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General programming should be done in C or C++ I guess. But PhP, Perl, Python, Fortran, Java, just to name some are widely used.
I started with Pascal, a pretty straight foward language, and now I am in the process of migrating to C/C++.
I have used www.uol.com.br/olinux as a tutorial, the problem is : it is in Portuguese . But I am sure you can find more stuff with a quick google search.
A good book on TCP/IP protocols is TCP/IP network admnistration by Craig Hunt (O`Reilly). I own a copy, what was good help. For C language, C A Reference Maunal by S. P. Harbison III and G. L. Steele Jr..
Hope this helps,
Well I did a google search but it's really hard to find QUALITY sites nowadays since the Internet grew too much. I've been working with Basic, Pascal, C++ (DOS/Win32), Win32ASM but as I've been doing mostly webprogramming the past 2 years and never worked with a real programming language like assembler for like 3 years I'm in need to refresh my whole knowledge.
I never did TCP/IP and database programming though (except once with Perl-DBI otherwise all the time using webbased interface and PHP).
A good book about MySQL or other databases would do good also I think.
I don't think that GUI programming in assemble is insane. It's just PURE power and CLEAN code (as clean as you code it) ... you should take a look at the code c++ and other compilers produce for Win32.
Besides that you can learn quite a lot when doing assembly programming :-)