, and social elements all play a role, but despite ongoing efforts, researchers have yet to succeed in integrating the various disciplines in a way that gives adequate representation to the insights of each.Panarchy, a term devised to describe evolving hierarchical systems with multiple interrelated elements, offers an important new framework for understanding and resolving this dilemma.
Ethical professional practice is the hallmark of effective educational
leadership. To be an exemplary educational leader it is imperative to have
a deeply developed and integrated level of ethical knowledge and awareness.
This essential form of professional knowledge enables educational
leaders to respond to the complex and multi-faceted ethical dimensions
inherent in the challenges, tensions, issues and dilemmas that are consistently
encountered in professional practice.
In a highly competitive industry, especially high-tech industry, a firm needs to have appropriate outsourcing strategies in order to survive. However, a firm used to have a strategic dilemma between supplier-oriented strategy and production-oriented strategy. Because of increasin complexity in the socio-economic surroundings along with rapidly changing technologies, how to have a suitable outsourcing investment is becoming an important focus for companies.
Our children have many complex challenges as they go through a myriad
of developmental phases from birth and infancy (ab incunabulis) to adulthood.
Parents often turn to their primary care clinician when behavioral
problems arise and they also expect that their family doctor will identify
the problems parents cannot yet comprehend. Indeed, many pediatric patients
in these offices have either nonmedical (ie, behavioral) dilemmas or
have medical problems complicated by behavioral influences [2,3].