There are 18 books in this catalogue.
The Road Ahead
Book Number: 34691
London Viking Press 1995 8vo hardcover 304pp index, b/w illus. very good / very good d/w.
I Sing The Body Electronic
Book Number: 35439
Viking, New York: 1995. 8vo. hardcover. v.good/v.good. Index. An outsider is allowed into the labyrinth to watch a Microsoft multimedia project from conception to partial completion. If you are interested in understanding Microsoft's strengths--and weaknesses--breaking into new markets, this is a must-read book
Bots: The Origin of New Species
Book Number: 37969
San Francisco Hardwired 1997 8vo hardcover 218pp index. very good+ / very good+ d/w.
Book Number: 42514
McGraw-Hill Companies 2001 4to softcover 357pp index. very good. This programmer's resource explains how to optimize SQL statements and procedures and create a customized SQL debugging environment for error-free applications.
Understanding MySQL Internals
Book Number: 55745
United States, O'Reilly Media, 2007 Large 8vo softcover 235pp index. very good. Sasha Pachev graduated from the Brigham Young University in 1998 with a degree in Computer Science, worked on the MySQL development team in 2000-2002, and was the original developer of replication in MySQL. In 2003 he wrote his first book MySQL Enterprise Solutions.
The Philips MS-DOS 3.3 - User Reference Manual
Book Number: 59927
Philips Electronics 1988 4to. Softcover. 393pp. Unused copy. Index. Contents includes, More About Files and Directories, About Commands, MS-DOS Commands, Batch Processing, MS-DOS Editing and Function Keys, The Line Editor (EDLIN), DEBUG, Single Floppy Disk Drive System, How to Configure Your System, Installable Device Drivers, Configuring Your Hard Disk (FDISK), How To Use Code Pages, MS-DOS Message Directory, Lin: A Linker.
Book Number: 42584
Oxford University Press, 1998 8vo softcover 238pp index, colour illus. very good+.
The Blogging Revolution
Book Number: 43453
Melbourne University Publishing September 1, 2008 8vo softcover 336pp very good. This searching examination explores how the internet is threatening the rule of particularly repressive governments-including China, Cuba, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Syria. Addressing internet censorship, citizen journalism, and the growing popularity of blogging as a means for change, this in-depth analysis provides unique insight into these cultures as well as the latest media technologies.
Book Number: 61641
Little Brown 2013 Fat trade paperback. 568pp. Very good.
Natural Language Understanding
Book Number: 2658
The Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company Inc. 1987 8vo. hardcover. 573pp. Bibliography, index. Very good. / Very good d/w with faded spine.