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Based upon the previous reviews this is going to sound odd so forgive me. But I do not understand these new writers who choose to depict characters, who are supposed to be mature enough and professional enough to be selected from hundreds/thousands of candidates to investigate the most extraordinary object in the history of mankind, as immature teenagers. Walsh is a knee jerk prima dona, Bergan is a guy who thinks all about getting laid, and Holloway, our heroine, is afraid to speak her mind in her own area of expertise for fear of being thought of as insane. How did this group get selected? To travel together in a tiny capsule for 10 months? And then make first contact with an alien species? PLEASE!
My son is in love with these. The wide doesn't seem like it's really wide, usually you can tell by looking at them, but they fit him good. I was nervous about the light up shoes for school but it says on box jump to light up so it doesn't light up every step unless he's walks hard which I'm happy about.
It's actually a great tool. Quite easy to assemble and actually working fine and battery charge is enough for most yards I guess. Very easy to switch between functions except the wheel, which is a bit a pain to switch.
Although there are a few decent tid-bits of knowledge here e.g. the Sharepoint Tab Page chapter, most of the material here is a rehash of what most of us that have been in the SharePoint space for 1.5+ years should know. I bought the book primarily becase I saw both Mark Miller and Marc D. Anderson had penned it, but I have seen much better material from both individuals on their sites/blogs that have a far greater impact. For example, Marc Anderson's work in the SP object model with his codeplex/jquery libraries that work with the SP classes on the client-side would haver been a great addition to this book. It would be quite welcome if the author Mark Miller take comments such as these to really put out the 'book' for us that are the hackers/client side guys/gals that do the Asif Rehmani thing - we do not do Visual Studio, but rely on the UI, SharePoint Designer and jquery to craft solutions.