[TriLUG] Free books
jeff at schornick.org
Sun Jul 17 20:03:28 EDT 2011
I've moved to downtown Raleigh, losing a bit of storage space in the
process. As a result, it's time to cull the bookshelves.
Some of the following may be of interest to TriLUG and friends...
1. Programming Perl (2nd Ed.)
- by L. Wall, T. Christiansen, R. Schwartz
- O'Reilly, 1996
- AKA "The Camel Book"
2. Sendmail (2nd Ed.)
- by B. Costales with Eric Allman
- O'Reilly, 1997
- AKA "The Bat Book"
3. UNIX System Administration Handbook (3rd Ed.)
- by E. Nemeth, G. Snyder, S. Seebass, T. Hein
- Prentice Hall, 2001
- "Now covers Red Hat Linux!" =)
4. Hacking Exposed
- by S. McClure, J. Scamray, G. Kurtz
- Osbourne, 1999
- "Network security is Y2K without the dealine."
5. The Object Concept
- "An introduction to computer programming using C++"
- by R. Decker and S. Hirshfield
- ITP, 1995
- 3.5" IBM compatible disk NOT included
6. Z: An Introduction to Formal Methods (2nd Ed.)
- by Antoni Diller
- Wiley, 1999
- Contains no references to zombies. =(
7. Pragmatic Unit Testing In Java with JUnit
- by Andrew Hunt and David Thomas(*)
- Pragmatic Programmers, 2004
- (*) apparently not the Wendy's guy
Also going to the used book store:
- The Death Gate Cycle (1,2,3,6), hardcover fantasy
- Blood Music, by Greg Bear, book club edition
- The Hobbit, paperback
- Rendezvous with Rama, Arthur C. Clark, paperback
- The Book of Dragons, kids short stories
- Warped Passages, Lisa Randall, theoretical physics
If any of these would find a better home with you than at at the Store
of Unloved Books, drop me a quick email. I can bring them to the next
TriLUG meeting or let you pick them up where I live near the corner of
Wade and Glenwood.
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