Advanced Linux Programming

Advanced Linux Programming

Shows how to write more sophisticated programs with features such as multi-processing, multi-threading, interprocess communication, and interaction with hardware devices for the GNU/Linux system.

Tag(s): GNU/Linux

Publication date: 01 Jun 2001

ISBN-10: 0735710430

ISBN-13: n/a

Paperback: 368 pages

Views: 38,183

Type: N/A

Publisher: New Riders Publishing

License: Open Publication License

Post time: 25 Oct 2004 04:44:28

Advanced Linux Programming

Advanced Linux Programming Shows how to write more sophisticated programs with features such as multi-processing, multi-threading, interprocess communication, and interaction with hardware devices for the GNU/Linux system.
Tag(s): GNU/Linux
Publication date: 01 Jun 2001
ISBN-10: 0735710430
ISBN-13: n/a
Paperback: 368 pages
Views: 38,183
Document Type: N/A
Publisher: New Riders Publishing
License: Open Publication License
Post time: 25 Oct 2004 04:44:28
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Book excerpts:

Advanced Linux Programming is intended for the programmer already famililar with the C programming langauge. Authors Alex Samuel, Jeffrey Oldham, and Mark Mitchell of CodeSourcery, LLC take a tutorial approach and teach the most important concepts and techniques for using the advanced and powerful features of the GNU/Linux system in application programs.

If you're a developer already experienced with programming for the GNU/Linux system, are experienced with another UNIX-like software, or want to make the transition from a non-UNIX environment and are already familiar with the general priniciples of writing good software, this book is for you. In addition, you will find this book is equally applicable to C and C++ programming. Even those programming in other languages will find this book useful since the C language APIs and conventions are the lingua franca GNU/linux.

Reviews:

Amazon.com

:) "Bottom line: this is a good introduction to the subject of threads and Linux technicals, but will leave you needing more."
 




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