danial_thom at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 6 08:25:57 PST 2006
--- Chuck Robey <chuckr at chuckr.org> wrote:
> lars wrote:
> > Martin Cracauer wrote:
> >> Sean wrote on Mon, Jan 02, 2006 at
> 04:09:27PM -0500:
> >>> Looking for recommendations on any Unix
> programming books.
> >>> I have been out of things for a while so I
> would put my skill level
> >>> back to the beginning.
> >> W. Richard Steven's "Advanced Programming in
> the Unix Environment",
> >> along with his "Unix Network Programming"
> are still classics and from
> >> what I have seen best by far.
> >> Martin
> > I also recommend "The Art of UNIX
> Programming" by Eric S. Raymond
> > for some cultural information on Unix
> > It's also available whole online for free at
> his website.
> Oddly, I think I wish this were not so ... I
> would say, everything I've
> ever gotten that was free, turned out to be
> worth the price, and I just
> would not want to devalue that man's tremendous
> contribution, in any
> method whatsoever. Even if it means that
> teeners starting out have to
> beg a bit.
Oh please. Even books that aren't "free" are free
these days at the Border's library. Its all about
selling overpriced coffee.
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