101 Secrets for Your Twenties by Paul Angone PDF

By Paul Angone

ISBN-10: 0802410847

ISBN-13: 9780802410849

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What do you do if you happen to hit your twenties and observe the lifestyles you knew for the final twenty years has been replaced, twisted, or hash-tagged into whatever you weren't expecting?

Secret #12: Your twenties will produce extra failure than you'll decide to take into accout. the bottom line is: for those who fail, don't start calling your self a failure.

Secret #35: Obsessive comparability illness is the smallpox of our new release. keep in mind that everyone seems to be too busy placing a PR spin on their fb profile to care a lot approximately yours.

Secret #44: The Freshman-Fifteen is not anything in comparison to the Cubicle-Cincuenta. Don't sit down at your machine perched like a Roman gargoyle letting place of work birthday cake be pressured upon you.

Discover ninety-eight different secrets and techniques for rocking your post-college, grown-up existence during this book!

"This e-book is a must-read for twenty-somethings and past who're being affected by the best way to navigate in today's hyper-connected, chaotic world-and the ebook itself is formatted as a enjoyable, attractive page-turner."
-Jenny Blake, writer of existence After collage: the total consultant to Getting What You Want

"I continuously inform people who I'm having fun with my 30s far more than my 20s and now i do know why: I didn't have this publication! secrets and techniques #21 and #36 by myself may have helped me via such a lot of events. I can't inform you how satisfied i'm that this booklet exists for the following generation!"
-Bryan Allain, writer, author of Killer Tribes

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1 Creating a Domain Class The heart of a Grails application is its domain model, that is, the set of domain classes and their relationships. A domain class represents persistent data and, by default, is used to create a table in a database. We’ll talk more about this shortly when we create our first domain class. For creating domain classes, Grails provides a convenience script called (unsurprisingly)1 create-domain-class. The designers of Grails followed the principle of least surprise; most names in Grails are common sense and therefore easy to remember.

This is not one of them. Instead, what Grails is doing here is synthesizing behavior at runtime. When a method call beginning with findBy is made on one of our domain classes, Grails will parse the rest of the method name to see whether it matches any of the properties of the class. Then it executes the behavior that we would expect if a method with that name and parameters did exist. This is called a dynamic finder, and it is part of one of Grails’ core components called Grails Object Relational Mapping (GORM).

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