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Pro Bash Programming: Scripting the GNU/Linux Shell
posted by cfaj

A complete reference to programming the Bash shell, including Bash-4.0.
3427 None 12-30-2009 05:54 AM No reviews
Foundations of GTK+ Development
posted by AndrewKrause

GTK+ is one of the most influential graphical toolkits for the Linux operating system. It is the technology upon which the GNOME and XFCE desktop environments are based, and i ...
3247 None 06-06-2007 08:29 PM No reviews
Beginning Python: From Novice to Professional
posted by jtshaw

Magnus Lie Hetland's introduction to Python.
17172 8.50 07-20-2006 10:10 PM 2 reviews
Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment
posted by jtshaw

Complete programming reference for Unix, Linux, and BSD and all other POSIX.1 compliant systems.
22957 10.00 07-01-2005 03:41 PM 1 reviews
The Definitive Guide to MySQL
posted by acid_kewpie

This second edition of Michael Kofler's acclaimed MySQL book has updated and expanded to cover MySQL 4.0, the most recent production release of the popular open source databas ...
31228 9.00 06-19-2005 03:28 PM 1 reviews
AI Techniques for Game Programming
posted by t3gah

Pub Date: February 2002 By: Matt Buckland Pages: 480 Link">http:­/­/safari­.oreilly­.com­/193184198X]Link @ O'Reilly.com
2303 None 05-05-2005 06:43 PM 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.
23152 8.00 03-18-2005 05:56 AM 4 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 ...
3211 None 11-01-2004 06:24 AM No reviews
Practical Python
posted by bulliver

Practical Python offers a highly useful guide to the Python programming language. In disarmingly readable prose, author Magnus Lie Hetland guides you through those concepts of ...
32673 9.00 06-02-2004 02:01 PM 1 reviews
Advanced UNIX Programming
posted by crabboy

UNIX application programming requires a mastery of system-level services. Making sense of the many functions-more than 1,100 functions in the current UNIX specification-is a d ...
37390 10.00 05-27-2004 04:56 PM 1 reviews
Code Reading: The Open Source Perspective
posted by |2ainman

Book that teaches one how to read source code to more accurately understand, reuse, appreciate, maintain, and refactor programs. Comes with a CD full of source code examples. ...
19031 9.00 03-29-2004 03:45 AM 1 reviews
Perl Medic: Transforming Legacy Code
posted by jeremy

Today's Perl developers spend 60-80% of their time working with existing Perl code. Now, there's a start-to-finish guide to understanding that code, maintaining it, updating i ...
20723 8.00 03-17-2004 03:41 PM 1 reviews
The C++ Standard Library, A Tutorial and Reference
posted by DougRoyer

Requires and understanding of C++ programming. Explains the usage with examples of the standard template library (STL). Great for an experienced C++ programmer wishing to ...
16174 8.00 02-19-2004 03:19 PM 1 reviews
The C++ Programming Language
posted by jeremy

Stroustrup, creator of C , covers standard C and the key programming and design techniques supported by C , including every major language feature and the standard library ...
35522 7.67 02-15-2004 11:15 AM 3 reviews



  



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