C. Grant GT Ltd

"c grant"
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (77 of 85)
Location: Cambridge
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 359,590 - Total Helpful Votes: 77 of 85
Canon IXUS 240 HS Digital Camera with Wi-Fi - Blue&hellip by Canon
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
When taking pictures, I like this camera. The screen is easy to see, zoom is quiet and it takes the picture well. I'm pleased with every photo I've taken, ranging from close up to stickers to record the serial numbers, or zoomed in shots of aircraft at Duxford IWM hangar.

I do find that the screen has to be pressed quite hard - if you're used to modern smart phones and the light touch they need then this screen seems a bit unresponsive.

My low rating is because the wifi refuses to upload my photos to the computer (though USB cable works fine). I have spent hours following the instructions, enabling discovery, enabling media streaming, disabling firewalls, entering… Read more
Windows 8 Apps with XAML and C# Unleashed by Adam Nathan
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I had a culture shock when a Windows 8 tablet was presented to me for a new application; I needed a book to get me up to speed on what was new in Win 8 using XAML. This book is excellent and did the job!

Using colour images of the screens and code, it was very easy to grasp the effects of various settings. In particular how to get tiles up and how to get on to the charms panel (which brought me up to speed on what it could be used for).

Thoroughly recommend this book.
Patterns for Time-Triggered Embedded Systems: Buil&hellip by Michael J. Pont
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very thorough, 21 Sep 2010
I'd better start with a disclaimer - the author Michael Pont is teaching the MSc. course in Reliable Embedded Systems at Leicester University that I'm attending.

The contents of this book are available free on the internet (legitimately) as part of academia the author had to make four years of work available for free. At 1000 pages I found it unwieldy as a pdf so I bought the book to dip in to - heavy but handy now.

The book itself is well written. If you know software patterns by the 'gang of four' then you'll be accustomed to the layout where each pattern has a context in which it applies, the problem and a pattern solution. The patterns show stylised circuit… Read more

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