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Design Patterns in Communications Software
posted by orgcandman

Design Patterns in Communcations Software is geared towards the Software Engineer working with mission critical communications systems that have high reliability and availabil ...
26616 8.00 08-12-2005 02:02 PM 1 reviews
C++ From The Ground Up ( 2nd Ed )
posted by leonscape

This book covers a lot of ground, from the basics of types, to the advanced templates. It requires no previous experiance in programming ( C or otherwise ), but of course any ...
18321 9.00 04-09-2004 04:58 AM 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. ...
19250 9.00 03-29-2004 03:45 AM 1 reviews
C++ GUI Programming with Qt 3
posted by trickykid

The first official Trolltech guide to Qt 3.2 programming! Straight from Trolltech, this book covers all you need to build industrial-strength applications with Qt 3.2.x and ...
5108 None 03-25-2004 08:17 PM No reviews
C How To Program (Second Edition)
posted by DrOzz

well i have always like the Deitel & Deitel editions of programming books, so thats why i am writing to tell ... if you are new to the world and you wish to start learning ...
25430 5.50 03-13-2004 08:05 PM 2 reviews
C Primer Plus - Third Edition
posted by codedv

Begins with the fundamentals of C programming and illustrates real-world C programming conecpts and techniques. Includes enhanced, task-orientated examples that teach you h ...
29130 9.00 02-15-2004 06:05 PM 1 reviews



  



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