Library list

These are reference books and are not to be removed from the reading area unless the current replacement cost is left as security.

Ubuntu Linux desktop by Ric Shreves (Visual bleprint press)

LPI Linux certification by Haeder,Schneiter,Pessanha and Stanger. (O’Reilly press)

Beginning Rails, From novice to professional–Hardy, Carneiro
This is a beginners guide to programming web apps with Ruby on Rails.
Simple C++ — Cogswell
C Clearly an introduction to C programming — PK McBride
Learning to program in C — N Kantaris
C Simply an introduction to C programming — Mike Parr
Advanced C tips and tricks — Anderson&Anderson
C for programmers — Leendert Ammeraal
Mastering C programming — Chapman
C# Developers headstart–Michaelis and Spokas
C++ Nuts&Bolts for experienced programmers –Herbert Schildt
Getting started with Borland C++ 4.5 Borland
Borland C++ 3.0 User guide, Programmers guide,Library reference,Tools and utilities guide.

Code complete — Steve McConnell

Teach yourself Python in 24 hours — Ivan van Laningham

Assembly language book for the IBM PC — Peter Norton John Socha
New inside the PC — Peter Norton
Assembly language for the PC — Peter Norton John Socha
Advanced assembly language — Steven Holzner Peter Norton
Assembler for the IBM PC and PC-XT
Advanced assembly language — Allen L Wyatt
Programming the 8086/8088 — James W Coffron

Crafting a compiler — Chales N Fischer Richard J LeBlanc

Advanced windows (3.1) programming — Martin Heller

Windows 95 connectivity — Rob Cima
Microsoft Access for windows 95 — Simpson Olson
Windows 95 instant reference Carol&Martin Mathews
Windows for workgroups — Microsoft guide
Concise guide to Batch Files — Kris Jamsa

Microsoft Works — Microsoft
GW Basic (MS-DOS) — Microsoft
Windows98 for dummies –Andy Rathbone
Using windows98 — Bott&Person

Build an eBay Business — John Cronan Carole Mathews
PHP fast and easy — Julie c Meloni
PHP advanced — Larry Ullman
Teach yourself PHP4 in 24 hours — Matt Zandstra

Teach yourself web publishing with HTML4 in a week — Laura Lemay
MySQL — Paul DuBois

Successfull ICT projects in Access PM Heathcote
Macromedia dreamweaver MX — J Tarin Towers
WAP in easy steps — Mike McGrath

Linux bible — Candance Leiden Terry collings
Red hat Linux unleashed –Kamran Husain Timothy Parker
Linux pocket guide — Daniel J Barrett
Hacking exposed — McClure Scambray Kurtz
Security complete — Sybex
Red hat linux pocket administrator — Richard Peterson Ibrahim Haddad
A complete hackers handbook — Carlton books
Unix for application developers — Parrette

Teach yourself Perl 5 in21 days (2nd ed) — David Till

Managing memory with MS-DOS — Dan Gookin
IBM Technical reference personal computer AT
Upgrading and repairing PCs (2nd ed)–Scott Mueller
Upgrading and repairing PCs (12nd ed)–Scott Mueller
PC users pocket book — Jim Reid

Designing web usability — Jakob Nielson
Teach yourself Ajax in 10 minutes –Phil Ballard
XML for the world wide web — Elizabeth Castro
Javascript for the world wide web — Tom Negrino Dori Smith
XML pocket reference — Robert Eckstein
Step by step XML — Michael j Young
Teach yourself CSS in 24 hours — Kynn Bartlett
Beginning XML — David Hunter
Teach yourself Delphi in21 days — Wozniewicz, Shammas

Java 1.1 unleashed (3rd ed) — Michael Morrison et al
The Java handbook — Patrick Naughton
Using Visual J++ –Scott Mulloy
Just java –Peter van der Linden
Mastering Java — Buchanan

Servicing and supporting IBM PCs and compatibles — JV Moss

The hard disk pocket book — Mike Allen and Tim Kay

Success in electronics — Tom Duncan
Understanding digital troubleshooting — Radio shack learning centre
Computer digital design — Cambridge learning
Teach yourself electronics — WP Jolly
The I2C Bus — Elektor electronics
MCS 51 Microcontroller family user’s Manual
Microprocessor interfacing — Vears
High level programmers guide to the 68000 — Francis g McCabe

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