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Programmers at Work: Interviews With 19 Programmers Who Shaped the Computer Industry (Tempus)

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A collection of interviews that probe the minds of 20 of the most notable programmers. They highlight the forces, events and the personality traits that influenced today's software movers and shakers - how they approach design, is it a talent?, and how they see the future. Among the interviewees are Andy Hertzfield (Macintosh Operating System), John Warnock (Postscript) and C. Wayne Ratcliff (dBASE).

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Solaris 9 for Dummies
Solaris 9 for Dummies
Discover new security features and easier installation

Light up your system with a new resource manager, volume manager, and directory server

In the dark about Solaris 9? Open this book and let the sun shine in! It’ll help you chart a course for StarOffice, explore CDE and GNOME desktops, and harness Solaris power to...

Social and Political Implications of Data Mining: Knowledge Management in E-Government
Social and Political Implications of Data Mining: Knowledge Management in E-Government
In recent years, data mining has become a powerful tool in assisting society with its various layers and individual elements useful in obtaining intelligent information for making knowledgeable decisions. In the realm of knowledge discovery, data mining is becoming one of the most popular topics in information technology.

Social...

Beyond Bullets: Creative Journaling Ideas to Customize Your Personal Productivity System
Beyond Bullets: Creative Journaling Ideas to Customize Your Personal Productivity System

FUN, COLORFUL, AND CREATIVE SUGGESTIONS FOR THE NEWEST PRODUCTIVITY PHENOMENON.

Going beyond basic tools, this book offers tips, tricks and creative ways to transform your notebook into a treasured life companion, including:

• Ornamental lettering
• Personalized habit trackers...


Stress and Suffering at Work: The Role of Culture and Society
Stress and Suffering at Work: The Role of Culture and Society

This edited collection explores different strands of social constructionist theory and methods to provide a critique of the prevailing discourse of work stress, and introduces a radical new approach to conceptualizing suffering at work. Over the last three decades, stress and other forms of suffering at work...

The Basics of IT Audit: Purposes, Processes, and Practical Information (Basics (Syngress))
The Basics of IT Audit: Purposes, Processes, and Practical Information (Basics (Syngress))

The Basics of IT Audit: Purposes, Processes, and Practical Information provides you with a thorough, yet concise overview of IT auditing. Packed with specific examples, this book gives insight into the auditing process and explains regulations and standards such as the ISO-27000, series program, CoBIT, ITIL, Sarbanes-Oxley,...

Reconfigurable Computing: The Theory and Practice of FPGA-Based Computation (Systems on Silicon)
Reconfigurable Computing: The Theory and Practice of FPGA-Based Computation (Systems on Silicon)
In the two decades since field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) were introduced, they have radically changed the way digital logic is designed and  deployed. By marrying the high performance of application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) and the flexibility of microprocessors, FPGAs have made possible entirely new types of applications....
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