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It's all out there just waiting for you to put it to good use—from utilities, code, software, and object and class libraries to technical reports, question-and-answer forums, mailing lists, and software support groups. The problem is tracking it down. Even with the best search tools, you might never find that indispensable code you need to complete a project.
This book covers programmer-oriented bulletin boards, the Internet, CompuServe, America Online, Delphi, BIX, GEnie, eWorld, and Microsoft Network, and describes what you can find on each one, how much they charge, and how to join.
Organized by specific programming topics, it steers you to all the best sites for:
The Programmer's Guide to Online Resources is a valuable professional resource no programmer should be without.
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This detailed, invaluable resource contains a wealth of technical information, utilities code, software, question-and-answer forums and mailing lists for a variety of online programming topics. The first section describes all online services and summarizes what readers can find on each one, how much they charge and how to join. Covers the Internet, CompuServe, America Online, Delphi, BIX, GEnine, eWorld and Microsoft Network. The remainder of the book is organized by specific programming subjects such as 2D graphics, communications, etc.About the Author:
BOB KOCHEM is an engineering manager for Ungermann-Bass Networks, a manufacturer of computer networking equipment. He has also worked for Motorola and Digital Equipment Corporation, and he holds two patents for networking/communications technology.
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Book Description Wiley, 1995. Paperback. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX047112852X