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I actually got this for my daughter who is now 11 months old. My husband and I took our toddler to an indoor playplace and they had a sensory pool for infants. My daughter absolutely loved it. She had so much fun I went looking for something we could play with at home.
Does a good job of showing the basic ropes of whats available in Access before you ever start writing any code. There is good coverage of forms and database design. Would have liked more help on using Navigation in designing a more complex interface using the good DB design practices outlined in the book.
After a year of using this wine chiller, it still amazes me how wonderful it is. It's a must have for anybody who has wine drinking friends that just drop by. The motionless option is great for drinkers of fine unfiltered beers, who don't want to stir up the sediment.
This is a great book for the General GRE. As of 2013, the GRE has 6 sections: 1 Writing, 2 Verbal Reasoning, and 2 Quantitative Reasoning, and 1 "Test" section. The "Test" section is used to try out future questions and doesn't count for your score.
I have used Quicken for years and as in the past, when they update (3 years) they cut you off at the knees and do not allow all internet functions on the older versions (in my case 2007). Frankly, if I could find another program, open source for ubuntu, I'd drop Intuit in a nano-second - that would include Quick Books, Turbo Tax and all versions of Quicken.
Looks great, but I could not say the same for the taste. My husband was so very disappointed. It's back to the drawing board.
Kids who don't have trampolines & whose parents can afford them are being neglected. Best money we've ever spent on a toy. Even our high schooler still loves it (this is our third trampoline... hard to move one across the country). No reason to buy one of those $1000 things when you can have this baby delivered right to your front door (where your kids can see it and spoil the Christmas surprise, but whatever. Maybe have it delivered to your neighbor, instead?) for about 1/4 the cost. Easy to assemble, light enough to move around so you can mow under it, and the mat around it seems to hold up well (we've had ours a year, still looks fairly new).