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Learn C on the Mac

What you’ll learn
Master C programming, the gateway to programming your Mac or iPhone
Write applications for the Mac OS X interface, the cleanest user interface around
Understand variables and how to design your own data structures
Work with the file system
Connect to data sources and the Internet

 Author Name: Dave Mark

Publisher: Apress

Beginning C++ Through Game Programming

BEGINNING C++ THROUGH GAME PROGRAMMING, THIRD EDITION approaches learning C++ from the unique and fun perspective of games. Written for the beginning game developer or programmer, the book assumes no previous programming experience and each new skill and concept is taught using simple language and step-by-step instructions. Readers will complete small projects in each chapter to reinforce what they’ve learned and a final project at the end combines all of the major topics covered in the book. Featuring twenty five percent new material, this third edition covers all the latest technology and advances.

 Author Name: Michael Dawson

Publisher: Cengage Learning PTR

C# 5.0 in a Nutshell The Definitive Reference

Shaped by more than 20 expert reviewers, including Microsoft’s Eric Lippert, Stephen Toub, Chris Burrows, and Jon Skeet, this book has all you need to stay on track with C# 5.0. It’s widely known as the definitive reference on the language.

Get up to speed on C# language basics, including syntax, types, and variables
Explore advanced topics such as unsafe code and type variance
Dig deep into LINQ via three chapters dedicated to the topic
Learn about code contracts, dynamic programming, and parallel programming
Work with .NET features, including reflection, assemblies, memory management, security, I/O, XML, collections, networking, and native interoperability

 Author Name: Joseph Albahari (Author), Ben Albahari (Author)

Publisher: O’Reilly Media

Object-Oriented Programming With ANSI-C

Object-oriented programming is the current cure-all — although it has been around for much more then ten years. At the core, there is little more to it then finally applying the good programming principles which we have been taught for more then twenty years. C++ (Eiffel, Oberon-2, Smalltalk … take your pick) is the New Language because it is object-oriented — although you need not use it that way if you do not want to (or know how to), and it turns out that you can do just as well with plain ANSI-C. Only object-orientation permits code reuse between projects — although the idea of subroutines is as old as computers and good programmers always carried their toolkits and libraries with them.

  Author Name: Axel-Tobias Schreiner

Publisher: Axel-Tobias Schreiner (October, 1993)

C in a nutshell

Learning a language–any language–involves a process wherein you learn to rely less and less on instruction and more increasingly on the aspects of the language you’ve mastered. Whether you’re learning French, Java, or C, at some point you’ll set aside the tutorial and attempt to converse on your own. It’s not necessary to know every subtle facet of French in order to speak it well, especially if there’s a good dictionary available. Likewise, C programmers don’t need to memorize every detail of C in order to write good programs. What they need instead is a reliable, comprehensive reference that they can keep nearby. C in a Nutshell is that reference.
This long-awaited book is a complete reference to the C programming language and C runtime library. Its purpose is to serve as a convenient, reliable companion in your day-to-day work as a C programmer. C in a Nutshell covers virtually everything you need to program in C, describing all the elements of the language and illustrating their use with numerous examples.

Author Name: Peter Prinz, Tony Crawford

C++ for dummies

Streamline OOP and maximize built-in functionality
Over 70 techniques that help you save time by…
• Changing things on the fly
• Handling multiple operating systems
• Defining default arguments for functions
• Creating overload operators
• Working with vector algorithms
• Implementing virtual files
• Reducing the complexity of code


Author Name: Matthew telles

Programming in Objective C 2.0 (2nd Edition)

“This book spends half the time talking about the Objective-C language itself and half the time talking about Apple’s Foundation and Cocoa frameworks. The chapters are well organized and concepts are well explained, so you end up with a solid foundation in the language. It’s an easy read even with very little programming experience. The book doesn’t cover Cocoa or the other higher level frameworks, but you’ll be completely ready to pick it up by the time you’re done with this book.”

Author Name: Stephen G. kochan

Publisher: Developer’s library

Inside the C++ object model

Inside the C++ Object Model focuses on the underlying mechanisms that support object-oriented programming within C++: constructor semantics, temporary generation, support for encapsulation, inheritance, and “the virtuals”–virtual functions and virtual inheritance. This book shows how your understanding the underlying implementation models can help you code more efficiently and with greater confidence.

Author Name: Stanley B. Lippman

Publisher: Addison Wesley Professional

How Not to Program in C++

Find the bugs in these broken programs and become a better programmer. Based on real-world errors, the puzzles range from easy (one wrong character) to mind twisting (errors with multiple threads). Match your wits against the author’s and polish your language skills as you try to fix broken programs. Clues help along the way, and answers are provided at the back of the book.


Author Name: Steve Oualline

Publisher: O’Reilly

New Technologies

NTMS’2007 aims at fostering advances in the areas of New Technologies, Wireless Networks, Mobile Computing, Ad hoc and Ambient Networks, QoS, Network Security and E-commerce, to mention a few, and provides a dynamic forum for researchers, students and professionals to present their state-of-the-art research and development in these interesting areas. The event was combined with tutorial sessions and workshops. Tutorials preceded the main program, aiming at the dissemination of mature knowledge and technology advances in the field. One Workshop immediately followed the main conference, offering the opportunity for a more focused exchange of ideas and presentation of on-going research relevant to selected topics.


Author Name: Houda Labiod

Publisher: Springer

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