Books, Magazines & Articles

black_dot http://www.rahul.net/kenton/40errs.html
40 Most Common X Programming Errors – The X Window System has come a long way since Version 11 was first released in 1987. There are now thousands of X programmers developing thousands of X applications. Together these X programmers have probably made thousands of programming errors, many of them the same errors over and over. This paper reviews the 40 most common X programming errors. Hopefully, by seeing them here, you will be able to avoid repeating them in your programs.
red_dot http://www.tldp.org/LDP/abs/html
Advanced Bash Scripting Guide – The Advanced Bash Scripting Guide is both a reference and a tutorial on shell scripting. This comprehensive book (the equivalent of about 600 print pages) covers almost every aspect of shell scripting. It contains 280 profusely commented illustrative examples, and a number of tables.
black_dot http://www.lysator.liu.se/c
ANSI C – Programming in C.
red_dot http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/Page_asm/0_Page_asm.html
Art of Assembly Language Programming and HLA by Randall Hyde – Excellent tutorial, Art of Assembly Language. ASM Style Guide.
black_dot http://math.nist.gov/~RPozo/c++class
C++ Programming for Scientists – NIST Course on C++ Programming for Scientists.
black_dot http://www.desy.de/user/projects/C++.html
C++ Virtual Library – The C++ Virtual Library. Last updated October 25th, 1995.
red_dot http://www.cio.com
@CIO.com – Resources for Information Executives - ERP, CRM, e-business, information strategy and analysis, security, technology industry insights for CIOs from IDG. Award winning site with all CIO articles, research, case studies, opinion, events, community about ERP, CRM, knowledge management, strategy, alignment, intranet, outsourcing, e-business, security and more.
black_dot http://java.sun.com/docs/codeconv/html/CodeConvTOC.doc.html
Code Conventions for the Java® Programming Language – This document reflects the Java language coding standards presented in the Java Language Specification, from Sun Microsystems, Inc.
black_dot http://www.microsoft.com/globaldev/reference/default.mspx
Code pages – Here you can find information about keyboards, languages, locales, codepages, and other necessary information to enable international features of Windows XP/2000, as well as presentations, glossary of terms used in globalization, and product release notes.
black_dot http://www.cs.rice.edu/~dwallach/CPlusPlusStyle.html
Coding Convention for C++ – This document was borrowed and slightly modified from the Berkeley Systems, Inc. coding conventions. If you’re looking for something more comprehensive, try the Ellemtel C++ Rules and Recommendations.
black_dot http://www.commweb.com
Commweb – is a one-stop guide to advanced communication systems, networks and the convergence of voice, data and the internet.
red_dot http://www.compunotes.com
CompuNotes – Software Reviews, Hardware Reviews.
black_dot http://www.cgw.com
Computer Graphics World – graphics, 3d modeling, CAD and visual computing – Magazine explores 3D modeling, animation, visualization, rendering, simulation, CAD, Maya, and other techniques for those who create digital content for film, broadcast, video, and game applications.
black_dot http://www.december.com/cmc/mag
Computer-Mediated Communication Magazine – Gives you insight into the world of human communication online through its monthly magazine archive and current news feeds. This page links to content from past issues and current headlines from information technology news sources.
black_dot http://www.devx.com
DevX – is the leading provider of technical information, tools and services for IT professionals developing corporate applications.
black_dot http://www.ibm.com/developerworks
developerWorks – IBM’s resource for developers.
black_dot http://www.informatik.uni-trier.de/~ley/db/index.html
DBLP Bibliography – Computer Science Bibliography. DBLP now lists more than 370000 articles. Maintained by Michael Ley.
black_dot http://h30097.www3.hp.com/docs/pub_page/V40F_DOCS.HTM?jumpid=reg_r1002_usen_c-001_title_r0001
Digital UNIX Documentation Library – For complete information on the printed versions of the Tru64 UNIX documentation set, see the Documentation Overview. The descriptions in the Documentation Overview include order numbers for the full documentation kit and its subkits, for the Reference Pages kit, and for individual books.
black_dot http://dmreview.com
DM Review – DM Review magazine is a monthly publication, covering business intelligence/ data warehousing/ e-business issues for executive and IT management through columns by top industry experts, articles, data warehouse success stories, executive interviews and product reviews.
red_dot http://www.levenez.com
Eric Levenez page – Unix History, Windows History, Programming Language History diagrams.
black_dot http://filext.com
FILExt.com – is the file extension source. Here you’ll find a collection of file extensions; many linked to the programs that created the files.
black_dot http://free-help-internet.com
Free Help Internet – (Russian resource) Internet safety. Information for newbie. FAQ, HowTo, explanations.
black_dot http://burks.bton.ac.uk/burks/language/asm/asmtut/asm1.htm
Gavin’s Guide to 80x86 Assembly – This was originally written for the Phil Inch’s Game Developer’s Magazine and after getting lots of positive feedback I expanded and improved it. I have spent a lot of time working on this and would appreciate hearing from you if you like it.
black_dot http://www.mcc.ac.uk/grub
Grub – GNU’s Grand Universal Boot Loader for PCs. Grub’s manual and also description of multi-boot standard.
black_dot http://www.thejemreport.com
The Jem Report – Welcome to The Jem Report, a computer resource for professionals and ordinary home users who simply want to gain more experience in the field of personal computing. Here you’ll find honest reviews, articles, and other research and information tools to help you get started on building and fixing your own computer; you’ll also find articles and reviews to help you make informed buying decisions. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, post a message in the Community Message Forums. Feel free to ask a technical question, request a recommendation, or read up on the latest equipment and software. Use the menu at the top to navigate the various areas of the site.
red_dot http://www.mit.edu/hacker/hacker.html
The Hacker Crackdown – Law and Disorder on the Electronic Frontier. Literary Freeware: Not for Commercial Use.
black_dot http://www.tldp.org/index.html
The Linux Documentation Project – is working towards developing free, high quality documentation for the Linux operating system. The overall goal of the LDP is to collaborate in all of the issues of Linux documentation.
black_dot http://hagar.arts.kuleuven.ac.be/HTML_Guide/Normal/html_design.html
HTML Design Guide – HTML Design Guide Contents. Normal Version 2.1 (Last Update: 1 April 1996)
black_dot http://www.research.ibm.com/journal
IBM Technical Journals – IBM Systems Journal and IBM Journal of Research and Development.
black_dot http://www.intelligententerprise.com/dbpdsearch.shtml
Intelligent Enterprise Magazine – DBPD Archive Search.
black_dot http://www.faqs.org/faqs/FAQ-List.html
Internet FAQ Archives – This archive contains Usenet Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) postings in Hypertext format and in FTP archive textual format.
red_dot http://urbanlegends.miningco.com/library/blhoax.htm
Internet hoaxes, email rumors and urban legends – From About: Current Internet hoaxes, rumors and email urban legends – information on all the latest misinformation on the Net.
red_dot http://www.sandhills.cc.nc.us/resource.html
Internet Resources – Sandhills Community College – Best sites for Search Engines, News, Weather, Maps, Educational Research, Computer Hardware, Software, Windows, Linux, Web Development, Web Graphics – links documented, evaluated and up to date.
black_dot http://ipf.phildev.net
IP Filter FAQ – This FAQ contains a lot of useful information and if you use, or plan to use IPF, you should read it.
black_dot http://itmanagement.earthweb.com
IT Management – IT Management Trends, Datamation Magazine.
black_dot http://wp.netscape.com/eng/mozilla/3.0/handbook/javascript/index.html
Java Script Guide – Java script version 3 guide.
black_dot http://catb.org/esr/jargon
Jargon File Resources – This page indexes all the WWW resources associated with the Jargon File and its print version, The New Hacker’s Dictionary. It’s as official as anything associated with the Jargon File gets.
red_dot http://jeans.studentenweb.org/other/jeanmark.html
Jean’s Bookmarks – What can you find here?? JAVA bookmarks... Programming (General)... Search Engines! Assembly linx (stolen from Jannes Faber)... Internet & HTML...
black_dot http://www.till.ru/library
Kouznetsov’s text resources – (Russian resource) Collection of the links to libraries, and texts. Collection is classified.
black_dot http://www.linuxjournal.com
Linux Journal – The Monthly Magazine of the Linux Community.
red_dot http://www.linuxformat.co.uk
Linux Format – Linux Format isn’t just this website, but a regular magazine, published 13 times a year in the Uk and available in many countries around the world, including the U.S.A, Canada, most of Europe, South Africa and Australia. With a blend of news, product reviews, informative features and plenty of practical tutorials on everything from installing software to advanced security, Linux Format has everything you need to keep informed, up to date and educated about all things Linux.
black_dot http://www.win.tue.nl/~aeb/linux/man
Manpages – The manpages package contains a large collection of man pages for Linux covering programming APIs, file formats, protocols, etc.
black_dot http://www.cs.brown.edu/people/jak/proglang/cpp/stltut
Modest STL Tutorial – Jak Kirman – Programming – C++ – STL Tutorial.
black_dot http://www.ncstrl.org
NCSTRL, Networked Computer Science Technical Reports Library – (pronounced “ancestral”) is an international collection of computer science technical reports from CS departments and industrial and government research laboratories, made available for non-commercial and educational use. NCSTRL includes reports UC Berkeley Computer Science Division.
black_dot http://www.killfile.org/~tskirvin/faqs/legends.html
net.legends FAQ – Tim Skirvin is not the author of the net.legends FAQ; that would be David DeLaney, and Tim Skirvin also in no way affiliated with him. But for a while this FAQ was hard to find, and once Tim Skirvin put it on his machine it became the primary distribution method. So here it (still) is, enjoy it...
black_dot http://fly.cc.fer.hr/~unreal/theredbook
OpenGL Programming Guide – The OpenGL graphics system is a software interface to graphics hardware. (The GL stands for Graphics Library.) It allows you to create interactive programs that produce color images of moving three-dimensional objects. With OpenGL, you can control computer-graphics technology to produce realistic pictures or ones that depart from reality in imaginative ways. This guide explains how to program with the OpenGL graphics system to deliver the visual effect you want.
red_dot http://www.oreilly.com/catalog
O’Reilly & Associates book list – Alphabetical listing of all of O’Reilly English-language books and products below. Code examples are available for download.
black_dot http://www.columbia.edu/~fuat/cuarc/phonetic.html
Phonetic Alphabets.
red_dot http://www.pcguide.com
PC Guide – Welcome to one of the Internet’s premier sites for detailed PC reference information. My name is Charles, and my goal is to provide you with the answers to your computing questions. Please enjoy your stay, and come back again soon. This mini-guide – it’s too small to be considered a full Guide like the others – is intended for the newcomer to the world of computers. It describes computers in general terms, and is intended to give you an understanding of how they work and what they do at a high level. The sections below provide information about some of the basics, and will help you understand better some of the other descriptions on the site. I also provide an overview of the different parts of a PC and how they work. This mini guide also contains a section on PC fundamentals, many of which form the basis of understanding more complex PC components and technologies.
red_dot http://www.digilife.be/quickreferences/Home.html
The Quick Reference Site – Throughout the years I have collected a huge pile of documents that deal with almost every aspect of software development. The purpose of this site is to centralize this information and to make it available to everyone who may need it or shares my passion on this subject. There are still a lot of documents in my “archive” that I like to share with you all. At the moment this site represents only a fraction of what I want to provide, so a lot of work still needs to be done. As a result, you should consider this site as a work in progress. I’ll try to keep you updated on the most challenging, powerful and continuously evolving software technologies of the moment. I hope that especially Java and C++ fanatics (like myself) will find some valuable information over here.
red_dot http://www.ctyme.com/rbrown.htm
Ralf Brown Interrupt List – HTML version of the famous Ralf Brown Interrupt List with over 9000 linked pages and 350 indexes making the process of searching much easier. This list contains every documented and undocumented interrupt call known. Ralf Brown is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University ‘s Center for Machine Translation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is well-known in cyberspace for maintaining the Interrupt List. We all appreciate his continued support.
red_dot http://www.rfc-editor.org
RFC Editor – The Requests for Comments (RFC) document series is a set of technical and organizational notes about the Internet (originally the ARPANET), beginning in 1969. Memos in the RFC series discuss many aspects of computer networking, including protocols, procedures, programs, and concepts, as well as meeting notes, opinions, and sometimes humor. For more information on the history of the RFC series, see “30 years of RFCs”.
red_dot http://www.rheingold.com
rheingold’s brainstorm – Howard Rheingold’s books: Tools for Thought, The Virtual Community, and other Howard Rheingold writings about technology, the future, digital culture, virtual communities, social and cultural impacts of new media. Includes an application-only virtual community.
black_dot http://book.itep.ru/4/44/snm_4413.htm
Протокол управления SNMP – Семенов Ю.А. (ИТЭФ-МФТИ)
black_dot http://soldc.sun.com/articles
Solaris Developer Connection – Technical Articles. Following is a comprehensive list of documents of special interest to developers, including technical articles and white papers.
red_dot http://www.samag.com
Sys Admin Magazine – Sys Admin magazine delivers information for systems and network administrators in environments which include UNIX. Coverage of: integrating heterogeneous systems – UNIX, NT, NetWare; security; backup; crash recovery; system analysis and monitoring; and system automation. SA focuses on system-level processes, rather than the latest database or spreadsheet. Whether administration is your full-time job, or it is just one of the many hats you find yourself wearing, we can help.
red_dot http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs.cmu.edu/user/ralf/pub/WWW/ralf-home.html
Ralf Brown’s Home Page – Ralf Brown is a Systems Scientist (Research Faculty) at Carnegie Mellon University’s (Picture of Carnegie Mellon University), (Panoramic picture of Carnegie Mellon campus), Language Technologies Institute (formerly the Center for Machine Translation) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, (Picture of Pittsburgh at sunset), (Panoramic picture of Pittsburgh), working on the MUCHMORE, AVENUE (formerly called NICE), RADD (formerly called LingWear) and Topic Detection/Tracking projects (and formerly on Pangloss, DIPLOMAT/ TONGUES, and Generalized Example-Based Machine Translation). He is well-known in cyberspace for maintaining the Interrupt List and various other programs, and has co-authored a number of books.
black_dot http://citeseer.nj.nec.com/cs
Research Index (CS) – Scientific Literature Digital Library incorporating autonomous citation indexing, awareness and tracking, citation context, related document retrieval, similar document identification, citation graph analysis, and query-sensitive document summaries. Advantages in terms of availability, coverage, timeliness, and efficiency. Copyright 1997-2002 NEC Research Institute.
red_dot http://www.stickyminds.com
StickyMinds Home Page – StickyMinds is the information place for software test, management, and quality assurance professionals. Articles, papers, links, books, tools, forum. See also STQE Magazine – For The Developer, Tester, QA Analyst & Manager. STQE Magazine helps software managers, testers and QA staff develop and deliver better software.
red_dot http://www.w3.org/Provider/Style/Overview.html
Style Guide for Online Hypertext – This guide is designed to help you create a WWW hypertext database that effectively communicates your knowledge to the reader. It has been prepared in the light of comments by readers, and many demands by providers of online documentation. Some of the points made may be influenced by personal preference, and some may be common sense, but a collection of points has been demanded, and so here it is.
black_dot http://www.csee.umbc.edu/courses/undergraduate/CMSC211/spring03/burt/tech_help/webliography.html
CMSC 211, Webliography – UMBC CMSC 211, Assembly Language Programming. This page provides a list of web sources that may be used to help you better understand Assembly Language.
black_dot http://www.unixreview.com
UnixReview.com – News, reviews, features, and commentary for Unix and Linux professionals.
red_dot http://www.gnomehome.demon.nl/uddf/index.htm
Unofficial Delphi Developers FAQ – The Unofficial Delphi Developers FAQ is a collection of code snippets, ideas, tips and tricks as can be found in the several Delphi newsgroups and on the Delphi Mailing lists ‘Delphi-talk’ and ‘Delphi-L’.
black_dot http://www.usbman.com
USBMan – USB Help and Information. USBMan is a Not-for-Profit Web Site.
black_dot http://www.webdeveloper.com
WebDeveloper.com ® – Where Web Developers and Designers Learn How to Build Web Sites, Program in Java and JavaScript, and More!
red_dot http://webster.cs.ucr.edu
Webster – This contains Randall Hyde’s extensive guide to Intel x86 programming. Included is a course on 32-bit assembly language programming that uses Randy’s own HLA (High Level Assembler, not to be confused with the IBM mainframe assembler).
black_dot http://src.doc.ic.ac.uk/bySubject/Computing/Languages.html
The WWW Virtual Library Computing, Programming Languages – pointers to some on-line reference information about computer languages. Subsections are maintained by different individuals. Mail to wizards@doc.ic.ac.uk for additions to this list.
black_dot http://www.faqs.org/faqs/assembly-language/x86/general/part1/preamble.html
x86 Assembly Language FAQ – This is the x86 Assembly Language FAQ for the comp.lang.asm.x86 and alt.lang.asm newsgroups. This FAQ is posted monthly on or about the 21st of the month to both newsgroups and news.answers, alt.answers and comp.answers. It also is archived at the normal FAQ archival site, rtfm.mit.edu and to SimTel and its mirror sites in the msdos/info directory and Garbo and its mirrors in the pc/doc-net directory. When uploaded to SimTel or Garbo, the filenames are asmxxyyz.zip, where xx is the two digit year, yy is the number of the month and z is t for text or h for HTML format.

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