Books in category Computers – Reference

  • A Subject Guide to Quality Web Sites

    A Subject Guide to Quality Web Sites
    Paul R. Burden

    The sites included in this collection are stable and have librarian tested high-quality information: the most important attribute information can have.

  • How to Do Everything Adobe Acrobat X

    How to Do Everything Adobe Acrobat X
    Doug Sahlin

    Based on Acrobat X Pro, which includes all the features of Acrobat X Standard and more, this hands-on guide helps you maximize the capabilities of this powerful software in no time.

  • Chris Crawford on Interactive Storytelling

    Chris Crawford on Interactive Storytelling
    Chris Crawford

    As a game designer or new media storyteller, you know that the story is everything.

  • How to Do Everything with Online Video

    How to Do Everything with Online Video
    Andrew Shalat

    YouTube alone has more than 20 million unique visitors who watch more than 100,000 videos daily

  • Windows Vista in a Nutshell

    Windows Vista in a Nutshell
    Preston Gralla

    With this book's simple organization, you'll easily find any setting, tool, or feature for the task you want to accomplish.

  • How to Do Everything MacBook

    How to Do Everything MacBook
    Robin Noelle

    How to Do Everything: MacBook Draws on author’s personal experience as a writer who travels, providing tips and tricks for getting the best out of the MacBook on the road Contains accurate and up-to-date product information on latest …

  • Noah Webster of Smileys

    Noah Webster of Smileys
    David Sanderson, Dale Dougherty

    A showcase of the use of smileys–the computer underground hieroglyphs that originally showed up in e-mail messages–provides readers with a peek at electronic e-mail culture. Original.

  • Performance Testing With JMeter 2 9

    Performance Testing With JMeter 2.9
    Bayo Erinle

    Performance Testing With JMeter 2.9 is a standard tutorial that will help you polish your fundamentals, guide you through various advanced topics, and along the process help you learn new tools and skills.This book is for developers, …

  • Understanding Linux Network Internals

    Understanding Linux Network Internals
    Christian Benvenuti

    Benvenuti describes the relationship between the Internet's TCP/IP implementation and the Linux Kernel so that programmers and advanced administrators can modify and fine-tune their network environment.

  • Simply Scheme

    Simply Scheme
    Brian Harvey, Matthew Wright

    Showing off scheme – Functions – Expressions – Defining your own procedures – Words and sentences – True and false – Variables – Higher-order functions – Lambda – Introduction to recursion – The leap of faith – How recursion works – Common …

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