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An adaptation of the business classic Getting Things Done for teenage readers

The most interconnected generation in history is navigating unimaginable amounts of social pressure, both in personal and online interactions. Very little time, focus, or education is being spent teaching and coaching this generation how to navigate this unprecedented amount of "stuff" entering their lives each day. How do we help the overloaded and distracted next generation deal with increasing complexity and help them not only survive, but thrive? How do we help them experience stress-free productivity and gain momentum and confidence? How do we help them achieve autonomy, so that they can confidently take on whatever comes their way? 

Getting Things Done for Teens will train the next generation to overcome these obstacles and flourish by coaching them to use the internationally renowned Getting Things Done methodology. In its two editions, David Allen's classic has been translated into dozens of languages and sold over a million copies, establishing itself as one of the most influential business books of its era, and the ultimate book on personal organization. Getting Things Done for Teens will adapt its lessons by offering a fresh take on the GTD methodology, framing life as a game to play and GTD as the game pieces and strategies to play your most effective game. It presents GTD in a highly visual way and frames the methodology as not only as a system for being productive in school, but as a set of tools for everyday life. 

Getting Things Done for Teens is the how-to manual for the next generation--a strategic guidebook for creating the conditions for a fruitful and effective future.
IBM's Best-Selling Guide to XPages Development–Now Updated and Expanded for Lotus Notes/Domino 9.0.1

XPages instantly revolutionized Notes/Domino application development, and the newest versions deliver unprecedented performance and flexibility. Now, the popular insider's guide to XPages development has been updated and expanded to reflect all these improvements, through IBM Notes/Domino 9.0.1 and beyond.

Three key members of the IBM XPages team have brought together comprehensive knowledge for delivering outstanding solutions. They have added several hundred pages of new content, including four new chapters. Drawing on their unsurpassed experience, they present new tips, samples, and best practices reflecting the platform's growing maturity. Writing for both XPages newcomers and experts, they cover the entire project lifecycle, including problem debugging, performance optimization, and application scalability.

This second edition of Mastering XPages fully addresses enhancements to the XPages data sources for Domino views and documents; the latest XPages mobile library; the new Domino Designer Server-Side JavaScript debugger; and improvements to integrated technologies such as Dojo and CKEditor.

Nearly every chapter contains at least one downloadable sample application, offering extensive hands-on practice. This guide concludes with complete references to XSP tags, relevant Java/JavaScript classes, and XSP style classes.

Coverage includes

* Understanding XPages' development paradigm, tooling, runtime framework, and application architecture
* Configuring Domino Designer and integrating XPages Extension Library
* Constructing application logic and using data binding controls
* Reading/writing Notes documents: from use cases to design properties
* Using Views, including examples of accessing calendars via REST
* Making the most of Notes/Domino 9.0's new DataView control
* Coding: from the basics to fully customized behavior
* Advanced scripting: AJAX, Dojo, @Functions, managed beans, and more
* Extending the Rich Text Editor's functionality
* Building and consuming new controls with Extensibility APIs
* Taking web applications offline in the Notes client
* Building mobile apps: controls, design patterns, and best practices
* Debugging Server-Side JavaScript with Domino Designer 9.0
* Creating apps that look and work great–for local and global audiences
* Systematically optimizing performance and scalability
* Protecting data and users: leveraging Domino and Notes security models

The first complete, practical guide to XPages development - direct from members of the XPages development team at IBM Lotus

Martin Donnelly, Mark Wallace, and Tony McGuckin have written the definitive programmer's guide to utilizing this breakthrough technology. Packed with tips, tricks, and best practices from IBM's own XPages developers, Mastering XPages brings together all the information developers need to become experts - whether you’re experienced with Notes/Domino development or not. The authors start from the very beginning, helping developers steadily build your expertise through practical code examples and clear, complete explanations. Readers will work through scores of real-world XPages examples, learning cutting-edge XPages and XSP language skills and gaining deep insight into the entire development process. Drawing on their own experience working directly with XPages users and customers, the authors illuminate both the technology and how it can be applied to solving real business problems.

Martin Donnelly previously led a software startup that developed and distributed small business accounting software. Donnelly holds a Commerce degree from University College Cork and an M.S. in Computer Science from Boston University.

Mark Wallace has worked at IBM for 15 years on many projects as a technical architect and application developer.

Tony McGuckin participates in the Lotus OneUI Web Application and iWidget Adoption Workgroup. He holds a bachelor's degree in Software Engineering from the University of Ulster.

The 10th International Conference on the Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming (CP 2003) was held in Toronto, Canada, during September 27 – October 1, 2004. Information about the conference can be found on the Web at http://ai.uwaterloo.ca/~cp2004/ Constraint programming (CP) is about problem modelling, problem solving, programming, optimization, software engineering, databases, visualization, user interfaces, and anything to do with satisfying complex constraints. It reaches into mathematics, operations research, arti?cial intelligence, algorithms, c- plexity, modelling and programming languages, and many aspects of computer science. Moreover, CP is never far from applications, and its successful use in industry and government goes hand in hand with the success of the CP research community. Constraintprogrammingcontinuesto beanexciting,?ourishingandgrowing research?eld,astheannualCPconferenceproceedingsamplywitness.Thisyear, from 158 submissions, we chose 46 to be published in full in the proceedings. Instead of selecting one overall best paper, we picked out four “distinguished” papers – though we were tempted to select at least 12 such papers. In addition we included 16 short papersin the proceedings– these were presentedas posters at CP 2004. This volume includes summaries of the four invited talks of CP 2004. Two speakers from industry were invited. However these were no ordinary industrial representatives,buttwoofthe leadingresearchersinthe CPcommunity:Helmut Simonis of Parc Technologies, until its recent takeover by Cisco Systems; and Jean Francoi ̧ s Puget, Director of Optimization Technology at ILOG. The other two invited speakers are also big movers and shakers in the researchcommunity.
 >> „Kdybych měl svému mladšímu já něco vzkázat, tak by to bylo: Nauč se co nejdřív řídit sám sebe! A GTD je metoda, která mě v oblasti sebeřízení ovlivnila nejvíc ze všeho.“ – Petr Mára <<

# O knize

Objev dokonalé metody, se kterými zvládneš bez stresu školu, sport, rodinu, přátele i zábavu. Tato kniha tě zbaví nesoustředěnosti, pomůže ti vytvořit si plán a navíc díky ní pochopíš mnohé o tom, jak funguje naše mysl. Mít vše hotovo pro teenagery není obyč ejná knížka. Je to chytrý prů vodce a balík skvělých nástrojů pro život – pro tvůj úspěšný život.
Původní kniha Davida Allena Mít vše hotovo je velmi slavná: po celém světě na ni nedají dopustit miliony lidí, kteří se rozhodli lépe si uspořádat život. Mít vše hotovo pro teenagery ji přizpůsobuje potřebám tvé generace. Svět je čím dál složitější a naučit se zvládat změny bude tvou superschopností!

# S Mít vše hotovo pro teenagery se naučíš:

- Jak si pomocí jednoduchých pravidel uspořádat všechny své úkoly a aktivity, abys na nic nezapomněl či nezapomněla
- Jak se nenechat rozhodit, když se vě ci zdánlivě vymykají kontrole
- Proč je užitečné stanovovat si cíle a jak se připravit na jejich změnu
- Jak se vyhnout úzkosti a pocitu zahlcení povinnostmi
- Mít dobrý pocit z toho, co děláš, i z toho, co neděláš

S knížkou můžeš pracovat sám či sama, společně s kamarádem nebo s někým dospělým. Vyzkoušej z ní různé tipy, zkus přijít na to, co pro tebe funguje nejlépe, a stavěj na tom dál. Když se tvůj svět stane složitějším, přečti si knihu znovu, protože je plná nápadů, které ti pomohou projít všemi etapami života. Užij si to dobrodružství!


# O autorovi

David Allen je považován za jednoho z nejvlivnějších světových myslitelů v oblasti osobní produktivity. Pracuje pro organizace, jako je pojišťovna New York Life, Světová banka, Fordova nadace, obchodní společnost L.L. Bean nebo americké námořnictvo, a vede také své vlastní workshopy pro jednotlivce i organizace po celém světě. Je předsedou Společnosti Davida Allena a má více než pětatřicetiletou praxi manažerského konzultanta a kouče. O jeho práci píší periodika jako Fast Company, Fortune, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Wall Street Journal a mnoho jiných. Jeho kniha Mít vše hotovo byla kromě Spojených států vydána ve více než třiceti dalších zemích – včetně České republiky. Allen žije v nizozemském hlavním městě Amsterdamu.


# Více o knize


www.melvil.cz/kniha-mit-vse-hotovo-pro-teenagery
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