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Programming iOS 4: Fundamentals of iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch Development
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Sams Teach Yourself C++ in One Hour a Day (7th Edition)
2011 was a special year for C++. With the ratification of the new standard, C++11
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On August 11, 2010, nearly two years ago, John Resig (creator of jQuery) announced
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recognition of jQuery itself as a tool for mobile sites and that work would be done
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Java Programming: Introductory This book does not assume prior programming experience and introduces object-oriented techniques early and explores them extensively.
This book distinguishes itself from other Java titles in that it does not assume prior programming experience and introduces object-oriented techniques early and explores them extensively. The book is...
This book was written by Michael Margolis with Nick Weldin to help you explore the amazing things you can do with Arduino.
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Linux Complete Command Reference Compiled by Red Hat Software, Inc., the company that has assembled the most popular x86 installation of Linux, this command reference is massive, authoritative, and as complete as any reference can be. In 1,500 pages of tiny print, this heavy-duty tome documents every command, utility, file system, library function, and administration tool in the...
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