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  • Lex & Yacc - This book shows programmers how to use two UNIX utilities, lex and yacc, in program development. lex and yacc are tools that help programmers build compilers and interpreters, but they also have a wider range of applications. pop ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • Unix in a Nutshell : System V v 2.0 - UNIX in a Nutshell is a complete reference containing all commands and options, along with generous descriptions and examples that put the commands in context. For all but the thorniest UNIX problems, this one reference should be all the documentation you need. pop ( Rating: 1.00 Votes: 1) Rate It
  • A DBA's Guide to Databases Under Linux - Walks you through the installation and configuration of several major databases on Linux and provides a working example of an e-commerce Web site. Major commercial databases such as Oracle, Informix, Sybase, DB2 and Progress are covered in depth as well as the widely used freeware databases, MySQL and PostgreSQL ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • Advanced Oracle Tuning and Administration (Oracle Series) - This book picks up where Oracle DBA Handbook and Tuning Oracle conclude. It provides database administrators with the advanced tools necessary to manage and tune their databases, regardless of the rate of growth in the environment. Given the success of the first books, there is a viable market for a guide that takes database administrators up to the next step. ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • Applying Rcs and Sccs : From Source Control to Project Control - Applying RCS and SCCS tells you how to manage a complex software development project using RCS and SCCS. The book tells you much more than how to use each command; it's organized in terms of increasingly complex management problems, from simple source management, to managing multiple releases, to coordinating teams of developers on a project involving many files and more than one target platform. ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • Managing Projects With Make - This book describes all the basic features of make and provides guidelines on meeting the needs of large, modern projects. Make is one of UNIX's greatest contributions to software development, and this book offers the clearest description of make ever written. ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • MySQL and mSQL (Nutshell Series) - This book is all you need to make use of MySQL or mSQL, two popular, easy-to-use databases for UNIX systems that support key subsets of SQL. This book takes readers through the whole process of writing a program to interact with a database, from installation and configuration to programming interfaces and basic administration. ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • Oracle Design (Nutshell Handbook) - This book focuses exclusively on Oracle database design. It covers the most up-to-date Oracle issues and technologies, including massively parallel processors, very large databases, data warehouses, client-server, and distributed database. The design advice is detailed and thorough. The book delves deeply into design issues and gives advice that will have a major impact on your database and system performance. ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • Oracle Design (Nutshell Handbook) - This book focuses exclusively on Oracle database design. It covers the most up-to-date Oracle issues and technologies, including massively parallel processors, very large databases, data warehouses, client-server, and distributed database. The design advice is detailed and thorough. The book delves deeply into design issues and gives advice that will have a major impact on your database and system performance. ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • Porting Unix Software : From Download to Debug - Offers help to programmers using software from different software developers and dealing with several "flavors" of UNIX. Details the life cycle of porting from setting up a source tree on a system to correcting platform difference and testing the executable. Discusses the differences between versions of UNIX, addresses common porting problems, and includes suggestions for emulating features not available on the varying platforms. ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It

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