Professional Linux Programming By tapping the strengths of the open-source movement, developers can write custom Linux software without spending a dime on licensing fees. Aimed at the experienced C/C++ programmer, Professional Linux Programming provides a wide-ranging and hands-on guide to the different pieces of the puzzle that are required to program successfully... GNOME 3 Application Development Beginner's Guide
Step-by-step practical guide to get to grips with GNOME application development
Full of easy to follow tutorials with ready-to-run code.
Covers most of the subsystems in the GNOME 3 platform stack, from low to high level.
Adapts common good development practices with...
MySQL: Building User Interfaces
MSQL: Building User Interfaces is written for developers who want to build GUI database applications using MySQL and GTK+. Mathew Stucky demonstrates how to begin, plan, build, and deploy custom applications that can be cross-compiled for either Linux or Microsoft Windows platforms.
Intended for developers who...
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