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    The C++ book by Strouspe (spelling), the guy who basically made/invented C++. I find it better as a refrence than a book to learn from, but that just may be because I have done programming, namely C++ before.


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    !I Feel So Good!


    i ll post more

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    c++ for dummies
    visual c++ in 20 steps

    Working with ms-dos 5.0 } got those with my first pc wich was a 286
    ms-dos pc-dos }

    cisco networking basics and routing basics

    2 cd filled with tutorials on lost of things.
    Since the beginning of time, Man has searched for the answers to the big questions: \'How did we get here?\' \'Is there life after death?\' \'Are we alone?\' But today, in this very theatre, you will be asked to answer the biggest question of them all...WHO LIVES IN A PINEAPPLE UNDER THE SEA?

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    Let's see...on my shelf I've got:

    Revolutionary guide to Assembly Language
    C Primer Plus
    PERL programmer's black book
    Mastering Java 1.1
    Javascript: The Definitive Guide
    Effective AWK programming
    Learning VBScript
    HTML 4 for dummies
    10 minute guide to HTML 4
    Presenting XML
    Dictionary of computer and internet terms
    Pocket Ref
    Pocket PCRef
    Applied cryptography
    Practical cryptography
    The Code Book
    In C0de
    Discrete Mathematics
    Hacking: The Art of Exploitation
    The Art of Deception

    There are some others I'll update this with when I get home and actually can see the books.
    Is there a sum of an inifinite geometric series? Well, that all depends on what you consider a negligible amount.

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    Computer Networks, Third Edition by Andrew S. Tanenbaum from 1996(May seem outdate but is not...by much at least ).
    A 750+ pages long book that will teach you the "basics"

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    3rd Rock from Sun
    Troubleshooting MicroSoft Technologies by Chris Wolf.
    covers Windows server 2003, W2K, WXP, Office, AD and so on.
    700 pages,lots of detail (DHCP, DNS, WINS, TCP/IP, you get the picture).

    IMHO the Dummies range are a little too fuzzy? although the PC for dummies is useful for the non-tech friends to borrow.

    Also have 'Unix made easy' ????????????? obviously a spelling mistake

    And a shelf full of Quantum Physics books by John Gribben, great writer, and a good subject to get a feel for if cryptography is your thing(unbreakable code; due to the basic law in the quantum world, that to observe, is to change).
    55 - I'm fiftyfeckinfive and STILL no wiser,
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    Beware of Geeks bearing GIF's
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    Hacking Exposed (any of the series)
    Incident Response: Ivestigating computer crime
    "safe book" Pratical UNIX and Internet security O'rielly
    Any of the Sam's Teach Yourself Series
    UNIX Network Programming volume I
    Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment
    Linux Socket Programming by Example
    "the Camel book" O'reilly perl book
    Computer Networks
    TCP/IP Illustrated volumes I & II

    "Snail book" O'rielly SSH

    Any books by Peltier, Thomas R.

    Some of these are considered to be the "bibles of the trade"

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    My $.02...

    Not quite a book, but a link with a bunch of free ones, and many for download. I think it's a good reference. They're broken down by topic. Enjoy.


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