|Author:||Dawna Travis Dewire|
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|ePUB size:||1142 kb|
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|Category:||Networking and Cloud Computing|
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill (January 1, 1994)|
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Ms. Dewire teaches courses in information systems design, database development, and process reengineering. Prior to joining Babson College, she was on the full-time faculty at Bentley College.
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Books By Dawna Travis Dewire. Application Development for Distributed Environments (James Martin/Mcgraw-Hill Productivity Series). Thin Clients: Web-Based Client/Server Architecture and Applications. Client/Server Computing (James Martin/Mcgraw-Hill Productivity). by Dawna Travis Dewire. Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The.
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Of all the chapters in this book, the two dealing with information technology will have the shortest half-life. 1 Because of the constant flow of new technology, what is written about today will have changed somewhat by tomorrow.