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Sams Teach Yourself Shell Programming in 24 Hours, Second Edition
posted by t3gah

Just like the title states... learn shell programming in 24 hours using the Sams method of learning. The book starts with the basics of UNIX and works it's way toward the m ...
3840 None 05-05-2005 12:20 AM No reviews
Accellerated C++: Practical Programming by Example
posted by scuzzman

This book starts teaching C++ without teaching C first. As opposed to normal methods by books, Accellerated C++ starts right off using the STL and other C++ features.
23746 8.00 03-18-2005 06:56 AM 4 reviews
Beginning Perl
posted by Scruff

Text takes the reader from installation, through the core language elements (regular expressions, references, modules, and the like), and on to basic applied techniques. Also ...
25819 10.00 02-27-2005 06:38 PM 1 reviews
Schaum's Outline of Programming with C 2nd Edition
posted by Nerox

he broad, yet in-depth coverage of C programming language, within the context of today's C programming style, makes this book as useful for practicing professionals as it is f ...
42846 9.00 02-20-2005 05:12 PM 1 reviews
Linux Socket Programming
posted by Nerox

This book teaches readers how to program Linux sockets, and gives them everything they need to know to make programs communicate effetively over networks. It presents a compr ...
49434 6.00 02-20-2005 04:19 PM 1 reviews
Effective AWK Programming
posted by peter_robb

A complete guide to the awk/gawk language. Written by Arnold Robbins, a long time gawk maintainer
14352 9.00 01-19-2005 03:05 PM 1 reviews
The C Programming Language - Second Edition
posted by kesara

This book was written by Brain Kernighan & Dennis Richie (One who develeped C). This book has all you need to know about C. This book is spcially desinged for using C on an ...
32737 9.13 01-16-2005 04:34 AM 8 reviews
PHP Cookbook
posted by pnh73

The PHP Cookbook is a collection of problems, solutions, and practical examples for PHP programmers. The book contains a unique and extensive collection of best practices for ...
19645 10.00 12-30-2004 01:04 PM 1 reviews
PHP 5 Power Programming
posted by Mara

By Andi Gutmans, Stig Saether Bakken and Derick Rethans Table of contents: Foreword Preface: Introduction and Background 1. What Is New in PHP 5? 2. PHP 5 Basic Languag ...
25494 9.00 11-23-2004 02:19 PM 1 reviews
Advanced Linux Programming
posted by Nerox

The book will help you to: -Develop GNU/Linux software that works the way users expect it to. -Write more sophisticated programs with features such as multiprocessi ...
3263 None 11-01-2004 07:24 AM No reviews
Teach Yourself C in 24 Hours 2nd Edition
posted by kierl

Teach Yourself C in 24 Hours is an intro to C book written by Tony Zhang and John Southmayd and published by Sams Publishing. It is broken down into 24 chapters that each take ...
15764 5.00 10-09-2004 03:36 PM 1 reviews
Beginning Web Programming with HTML, XHTML and CSS
posted by bigjohn

A beginners guide to html, xhtml and css.
14621 9.00 08-24-2004 08:12 AM 1 reviews
Linux Shell Script Programming
posted by sphynx

This book covers basic Bash scripting, and brushes on Sed/Awk at the end
17831 6.50 07-25-2004 12:52 AM 2 reviews
Writing Solid Code
posted by DaveG

"Microsoft's Techniques for Developing Bug-Free C Programs" (publisher). IMHO, applicable to most areas of program development providing a practical guide on how to write bug ...
17209 10.00 07-02-2004 03:19 PM 1 reviews
Thinking in C++ Vol 2
posted by yelo

This is the second volume in the thinking in c++ series
14475 10.00 06-10-2004 09:03 AM 1 reviews




  



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