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Coding: The Handbook for Information Technology

Coding contains a summary of 20 of today’s most used technologies, thoughtfully organized into one reference handbook. Everyone in the IT community can find value in this book.

It is designed to go with you everywhere you go so that no matter what technology you are dealing with, you’ll find answers to those questions that inevitably pop up. And you’ll find them fast.

The book is divided into 4 sections. The first section covers programming languages including Java, C++, C#, VB.NET, COBOL, and PERL. The second section covers higher level application languages, including HTML, XML, JSP, ASP.NET, PHP, VBScript, and JavaScript…

Submitted:Dec 4, 2005
Author:Knute Axelson; Mary Bellino; Dave Harper; Dave Iffland; Dan Ignat; Greg Kick; Paul Landes; Paul Millar; Sonny Mounicou; Greg Munger; Travis Pettijohn; Mike Shelton; Murli Subramany; Mike VanDeWoestyne; Srinivasa Yeramati
Brand:Blue Line Press
Total comments:2
Category:Languages & Tools
20 diggs • 2 comments • Dec 4, 2005

Learn 20 technologies in one book.

Cliffs Notes for IT pros who need to get up to speed on different programming languages and technologies quickly (C++, VB.NET, C#, PHP, COBOL, Oracle, DB2, etc.).